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Proto-IE: *sekʷe-, *skʷē-
Meaning: to tell, to talk
Old Greek: en-épō, ennépō, ft. enispḗsō, aor. enispẹ̄̂n, va. á-speto- `ansagen, erzählen, verkunden'; prós-epsi-s = prosagóreusis Hsch.; thespésio- `göttlich, übermenschlich, gewaltig, wundervoll'
Baltic: *sek- vb., *sak-ī̂- vb., *sek-m-iā̃ f., *sak-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *sag-ē- vb., *sag-ō(n-) f., *sag-ja- vb., *sag-ul-a-, etc.
Latin: inquam `ich sage, spreche', inquit `sagte', īnseque, īnsece `sag an'; pl. īnsectiōnes `narrātiōnēs', resecūta est `antwortete'; insexit `dixerit'
Other Italic: Umbr prusikurent `prōnuntiāverint', sukatu `dēclārātō'
Celtic: *sekʷ-, *ati-sekʷo-m, *ati-skʷo-m, *en(i)-skʷiā > OIr aithesc n. `*Antwort', insce `Rede'; OCymr hepp `inquit', MCymr heb `inquit', atteb `Antwort', Cymr eb, ebe, ebr `inquit', ateb `Antwort'
Russ. meaning: говорить, рассказывать
References: WP II 477 f
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