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Proto-IE: *dheughe-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to be ready, sufficient
Old Greek: tüŋkhánō, ft. téu̯ksomai̯, aor. étükhon, ep. etǘkhēsa, ep. conj. tetǘkhēi̯si, ep. opt. tetǘkhoi̯mi, p. en-etéu̯khthēn, pf. tetǘkhēka, ptc. -ēkṓs, -ēṓs, jungatt. ecc. téteukha, m.-p. (spät.) epi-téteu̯gmai̯ `das Ziel, den Zweck erreichen, treffen, antreffen, zufällig begegnen', intr. `sich treffen, zufällig zuteil werden, sich zufällig ereignen'; tǘkhǟ f. `Zufall, Ereignis, Glückszufall', Schicksal, Los', têu̯ksi-s f. `Erreichung', apó-, én-, epí-teu̯gma; téu̯khō, aor. têu̯ksai̯, -asthai̯, hom. tetükẹ̄̂n, -ésthai̯, p. tükhthē̂nai̯, pf. hom. teteu̯khṓs, m.-p. tétüktai̯, hom. tetéu̯khatai̯, tétuktai̯; va. tüktó-, teu̯któ- verfertigen, fertigbringen, herstellen; bereiten; veranstalten, verursachen', titǘskomai̯ `mache zurecht, ziele'; têu̯khos n. `Rüstzeug, Waffen, Ausrüstung'; téu̯ktōr, -oros m. `Verfertiger, Schöpfer', teu̯ktḗr m. `id.'; titǘskomai̯ `zielen; zurecht machen, bereiten, anschirren'
Slavic: *nedūgъ; *dūžjь(jь)
Baltic: *daũg-a- adj., *daũg-ia- c.
Germanic: *daug=, *dux-t-i- c., etc.
Celtic: *dugnā, *duglo- > Ir dūan `Gedicht', dūal `passend'
Russ. meaning: быть достаточным, готовым
References: WP I 847
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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