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Proto-IE: *Ayek-, *y[ē]k-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to call; to beg, to complain
Old Indian: yā́cati, -te `to ask, beg, implore'
Old Greek: ôi̯kto-s m. `pity, compassion', oi̯ktró- `pitipitiable, lamentable'; {3 sg. ai̯kázdei̯ `звать' (Hsch.) - nowhere found!};
Baltic: *aîk-in-ā̂- (2?) vb.
Germanic: *jíx-a- vb.; *jix-t-i- c., *jix-t-ō- vb.; *aix-t-r-ō- vb.
Other Italic: Osk aíkdafed `proclamavit ?'
Celtic: OIr ēigid `cries', ēigem f. `a cry', īachtaid `groans, cries'; MCymr ieith, NCymr iaith, Bret iez `Sprache'
Russ. meaning: звать; просить, жаловаться
References: WP I 8 f, I 204 f
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