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Proto-IE: *aweg-, -k-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to increase
Tokharian: A ok-, B auk- (PT *auk-) 'grow, increase', B auks- 'sprout, grow up', A okäm, B auki (PT *auk(ä)mi̯ä(n)) n. 'increase' (Adams 130-131)
Old Indian: ugrá-, comp. ójīyas- `powerful, mighty', ójas- n. `strength, power'; vákṣaṇa- `strengthening', vakṣayati `to make grow', ukṣáti, -te `to be strong'
Avestan: ugra-, comp. aoǰyah`stark, kräftig', aoǰah-, aogah-, aogarǝ `Kraft, Stärke'; vaxšaiti `lässt wachsen', uxšyeiti `wächst'
Old Greek: aú̯ksō, au̯ksánō; aéksō `mehren fördern; wachsen'
Baltic: *aûg- (prs. aûg-a-) (1) vb., *aûg-š-t-a- (2) adj.; *aûg- (prs. aûg-a-) (1) vb., *aûg-š-t-a- (2) adj.; *aûk-l-iā̃ f., *aûk-l-ē̂- (2?) vb., *ūk-aw-im-a- c., *uk-a-
Germanic: *auk-a- vb., *auk-ia- vb., *auk-an- m.; *wōk-r-a- m., -ō f.; *wax-s-a-, *wax-s-ia- vb.; *áux-i-m-a-, *áux-u-m-a- adj.
Latin: augeō, -ēre -xī, -ctum `wachsen machen, vergrössern, vermehren', auctor, -ōr is m.`Förderer, Veranlasser, Urheber, Gewährsmann'; augmen, augmentum `Zuwachs', augustus `geweiht, heilig, erhaben', auxilium `Hilfe'
Other Italic: Umbr uhtur `auctor'
Russ. meaning: увеличивать
References: WP I 22 f
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