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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *ogʷh-
Meaning: snake, lizard
Tokharian: B auk 'snake, serpent' (Adams 129-130)
Old Indian: áhi- m. `snake'
Avestan: aži- 'snake'
Armenian: ōʒ, auʒ, gen. -i (< *ogʷhj-o-s) `Schlange'
Old Greek: óphi-s, -ios/-eōs m. `Schlange'
Germanic: *ag(w)i-ɵaxs-iō(n-) f. (*ɵaxsu-z `badger')
Russ. meaning: жаба (змея/ящерица)
References: WP I 63 f
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *ag(w)i-ɵaxsiō(n) (*ɵaxsu-z `badger')
Meaning: lizard
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: āɵexe, -an f. `lizard, newt'
Old Saxon: egithassa, ewidehsa
Middle Dutch: eghedisse, haghetisse
Dutch: hagedis f.
Middle Low German: gedisse, 65 egidesse
Old High German: egidehsa, ewidehsa (8.Jh.),
Middle High German: egedëhse, eidëhse st./wk. f. 'eidechse'
German: Eidechse
Comments: *ɵaxsu-z: Norw svin-toks `Dachs'
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