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Proto-IE: *gʷhen-
Meaning: to flourish, to be full, to swell
Old Indian: ghaná- `compact, solid, dense', m. `compact mass or substance'
Other Iranian: NPers ā-gandan `anfüllen', āganiš `voll'
Old Greek: eu̯-thenéō, eu̯-thēnéō `gedeihe, blühen', eu̯-thēníǟ, eu-thénei̯a `blühender Zustand, Fülle, Zufuhr, annona'; eu̯-thenḗs `eupathôusa, iskhürá' (Hsch.), eu̯-thēnḗs `gedeihend', Kresphónthǟs, Polüphóntǟs = Polüktḗtǟs, Kleophóntǟs; phanā̂n `thélein' (Hsch.)
Slavic: *gonētī `genügen'
Baltic: *gan-ā̂, *gan-ē̂- vb.
Germanic: *gan-t-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: процветать, быть полным, распухать
References: WP I 679
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