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Proto-IE: *dek'om, *dek'em-; *(d)k'em-t-o-
Meaning: num.: ten; hundert
Tokharian: A śäk, B śak (PT *śäk) 'ten' ( < *gek'mt) (Adams 619); A känt, B kante (PT *känte) 'hundred' (Adams 139)
Old Indian: dáśa `ten', śatá `hundred'
Avestan: dasa; satǝm
Old Greek: déka; wíkati; hekatón
Slavic: *desę̄tь; *sъto
Baltic: *dečim̃t-; *čim̃t-a- c.
Germanic: *tíxun, *tíxan; {*xundV-; pl. *tigjus}
Latin: decem; vī=ginti, trī=gintī; centum
Other Italic: Umbr desen-(duf) '(duo-)decem'
Celtic: OIr deich n., Cymr deg, Corn., Bret dek; OIr cēt, Cymr cant, Bret kant, Corn cans
Russ. meaning: десять; сто
References: WP I 758 f
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