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Number: 450
Root: egnis : ognis
English meaning: fire
German meaning: `Feuer'
Grammatical comments: m.
Material: Ai. agní-ḥ m. `Feuer' (= hitt. Agnis, Hrozný ZA. 38, 185, nach Laroche, Recherches sur les noms des dieux hittites 119, von den Churritern übernommen);

    lat. ignis, -is m. `Feuer, Flamme, Licht, Glut' (*egnis);

    lit. ugnìs f. (alit. auch m., Specht KZ. 59, 2782), lett. uguns m. f. ds.; das u stammt von aschwed. ughn `Ofen';

    aksl. ognь m. `Feuer' (*ognis; i-St., sekundär i̯o-St.), čech. oheň (ohně), russ. ogónь (ognjá); über čech. výheň f. `Rauchloch, Esse', skr. vȉganj m. `Schmiede', mit ganz unklarem Anlaut, s. Meillet Slave comm.2 85, zuletzt J. Holub Stručný slovnik etym. jazyka českoslov. 341.

References: WP. I 323, WH. I 676, Trautmann 334 f.
Pages: 293
PIE database: PIE database
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *Ang-Vl-; *ong-n-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: fire; embers, charcoal
Old Indian: agní- m. `fire'; áŋgāra- m. `charcoal'
Other Iranian: NPers angišt 'Kohle'
Slavic: *ognь, *vɨ̄gnjь; *ǭ́glь
Baltic: *uñg-n-i-, *ung-un-[a]- c. || *añgl-i- c. (#382)
Latin: ignis (inschr. 1x ingnis), -is m. `Feuer, Flamme, Glut, Licht'
Russ. meaning: огонь
References: WP I 323, II 181 + REFERNUM 1425
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: ого́нь,
Near etymology: род. п. огня́, укр. ого́нь, род. п. огню́, др.-русск. огнь, ст.-слав. огнь πῦρ (Зогр., Супр.; см. Ван-Вейк, ZfslPh 9, 99; Дильс, Aksl. Gr. 129, 161 и сл.), болг. о́гън, сербохорв. о̀гањ, о̀гња, словен. ògǝnj, чеш. оhеň, род. п. ohně, слвц. оhеň, польск. ogień, в.-луж. woheń, н.-луж. hogeń.
Further etymology: Происходит из *ognis, родственного лит. ugnìs, род. п. ugniẽs, вост.-лит. ùgnis, лтш. uguns (u- -- результат редукции о-, судя по лит. agnùs "огненный"), др.-инд. agníṣ м. "огонь", хетт. agniš, лат. ignis из *egnis; см. Траутман, ВSW 334 и сл.; Фортунатов, KZ 36, 35; Шпехт 19; Френкель, ВSрr. 35, 40; М.--Э. 4, 295; один случай -- др.-лит. ungnis -- описка вместо ugnis; см. Траутман, там же; Буга у Преобр. I, 638. Праформа *ṇgnis, которая еще и сейчас пользуется популярностью, невероятна ни со слав., ни с италийск. точки зрения (см. Вальде--Гофм. 1, 676). Она представлена у Соссюра (МSL 7, 93), Мейе (МSL 8, 236, 315), Педерсена (KZ 38, 395), Сольмсена (Unters. gr. Lautl. 218), Младенова (94), Гуйера (LF 66, 459), которые сближают ого́нь с др.-инд. áŋgāras "уголь", русск. у́голь (см.). Невероятно сравнение *ognь с лит. ùnkstu, ùnkti "стонать, скулить", лат. uncō, -ārе -- о крике медведя, слав. *jęčati (см. яча́ть), вопреки Лер-Сплавинскому (Мélanges Belić 415 и сл.). Смелые сравнения с лат. egula "вид серы" и под. имеются у Лёвенталя (WuS 11, 54). Недостоверно родство с сербохорв. ви̏гањ "кузница", чеш. výheň "кузнечный горн" (см. Траутман, там же); см. против Эндзелин, Lett. Gr. VII; Ильинский, РФВ 74, 133.
Pages: 3,118-119
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *uñg-n-i-, *ung-un-[a]- c.
Meaning: fire
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: ungni-s (Bretkun)
Lithuanian: ugnì-s `Feuer, Brand', ostlit. ùgni-s, ùgnē `id.'
Lettish: uguns (gen. -ns/-n̨a) m./f. `Feuer'
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *HenkV
Meaning: fire, burn
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *eng-
Uralic: *äŋV
Dravidian: *oṇ- 'dry' ?
Eskimo-Aleut: *ǝknǝ-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *jъn
References: ОСНЯ 1, 245-246, МССНЯ 352; ND 814 *HäŋkU 'fire'.
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 45
Proto: *äŋV-
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: fire; to burn
German meaning: Feuer; brennen
Mari (Cheremis): ǝŋɣä- 'schwelen, anbrennen, angesengt werden, verkohlen' (KB), eŋa- id., eŋ 'Feuer' (UB)
Komi (Zyrian): i̮ń 'Flamme', i̮ńal- 'flammen, entbrennen', i̮ńed- 'entzünden'
Khanty (Ostyak): jäŋlǝl- 'am Feuer rösten' (Vj.), jaŋǝл- (Kaz.)
Hungarian: ég- 'brennen'
References: FUV; MSzFgrE; TESz; EtSz; Bár.SzófSz; Budenz MUSz; Rez. von Bereczki über Mr.
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *oṇ- (?)
Meaning : dry
Proto-South Dravidian: *Uṇ-aŋ-
Notes : A good SDR root, but not met outside SDR.
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *Uṇ-aŋ-
Meaning : dry
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : uṇaŋku (uṇaŋki-)
Tamil meaning : to dry (intr., as grain, vegetables, fish), become gaunt, shrink, shrivel, pine away
Tamil derivates : uṇaŋkal dried grain, dried food material, withered flower; uṇakku (uṇakki-) to cause to dry, dry in the sun; uṇakku, uṇakkam withering, drooping, dejection; uṇattu (uṇatti-) to cause to dry, emaciate; nuṇaŋku (nuṇaŋki-) to droop, fade, wither; (Koll.) onar- to be dried; onatt- to dry up (tr.)
Malayalam : uṇaŋŋuka
Malayalam meaning : to dry, fade, heal (as a wound)
Malayalam derivates : uṇaŋŋikka to heal; uṇakkuka to put to dry, air, dry; uṇakkam, uṇakku dryness
Kannada : oṇagu
Kannada meaning : to dry, become dry, sapless, wither, emaciate; n. state of being dry
Kannada derivates : oṇagisu to cause to dry; oṇa, oṇaku, oṇagilu becoming dry, state of being dry, withered, sapless, empty; oṇaka emaciated man
Kodagu : oṇaŋg- (oṇaŋgi-)
Kodagu meaning : to become dry, wither, heal
Kodagu derivates : oṇak- (oṇaki-) to dry (tr.)
Tulu : oṇakaṭṭụ, oṇakaṭṭe
Tulu meaning : dried, faded, emaciated
Tulu derivates : oṇụŋgelụ, uṇụŋgelụ dry, withered, thin; oṇakelụ dryness; (B-K.) uṇụŋgu, nuŋgu to dry
Proto-Nilgiri : *oṇ-ǝg-
Number in DED : 0601
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Nilgiri etymology :

