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Proto-IE: *(o)nogh-
Meaning: nail (anat.), claw, hoof
Tokharian: ? A maku, B mekwa (PT *mekwā) 'finger/toe nails' (Adams 467)
Old Indian: áṅghri- m. `foot'; nakhá- m., n., nakhará- m., n. `fingernail, claw'
Other Iranian: NPers nāxun 'Nagel, Kralle'
Old Greek: ónüks, -ükhos m. `Nagel, Kralle, Huf'
Slavic: *nogъtь, gen. *nogъte m.; *nogā́
Baltic: *nag-a- c., -ā̂ f., *nag-ut-i- c.
Germanic: *nag-al-a-, *nag-il-a- m.
Latin: unguis (gl. unx), gen. -is, abl. -ī (/-e) m. `Nagel an Finger oder an der Zehe des Menschen; Tatze, Kralle der Tiere', ungula f. `Klaue, Kralle, Huf'
Celtic: OIr ingen, pl. ingnea, dat. ingnib `Nagel'; OCymr eguin `Nagel', NCymr ewin f. `Nagel', Corn euuin `Nagel', Bret ivin m. `Nagel'
Russ. meaning: ноготь, коготь, копыто
References: WP I 180 f
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