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Proto-IE: *ank- <PIH *H->
Meaning: hook, smth bent
Hittite: hink- (I) 'sich verneigen' (Tischler 250)
Old Indian: aṅká- m. `hook, curve'; áṅkas- n. `curve, bend', aṅkuśá- m. `hook, esp. an elephant-driver's hook'; áñcati `to bend, curve, incline'
Avestan: aŋku-pǝsǝmna- 'mit Haken, Spangen sich schmückend', aka- m. 'Haken, Zapfen', ąxnah 'Zügel'
Other Iranian: MPers ančītan 'biegen, krümmen'
Old Greek: aŋkṓn, -ō̂nos, pl. dat. aŋkási `Ellbogen'; pl. áŋkoi̯nai̯ `Arme'; áŋkistro-n `(Angel)haken; áŋkǖra `Anker'; aŋkálǟ f. `gekrümmter Arm, Armvoll', aŋkǘlo- `gebogen, krumm', aŋkǘlǟ `Haken, Türangel'
Slavic: *ǭkotь (см. Фасмер) крюк
Baltic: *an̂k-ā̂ (1) f.
Germanic: *ang-en- m., *ang-ṓ f.; *ang-Vl-ō f.
Latin: ancus `qui aduncum brachium habet'; Rom *ancu `Ellbogen; Wegkrümmung', Lat pl. ancrae `convalles vel arborum intervalla'
Celtic: MIr ēcath `Fischhaken'
Russ. meaning: крюк; нечто изогнутоe
References: WP I 60 f
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