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Proto-IE: *kǝnod- (kh-)
Meaning: to bite
Old Indian: khā́dati `to chew, bite, eat', khādana- m. `tooth'
Other Iranian: NPers xāyīdan `essen, kauen'
Armenian: xacanem `beisse, pungo'
Old Greek: knṓdōn, -ontos m. `Schwert', pl. `Zähne am Schwert od. am Jagdspiess, Schwerthaken', pl. `die den Schwertgriff gegen die Klinge abgrenzenden Zähne oder Haken'; knṓdāk-s, -ākos `Zapfe, Achse', knṓdalo-n n. `wildes od. schädliches Tier'; knadállō = knáō Hsch.
Slavic: *kǭsъ, *kǭsātī, -ī́tī; *kǭ̃dъkъ (Pol kądek `Bissen, Stück, Brocken')
Baltic: *kan̂d- (*kan̂d-a-) (2) vb. tr.
Russ. meaning: кусать
References: WP I 341
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