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Proto-IE: *k'wen-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: dog
Hittite: h.l. śuwanis (Tischler 500)
Tokharian: A ku, obl. kon, B ku `собака' (Adams 179)
Old Indian: ś(u)vā́, gen. śúnaḥ m. `dog'
Avestan: spā, gen. sūnō 'Hund'; spaka- 'hunderartig, Hund-'
Armenian: šun, gen. šan `Hund'
Old Greek: küṓn, gen. künós, acc. kǘna m., f. `Hund, Hündin'
Baltic: *čō̃ (*čun=), *čwin-ia- c., -iā̃ f.
Germanic: *xun-d-a- m.
Celtic: OIr cū, gen. con; Cymr ci, pl. cwn; Bret, Corn ki 'Hund'
Russ. meaning: зверек (собака)
References: WP I 465 f
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