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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *bVCV
Meaning: bundle
Indo-European: *bhask(')-
Uralic: *pükse
Kartvelian: *bac̣-
References: Dolg. 1969, 306; ND 193 *bUḲć̣E (cf. *PVCV).
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *bhask(')-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: bundle
Old Greek: phásko-s m. `die von den Eichenbäumen herabhängenden Mooszotten'
Latin: fascis, -is m. `Bund, Bündel, Paket', pl. `Rutenbündel als Amtszeichen der Magistrate'; fascia f. `Binde, Band, Bandage; Lanstreifen'
Celtic: MIr basc `Halsband'; Cymr baich `Bürde, Last', OBret bascauda `eherner Spülkessel' (> engl. basket), MBret bech, NBret beac'h `id.'
Russ. meaning: пучок
References: WP II 135 f
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 194
Root: bhasko-
English meaning: bundle, heap
German meaning: etwa `Bund, Bündel'
Material: Maked. βάσκιοι δεσμοὶ φρυγάνων und βασκευταί φασκίδες (dies die echt gr. Lautform), ἀγκάλαι Hes.; vielleicht hierher gr. φάσκωλος `Ledersack';

    lat. fascia `Binde, Band, Landstreifen', fascis `Bund, Bündel, Paket; das Rutenbündel mit hervorragendem Beil als Zeichen der Herrschergewalt';

    mir. basc `Halsband', abrit. bascauda `eherner Spülkessel' (vielleicht ursprüngl. ein irdenes über einem geflochtenen korbartigen Gerippe geformtes und gebranntes Gefäß), cymr. baich `Bürde, Last', mbret. bech, nbret. beac'h ds.; gallo-rom. *ambi-bascia `Last', alyonn. ambaissi `mesure pour les fagots' (Jud Rom. 47, 481 ff.).

References: WP. II 135 f., WH. I 97, 459 f.
Pages: 111
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 776
Proto: *piksV
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: rope, string
German meaning: Seil, Strick
Mordovian: piks (E M) 'Seil'
Khanty (Ostyak): püɣǝl (V), piɣǝt (DN), pĭɣǝt (Ni) 'Tragband, Schnur', pĭwǝttǝ- (Kaz.) 'die Tragbänder über der Brust zusammenheften'
Hungarian: fiu (altung.) 'funiculus; Seil (?)' ?
Janhunen's version: (99) *piksi
Sammalahti's version: *piksi
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Kartvelian etymology :

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Proto-Kartvelian: *bac̣-
Nostratic: Nostratic
Russian meaning: веревка
English meaning: rope
Georgian: bac̣ari; bac̣ḳi 'dünner Faden'
Notes and references: Долгопольский (1969, 306) сравнивает с ПИЕ *bhasko- 'связка', урал. *pükse 'то, чем связывают', монг. *büči id., драв. *počč- 'увязывать' < ностр. *b[o]ḳsV.
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