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Proto-IE: *deuk-
Meaning: to pull, to lead
Old Greek: daidǘssomai̯ `zerrissen werden', daidǘssesthai̯ `hélkesthai' (Hsch.); déu̯kei̯ `phrontízei' (Hsch.), ep. adv. en-dükéōs `liebevoll, sorgsam'; en-dükés (Nik.)
Germanic: *tíux-a- vb.; *tiug-iá- n.; *tug-án- m., *tug-í- c., *tug-ṓ- vb.; *tiux-ō- vb.; *taug-ia- vb.; *tug-á- n.; *taug-ṓ f.; *tau(gw)-m-á- m., etc.; *tug-il-a- m., *tux-t-i- c.; *xarja-tug-án- m.; ? *tuk-ja- vb.
Latin: dūcō (OLat abdoucit), -ere, dūxī (OLat adouxet), ductum `ziehen, schleppen; anziehen etc.'; dux, ducis m., f. `Führer, Anführer', trādux `Weinsenker'; educāre `erziehen'; ductim `in vollen Zügen, zugweise', ductiō, -ōnis f. `Führen, Ziehen', ductus, -ūs m. `Führung, Zug'; ductor, -ōris m. `Führer'; ductāre = dūcere
Albanian: nduk `rupfe, reisse die Haare aus'
Russ. meaning: тянуть, вести
References: WP I 780 f
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