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Proto-IE: *pAik-, -g- (Indoir -k'-)
Meaning: ill-meaning, bad
Old Indian: píśuna- `backbiting, slanderous, calumnious', piśācá- m. `a class of demons'
Baltic: *paĩk-a- adj., *paĩk- vb. inch., *paĩk-in̂-, *paîk-in̂- vb., *pik-t-a- adj., *pīk (Lith CIRC / Lett AC, 1) vb. intr., *paik-a- c., *paik- vb. inch., *peîk- (1) vb. intr.
Germanic: *faik-n-a- adj.; *faik-n-ō f., *faik-n-a- n., *fik=; *faix=; *faig-i- adj.
Latin: piget, -ēre, -uit, -itum est `es verdriesst mich, erregt Widerwillen', piger, -gra `langsam; verdrossen, träg, faul'
Russ. meaning: злонамеренный, дурной
References: WP II 10 f

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