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Proto-IE: *(s)mūk-
Meaning: to creep
Tokharian: B mäk- 'run; chase, hunt' (Adams 450); A muk-, B mauk- (PT *mauk-) 'desist' (476)
Slavic: *smɨ̄kātī, *smɨ̄kъ
Baltic: *smuk- vb. intr.
Germanic: *smūg-á-/*smiug-á- vb., *smaug-ia- vb., *smaug=
Russ. meaning: ползти
References: WP II 253 f
Comments: A contamination of two roots: *(s)mūk- 'creep' and *mAuk- 'pull'.
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