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Proto-IE: *amg'h- <PIH *H->
Meaning: narrow; to tie together
Hittite: hamenk- / hamank- (I) 'binden' (Tischler 142)
Tokharian: A eṃts, B entse (PT *enkse) 'greed, envy' (Adams 87)
Old Indian: aṃhu- (in comp. and in comp. aṃhīyas) `narrow', aṃhú- n. (only abl. sg. aṃhós) `anxiety, distress', aṃhurá- `straitened, distressed'; áṃhas- n. `anxiety, trouble; sin'
Avestan: ązaŋhē `zubedrängen, in Not zu beringen'; ny-āzata `sie schnürt sich', ny-āzayǝn `sie sollten hineinzwängen'; ązah- `Bedrängnung, Not, Gefangenschaft'
Old Greek: ánkhō `zusammenschnüren, erdrosseln'; ankhónǟ `Strick, das Erdrosseln', adv., praep. áŋkhi `nahe', aŋkhóthi, -then, aŋkhọ̄̂; aŋktḗr m. `Zusammenschnürer'
Slavic: *ǭzъkъ(jь), *ǭzostь, *ǭzītī; *vę̄zātī, *ǭzā, *ǭže
Baltic: *añg-š-t-a- adj.
Germanic: *ang-i-, *ang-u- adj., *ang-u-st-u- c.
Latin: ango, anctum, -ere `beengen, würgen, ängstigen'; angi-portus, -ūs `enges Gässchen, Sackgasse'; angor, -ōris m. `Würgen, erstickende Beklemmung, Angst'
Celtic: Bret enk `eng', Ir cach ing `aus jeder Bedrängnis, Klemme'; Cymr ing `bedrängte Lage', Ir cum-ung `eng', Cymr cyf-yng, yng, ing `eng'; *eksnghu- > Cymr ehang `weit, reichlich'
Russ. meaning: узкий; связывать
References: WP I 62 f
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