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Proto-Nilgiri : *oṇ-ǝg-
Meaning : dry
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : oṇg- (oṇgy-) "to become dry in heat, wither"
Toda : wɨṇx- (wɨṇxy-) "to wither, dry (intr.)"
Additional forms : Also Kota oṇk- (oṇky-) to dry (tr.) in heat or sun; Toda wɨṇg- (wɨṇgy-) to become scorched (by sun); wɨṇk- (wɨṇky-) to wither, dry (tr.), roast (meat); wɨṇg ɨḍ- to put to dry
Number in DED : 601
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Eskimo etymology :

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Proto-Eskimo: *ǝknǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: fire
Russian meaning: огонь
Proto-Yupik: *ǝknǝ-ʁ (~ *kǝnǝ-ʁ), *ǝknǝ-ŋǝ-, *ǝkn-a-
Proto-Inupik: *iknǝ-ʁ, *ikn-a-
Comments: The stem looks like a derivative (deverbal noun) from *ǝkǝ(-) 'to burn', but a regular nominal affix must have had preserved a regular uvular consonant in the auslaut position. As is evidenced by Naukan and Inupik data, the uvular, on the contrary, is actually "dropped". We can therefore suggest a secondary reinterpretation of the root as a former derivative with the suffix -nǝʁ.
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 101
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Yupik etymology :

