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Proto-IE: *tek's-
Meaning: to hew, to trim
Hittite: taks-, takkes-, taggas- (I/II) 'zusammenfügen', taksan- n. 'Mitte, Fuge', taksan (adv.) 'zusammen' (Friedrich 204)
Tokharian: B tāks- 'chop up, grind up' (Adams 286)
Old Indian: takṣati, 3 pl. tákṣati, ptc. taṣṭá- `to form by cutting, plain, chisel, fashion, form, create'; tákṣan- m. `wood-cutter, carpenter'
Avestan: ptc. tašta-, tāšta-; tašan- `Bildner, Schöpfer'; tašaiti- `zimmert mit Messer oder Axt zu, verfertigt, gestaltet', taša- m. `Axt'
Other Iranian: NPers taš `Axt', MPers tašītan `zimmern'; OPers us-tašanā `Treppenhaus'
Old Greek: téktōn, -onos m., fem. téktai̯na `Zimmermann, Handwerker, Künstler, Urheber'; tékhnǟ f. `Kunstfertigkeit, Handwerk, Gewerbe, Kunst; Kunstgriff, List'
Slavic: *tesā́tī, *tẽšjǭ; *teslo, *teslā; *tesъ (eсть в чеш.)
Baltic: *teč- (*teč-a-) vb., *tač-ī̂- vb., *tač-a- c.,
Germanic: *ɵixs-al-ō(n-) f., *ɵixs-ōn- f., *ɵixs-a- vb.
Celtic: *tōkslo- > OIr tāl `Axt'
Russ. meaning: тесать, обрабатывать дерево
References: WP I 717
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