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Proto-IE: *dhegʷh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to burn
Tokharian: A, B tsäk- 'burn up', tsāk- 'illuminate' (PT *tsäk-, *tsāk-) (Adams 730 f)
Old Indian: dáhati, ptc. dagdhá-; dāha- m. `burning, combustion', ni-dāghá- m. `heat, warmth, summer'
Avestan: dažaiti `brennt'; daxša- m. `Brand'
Other Iranian: NPers dāɣ `Brandmal'
Old Greek: théptanos = haptómenos Hsch., téphrǟ `Asche'
Slavic: *žegtī, *žьgātī, *žegǭ; *degъtь
Baltic: *deg- (*deg-a-) vb. tr./intr., *dē̃g-ia- c., *deg-es-ia- c., *dag-a- c., *dag-ia- c., *dag-u- adj., *dag-l-ā̂ f., *dag-l-ia- c., *dag-l-u- c., *deg-l-a-, *dag-l-a- adj., *dag-[a]- m., *deg-ut-a- c., *deg-ō-t-a- c.
Latin: foveō, -ēre, fōvī, fōtum `warm machen, (er)wärmen; hegen, pflegen', fōtus, -ūs m. `Wärmen, Bahen'; fōculum, -ī n. `Wärmemittel, Feuerpfanne', fōmentum n. `wärmender Umschlag'; fōmes, -itis m. `Zündstoff, Zunder', favilla (~ -ī-) `Asche, glühende Asche, Flugasche'; favōnius, -ī m. `der laue Westwind'; febris, gen. -is, acc. -im, abl. -ī f. `Fieber'
Celtic: MIr daig, gen. dega `Feuer'
Albanian: djek `verbrenne, brenne an', δez, ndez `zünde an'
Russ. meaning: жечь, гореть
References: WP I 849 f
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