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Proto-IE: *okʷ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: eye
Tokharian: A ak, dual. aśäṃ, B ek (PT *ek) 'eye' (Adams 74-75)
Old Indian: ákṣi n., gen. akṣṇáḥ, du. nom. akṣī́ `eye'; kṣaṇa- m. `instant, twinkling of an eye'; prátīka- n. `exterior, surface; adj. directed towards', ánīka- n. `face, appearance, front'
Avestan: du. aši 'die (beiden) Augen' (für *axši nach uši 'Ohren'); ainīka- m. 'Antlitz'
Armenian: akn, gen. akan, pl. ačhkh `Auge, Öffnung, Loch' (u-St.)
Old Greek: ep., poet. du. ósse n. `die beiden Augen'; dial. ókkon = ophtalmón Hsch., ómma, -atos n. `Auge', pl. óppat-a (Sappho), óthmata n. (Kall., Nik., Hymn. Is.) `Augen'; ; ophthalmó-s `Auge', óktallos (Boeot.) m. 'eye' Hdn.Gr., restored in Corinn.; óssomai̯ `(geistig) schauen, ahnen, ahnen lassen'; fut. ópsomai̯, aor. ophthē̂nai̯, pf. ō̂mmai̯; pf. ópōpa `ich beobachte, nehme wahr, erblicke, betrachte'; opōpǟ́ f. `Beobachtung, Anblick, Auigapfel', pl. `Augen'; opǟ́ f. `Lücke, Öffnung; óp-s, gen. opós f. `Auge, Gesicht'; dí-, ẹ̄́s-, én-, kát-optro-n n.; *ōp-: ẹ̄s ō̂pa `Auge in Auge', kat-en-ō̂pa `ins Angesicht, entgegen', pl. dat. ṓpessi, acc. ō̂pas, ō̂pa m., n. `Auge, Gesicht, Antlitz'
Slavic: *oko, gen. *očese, du. *očī; *okъno;
Baltic: *ak-i- c., *ak-ā̂, *ak-a- c.
Germanic: *aug-an- n.; *a(g)w-n-ō- vb., *aug-ia- vb.
Latin: oculus, -ī m. `Auge'
Celtic: *eni-kʷo-: OIr enech `Gesicht, Antlitz'; MCymr enep `Gesicht, Antlitz', MBret enep `Gesicht, Antlitz; gegen'
Albanian: sü Auge
Russ. meaning: глаз
References: WP II 169 f
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