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Proto-Yupik: *ǝknǝ-ʁ (~ *kǝnǝ-ʁ), *ǝknǝ-ŋǝ-, *ǝkn-a-
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: fire 1, to build a fire under 2, to build a fire, to start to burn 3, to cook 4
Russian Meaning: огонь 1, разводить огонь, готовить 2, разжигать, зажигать 3, готовить 4
Sirenik: //ǝkn_ǝχ [Krup.] 1
Chaplino: kǝnǝ́q (ʁǝt) 1, kɨnak* 1, kǝnʁǝ́k (t) du. 'bonfire',
Naukan: ǝ́knǝq 1, ǝknáq 'stove', ǝknín 'fire-match'
Alutiiq Alaskan Yupik: kǝnǝq 1, kǝniʁ- 2
Chugach (AAY): kǝnǝŋǝ- 'to fire (shell)', kǝniʁ- 2, PWS 4
Koniag (AAY): kǝniʁ- 4, kǝnǝŋǝ- 3
Chugach (Birket-Smith): kǝ̆nịq, ʔniq 1, ʔnī̮ɫǝq 'fire place'
Central Alaskan Yupik: kǝnǝq (ʁ) 1, 'conflagration', kǝnŋǝ- 3
CAY Dialects: K, BB kǝniʁ- 4
Egegik (Peripheral): Y kǝniʁ- 2
Chevak (Peripheral): kǝniʁ- (+NI) 2
Nunivak (Peripheral): kinạx* 1
Norton Sound (Peripheral): kǝn_ǝq (ʁ) 1, kǝniʁ- 2
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 101
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Inupik etymology :

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Proto-Inupik: *ị̊knǝ̣-ʁ, *ikn-a-
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: fire 1, to strike fire 2, flintstone 3
Russian meaning: огонь 1, высекать огонь 2, кремень 3
Seward Peninsula Inupik: ikniq 1
SPI Dialects: Imaq ɨʔnɨ́q 1, 'candle', ɨʔnɨ́vaq 'flame', W üɣ'niq* (nāk, niʁit)
North Alaskan Inupik: iɣnɨq (ʁ) 1, iɣniń 3
NAI Dialects: B iɣniq* 1, Ingl iɣniq* 1, i'nin* 'match', Qaw itniq 1, Mal iknɨq (ʁ) 1, ikniń 3
Western Canadian Inupik: iɣniq 1, iŋnak- 2, iŋnait pl. 3
WCI Dialects: Cor iŋniq*, M iɣniq*, iŋniq* 1
Eastern Canadian Inupik: inniq 'fire struck with stone, spark from lighter', inna(k)- 2, innaq 3
Greenlandic Inupik: inniq (ʁ) (ingneq*) 1, innaɣ- 2
GRI Dialects: NG iŋnaut 'fire-drill, lighter'
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 101
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Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology :

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Proto-Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *jъn
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning (Rus.): огонь, искра
Proto-Chukchee-Koryak: *ʒъn "
Proto-Itelmen: *śun-
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Chukchee-Koryak etymology :

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Proto-Chukchee-Koryak: *ʒъn "
Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology: Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology
Meaning (Rus.): огонь 1, жар 2, разгораться об огне 3, разжигать огонь 4, искра 5
Chukchee: jǝ́n-jǝn " (jǝnjǝ́n-ɣǝpǝ abl.) (II), dial. (олен.) dindin (II) 1, jǝnráw-, (АБ) jǝn-ǝp- 4, junɛ́t- 3, jǝnǝ-nto- (АБ) 3
Koryak: jǝnoklan, jǝnóklaŋ-o* pl. 5
Alutor: jǝn-jǝn " (jǝnuwwi pl.) 2
Comments: В чук. junɛt- под влиянием прачук. *ʒunet- 'жить'. См. *ъkla-n 'искра' (2223).
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Itelmen etymology :

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Proto-Itelmen: *śun-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology: Chukchee-Kamchatkan etymology
Meaning (Rus.): искриться
West Itelmen: šon-kaz 1, n-uŕ'ja-šǝnĺ-kaz 2, xekkǝ-sunxt-iz 3
West Itelmen meaning: sсintillare 1, perure 2, pulvis pyrius 3
West Itelmen meaning (Polish): iskrzyć się 1, przepalać 2, proch strzelniczy 3
Comments: В зап. камч. слове 'протапливать' первая часть значит 'костер', а в слове 'порох' первая часть значит 'плохой'.
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : HVNKV
Meaning : fire, burn
Eurasiatic : *HenkV
Sino-Caucasian : *=HV̄wxkV́ń
Austric : PAN *egaŋ 'dry', *paŋgaŋ 'roast', PAA *kVŋ 'dry' (?); Tai *hɛŋ 'dry'; *ʔaŋ 'roast, cook'
Amerind (misc.) : *naqʷ 'sun, light, day' (R 719) [+ A]
Reference : ОСНЯ 1, 245-246.
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Sino-Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Caucasian: *=HV̄wxkV́ń
Meaning: to cook, bake, roast
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
North Caucasian: *=HēwχV(n)
Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ
Yenisseian: *ʔǝqan (~h-,x-,-ǝ̄-)
Comments and references : HGC 36, NSC 54 *-χAŋV, WFR 121. Cf. also PEA *kʷŏ́nʔ 'fire'.
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North Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-North Caucasian: *=HēwχV(n)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to become warm, hot, catch fire
Proto-Nakh: *=ʕābχ-V(n)
Proto-Avaro-Andian: *=iχVn-
Proto-Tsezian: *=ɨχ:V- A
Proto-Dargwa: *=uχ:(Vn)-
Proto-Lezghian: *ʔeχVn- (~-l-)
Notes: Reconstructed for the PEC level. "Lax" phonation (hence *-χ-) is suggested by PN, PA and PL reflexes; however, the PTs and Darg. forms point rather to *=Hēwχ_V(n). Reasons for this variation are not quite clear.
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Nakh etymology :

