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Proto-IE: *pek'-
Meaning: to comb, to shear
Other Iranian: Pashto ẓ̌manj, NPers šāna `Kamm'
Old Greek: pékō, péktō, pektéō, aor. péksai̯, -asthai̯ `kämmen, sich kämmen, krempeln, scheren', pékos n., pókto-s m., póko-s m. `abgerupfte, abgeschorene Schafwolle, Vlies', pektḗr m. `Scherer'; att. ktẹ̄́s, Jo. Gramm. ktén, gen. ktenós `Kamm, Weberkamm'
Baltic: *peč- vb. tr., *pač-jā̂- vb.
Germanic: *fix-t-a- vb.; *fax-s-a- n.; *fax-t-i- c.; *fix-l=; ? *fix-ō- vb.
Latin: pectō, -ere, pexī (/pexuī, pectuī), pexum `kämmen, krempeln, behacken'; pexus, -a `gekämmt, langwollig'; pecten, -inis m. `Kamm, Riffel, Rechen, Hacke; Schambein; Griffel zum Saitenspiel; Kammuschel'
Other Italic: Umbr petenata `pectinātam'
Russ. meaning: чесать или стричь шерсть
References: WP II 17 f
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