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Proto-IE: *aik'-
Meaning: sharp obj.; to wound with a sharp obj.
Old Greek: âi̯klo-s* (pl. âi̯kloi `hai gōníai tôu bélous' Hsch.); iktéo-n <iktéa> `дротик' (Hsch.), íktar `nahe' (< *anstossend); kypr. ikmaménos `verwundet'; ai̯khmǟ́ `Lanzenspitze, Lanze'
Baltic: *eĩč-m-a- c., *aič-m-[a]- m. n
Germanic: *aig-Vn=/*áix-Vn=
Latin: īco, īcio, ictum, -ĕre `schlagen, treffen, verletzen', ictus, -ūs m. `Hieb, Schuss'
Russ. meaning: острый предмет; ранить острым предметом
References: WP I 7 f
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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