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Proto-Nakh: *=ʕābχ-V(n)
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: hot
Chechen: =owχa
Ingush: =ʕajχa
Batsbi: =apχẽ
Comments: This adjective is a derivate from a verbal root *=ʕōbχ-/*=ʕēbχ-, reflected in Bacb. =epχ-dar 'to warm up' (dur.), =opχ-dar id. (term. = Chech. =oχ-dan). Cf. also other Bacb. derivates: jopχ "heat", dopχ "sweat", dapχ-na "heat", japχol "warmth".
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Avar-Andian etymology :

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Protoform: *=iχVn-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 warm 2 to kindle 3 to become heated
Avar: χína-b 1
Chadakolob: χéna-b 1
Akhvakh: =iχ(ũ) 2
Tindi: =iχ- 3
Comments: In Av. Chad. ħ- would be expected normally; χ- should probably be explained by the influence of literary Avar. An Ablaut variant of the same root is PA *ʔoχ(ʷ)Vn- 'to boil, seethe' > And. oχʷon- (the MSU recording is oχ:ʷon-, which is probably a misspelling), Akhv. ãχun-, Cham. aχʷa-ta-d- (Gig. aχaχ-), Kar. ahan- (Anch. ãχuχʷ-, Tok. ũhũh-), God. ãwuχ-.
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Tsezian etymology :

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Proto-Tsezian: *=ɨχ:V- A
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: warm
Ginukh: =eχƛ̣es
Khvarshi: =eχχu
Inkhokvari: =ɨχχu
Bezhta: iχijo
Gunzib: =ɨχχu
Comments: PTsKh *=ɨχ-, PGB *=ɨχ-. This is a verbal stem, cf. Gunz. =ɨχ-la 'to warm up, get warm'.
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Dargwa etymology :

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Proto-Dargwa: *=uχ:(Vn)-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to burn (intr.)
Akusha: =uχ-es
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Lezghian etymology :

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Proto-Lezghian: *ʔeχVn- (~-l-)
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to catch fire
Archi: eχmus (eχin-)
Comment: The verb is isolated in Arch., but has probable external correspondences.
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Sino-Tibetan etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: fry, roast
Burmese: kaŋ to broil, roast, toast.
Kachin: kaŋ2 be hot, be dry, as paddy, gǝkaŋ1 roast, toast, bake.
Lushai: kaŋ (kan) to fry, kaŋ evaporate, dry up; be exposed to the sun (cf. also kāŋ burn).
Kiranti: *kaŋ
Comments: Rawang dǝgaŋ toast; Ao Naga *koŋ 'dry'. Ben 71-2; Mat. 162.
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Kiranti etymology :

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Proto-Kiranti: *kaŋ
Sino-Tibetan etymology: Sino-Tibetan etymology
Meaning: put on stove, fire
Sunwar: 'kā-ca
Tulung: koa(t)-
Kaling: kɔnä (kɔŋu)
Yamphu: mi-gäŋa 'glow or warmth of a fire'
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Yamphu dictionary :

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Entry: migäŋa
Kiranti etymology: Kiranti etymology
Grammar: n.
Meaning: glow or warmth of a fire.
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Yenisseian etymology :

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Proto-Yenisseian: *ʔǝqan (~h-,x-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to boil
Ket: ъ̄n / ʌ:n (Castr.: èagan 'boiled')
Yug: ʌxan
Kottish: auganaŋ
Comments: ССЕ 191-192. Werner 2, 420 *ǝqǝn.
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Austric etymology :

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Proto-Austric: *kVŋ
Meaning: hard, dry
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Proto-Austroasiatic: *kɨaŋ / *kuaŋ (cf. also *gaŋ 'hard'; Khasi rykhiaŋ 'dry')
Austroasiatic meaning: stiff
Proto-Austronesian: *ekeŋ (also *egaŋ 'dry')
Austronesian meaning: stiff
Proto-Thai: goŋ.A durable CK
Notes: Prob. two roots (another with prnum 614)
austr-meaning,austr-prnum,austr-aa,austr-aame,austr-an,austr-anme,austr-tai,austr-notes,

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Proto-Austro-Asiatic: kVŋ
Meaning: dry
Austric etymology: Austric etymology
Khasi: rykhiaŋ
aaet-meaning,aaet-prnum,aaet-khasi,

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