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Proto-IE: *ag'-
Meaning: to drive
Tokharian: B āk n. 'zeal' (Adams 35), AB āk- 'lead, guide, drive' (36)
Old Indian: ájati `to drive'; ajá- m. `a drove, troop; a driver'; ājí- m./f. `running match, combat'
Avestan: azaiti `treibt, führt weg'
Armenian: acen `führe, bringe'
Old Greek: ágō `treiben, leiten, führen; ziehen, gehen'; dor., aetol. agnéō; agǟ́ f. `Transport', agōn, -ō̂nos m. `Versammlung, Wettkampf', agó-s m. `Anführer'; áktōr, -oros `Führer'; agōgó-s m. `Führer; fuhrend'; agōgǟ́ `Führung'
Germanic: *ak-a- vb.; *ēk-a- vb.
Latin: agō, ēgī, āctum, -ere `treiben, führen usw.'; agō, -ōnis m. `der das Opfertier tötende Priester'; pl. ambāgēs, -um `Umgang, Umlauf; Irrgang; Winkelzüge', indāges, indāgo, -inis `das Aufspüren (und ins Garn treiben) des Wilden', coāgulum `geronnene Milch im Labmagen der Wiederkäuer'; prōdigus `verschendend', abiga `chamaepitys'; āctus, -ūs m. `Hadlung', āctor, -ōris m. `Treiber, Darsteller, Kläger usw.; agmen, -inis n. `Treiben, Zug (der Strömung, Ruder), Schwingung (der Lanze), Marsch, Heereszug'
Other Italic: Osk triaginss `ter-agant', acum `agere', imp. actud `agito'; Umbr aitu `agito', ahtim-em `ad caerimoniam'
Celtic: OIr ad-aig `adigit'; *agnā > ān `Spiel'; Cymr, Corn, Bret a `agit'; Gaul (-Lat) ambactu-s `Diensmann, Höriger'; Cymr amaeth `servus arans; MIr āg, gen. āga (u-St) `Kampf'; *agi̯o- > OIr aige `Wettlauf'
Russ. meaning: гнать
References: WP I 35 f
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