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Proto-IE: *ag'h-
Meaning: cow, ox
Old Indian: ahī́ f. `cow'
Avestan: azī f. adj. 'trächtig (von Kühen, Stuten)'
Armenian: ezn `Rind'
Celtic: Ir ag n. `Kuh', ag allaid `Hirsch' (< 'wild Ochs')
Russ. meaning: скот (корова)
References: WP I 38
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 13
Root: aĝh-
English meaning: plough animal
German meaning: `trächtiges Tier'
Material: Ai. ahī `Kuh', av. azī f. Adj. `trächtig' (von Kühen und Stuten), mir. ag (s-St.) m., f. `Rind, Kuh', ag allaid `Hirsch' (eigentlich `wilder Ochse'), ál `Brut, Wurf' (*aglo-), cymr. ael ds., mcymr. aelaw `Reichtum', eilion (*agliones) `Damwild, Pferde'; hierher mit e-Vokalismus arm. ezn `Rind'?
References: WP. I 38, Loth RC. 38, 55.
Pages: 7
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