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Proto-IE: *at-, *ad-
Meaning: skin, cover
Old Indian: átka- m. `armour, mail, garment'
Avestan: aδka-, at_ka- m. `Oberkleid, Mantel'
Old Greek: áttomai, diázdomai̯ `das Gewebe anzetten', diázdomai̯ `ziehe die Kettenfäden auf den Webstuhl auf, webe', ásma, díasma n. `Kettenfaden', ǟ́trio-n n. `Aufzug des Gewebes, Kettenfaden', hom. pl. epǟ́trimoi̯ `dicht nebeneinander'; askó-s 'abgezogene Haut, daraus gefertigter lederner Schlauch'
Baltic: *ā̂d-ā̂ f. (2)
Russ. meaning: шкура, покрышка
References: WP I 134, Fraenkel 515 (somewhat different in Pok.)
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