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Proto-IE: *peik'-
Meaning: to engrave, to write, to colour
Tokharian: A, B pik- (PT *pik-) 'write, paint' (Adams 383)
Old Indian: piṁśati `to hew out, carve; form, fashion, mould'; péśas- n., peśa- m. `shape, form, colour; ornament, decoration', peśalá- `adorned, decorated, beautiful', piśáŋga- `reddish, tawny'
Avestan: paes- `farbig machen, schmücken', paesa- m., paesah- n. `Schmuck, Zeirat'
Other Iranian: OPers nipistanaiy `schreiben'
Old Greek: poi̯kílo- `bunt(farbig)', bunt gearbeitet (gestickt, gewirkt, gewebt), mannigfaltig, gewandt, listig'
Slavic: *pьsā́tī, *pīsjǭ; *pьstrъ(jь), *pьstrǭgъ
Baltic: *peĩč- vb. tr., *paĩč-a-, *peĩč-a- c., *peĩč-ā̂ f., *paĩč-in̂- vb.
Germanic: *fáix-a- adj.; *faix-ō- vb., *faix-ia- vb.; *faix-an- m.
Latin: pingō, -ere, pīnxī, pictum `mit der Nadel sticken; malen', pigmentum n. `Farbe, Schminke, Schmuck'
Russ. meaning: вырезать узоры, писать, красить
References: WP II 9 f
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