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Proto-Germanic: *ting-a- vb., *tang-ia- vb.
Meaning: hurry, etc.
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Old English: getingan 'andrängen', tengan 'eilen, andrängen', getenge 'hart drückend, nahe an' }
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *(a)denǝgh-
Meaning: to reach, to seize, to have time
Tokharian: B tsänk- 'rise, raise oneself up' (Adams 733)
Old Indian: daghnoti `to reach; to strike', dághyati `to go'; daghná- (with preverbs) `reaching up to'
Old Greek: odáks `mit den Zähnen, zusammenbeissend'; odáksō `beissen, nagen', adaksáō ~ -éō = odáksō; adakhéō `kratzen, jucken', adakhā̂i̯ = knā̂i̯, knḗthei̯ kephalḗn, psēlaphā̂i̯ Hsch.
Slavic: *dę̄glъ, *dę̄gnǭtī
Baltic: *den̂g- (2) vb.
Germanic: *ting-a- vb., *tang-ia- vb.
Celtic: *deng=, *dang= > Ir dingim 'unterdrücke'; daingen `fest, hart'; Cymr dengyn `roh'
Russ. meaning: достигать, хвататься, успевать
References: WP I 791 f
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: дя́гнуть
Near etymology: "поправляться, улучшаться, хорошеть", арханг. (Подв.)
Further etymology: Ср. лтш. dęñkts "сильный, крепкий, статный", deñcis "мальчик 13 -- 14 лет" (куронизм); см. М. -- Э. 1, 455; Френкель, IF 52, 147, а также дя́га, дя́глый.
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *den̂g- (2) vb.
Meaning: run
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: déngti dial. 'laufen, rennen'
Lettish: diêgt (-dzu) 'schnell, mit grossen Schritten gehen, laufen geradeswegs laufen'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 397
Root: dhengh-2
English meaning: to get, gripe
German meaning: `erreichen, fest zugreifen, fest, kräftig, schnell'
Material: Ai. daghnṓti (Aor. dhak, daghyāḥ usw.) `reicht bis an, erreicht', -daghná- `bis an etwas reichend' (*dhn̥gh-);

    gr. ταχύς `schnell', Kompar. θάσσων (*dhn̥gh-);

    air. daingen `fest, stark' = cymr. dengyn ds. (*dangino- oder *dengino-);

    slav. dęgъ: dǫgъ `Stärke, Kraft, Gelingen' in russ.-ksl. djagъ `Zugriemen', russ. djága `Ledergurt', djáglyj `kräftig, gesund', djágnutь `wachsen, stark werden'; ablaut. abulg. ne-dǫgъ `Krankheit' (aber russ. dúžij `stark, kräftig' gehört vielmehr zu dheugh-, unten S. 271); der Bedeutung nach hat wohl eine Vermischung mit slav. tęg- `ziehen, spannen' stattgefunden (Brückner KZ. 42, 342 f).

References: WP. I 791 f., Berneker 190, 217 f.
Pages: 250
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