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Proto-IE: *(s)kawǝ-/-o-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to see, to hear, to smell
Old Indian: kaví- (comp. kávīyas-) `wise, knowing, skilful; m. thinker, wise man, poet', kava- `miserly' (in comp.), ākuvate `to intend', ā́kūta- n., ā́kūti- f. `intention, wish'
Other Iranian: PIran *skau̯aɵa-: MPers škōh, NPers šikōh, šukōh `Pracht, Herrlichkeit, Majestät, Würde'
Armenian: chuchanem `lasse schauen, zeige', choych `das Zeigen, Schau'
Old Greek: koéō `merken, vernehmen, hören'; ékomen = éi̯domen, heōrō̂men, ēistémetha Hsch.; akóu̯ō `horen; gehorchen, im Rufe stehen', akoǟ́, hom. akou̯ǟ́ `Gehör, Kunde'
Slavic: *čū́ti, *čū́jǭ; *čevītī (OCzech (na)vščieviti, Czech navštíviti `besuchen'); *čūxātī
Baltic: *skaud=
Germanic: *xáu-s-ia-/*xau-z-iá- vb.; *skaww-ṓ- vb., *skuww-ín-i- adj.; *sku-[ɵ]-ō- vb.
Latin: caveō, -ēre, cāvī, cautum (OLat cavitum) `sich in acht nehmen, sich vorsehen, Vorsichtsmassregeln treffen, Beistand, Bürgschaft leisten, verfügen', cautus, -a `vorsichtig'
Other Italic: Umbr kutef `*cautens'
Russ. meaning: видеть, слышать, чуять
References: WP I 369
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-iran,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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