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Proto-IE: *ank(')- <PIH *H->
Meaning: fate, destiny
Hittite: henkan- n. `Tod, Seuche, Pest' (Tischler 249)
Old Greek: anáŋkǟ `Notwendigkeit, Zwang'
Germanic: *anx-t-ō f.
Celtic: OIr ēcen `Not, Notwendigkeit'; Cymr angen `Not, Notwendigkeit', Bret anken `Not, Notwendigkeit'
Russ. meaning: фатальный рок судьбы
References: WP I 60
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