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Proto-IE: *k'net-, *k'ent- (-th-)
Meaning: to pierce
Old Indian: śnáthati (D.), śnathiti, śnatháyati `to pierce, strike, injure, kill'
Avestan: snaɵ- `schlagen', snaiɵiš- n. `Waffe zum Schlagen oder Hauen'
Old Greek: kentéō, aor. kénsai̯, va. kestó- `stacheln, stechen', késtro-s `Art Pfeil etc.', késtrǟ `Spitzhammer, Bolzen', kéntro-n `Stachel', kéntōr `Anstachler', kontó-s m. `der Stecher'
Baltic: *čint-a- c.
Celtic: Cymr cethr `Nagel', Corn kenter `Nagel', Bret kentr `Sporn'
Russ. meaning: прокалывать
References: WP I 402
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