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Proto-IE: *(a)denǝgh-
Meaning: to reach, to seize, to have time
Tokharian: B tsänk- 'rise, raise oneself up' (Adams 733)
Old Indian: daghnoti `to reach; to strike', dághyati `to go'; daghná- (with preverbs) `reaching up to'
Old Greek: odáks `mit den Zähnen, zusammenbeissend'; odáksō `beissen, nagen', adaksáō ~ -éō = odáksō; adakhéō `kratzen, jucken', adakhā̂i̯ = knā̂i̯, knḗthei̯ kephalḗn, psēlaphā̂i̯ Hsch.
Slavic: *dę̄glъ, *dę̄gnǭtī
Baltic: *den̂g- (2) vb.
Germanic: *ting-a- vb., *tang-ia- vb.
Celtic: *deng=, *dang= > Ir dingim 'unterdrücke'; daingen `fest, hart'; Cymr dengyn `roh'
Russ. meaning: достигать, хвататься, успевать
References: WP I 791 f
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