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Proto-IE: *sekʷ- <PIH -gʷ->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to see, to notice
Hittite: sakuwa n. pl. 'Augen', sakuwai- (I) 'sehen, blicken' (Friedrich 177)
Slavic: *sočī́tī, *sokъ, *po-, *o-sokā
Germanic: *sixw-a- vb., *si(g)-w-n-í- c., *si(g)w-n-i- adj.
Latin: sīgnum, -ī n. `Zeichen, Abzeichen, Kennzeichen, Bildstatue, Siegel; Spitz- und Übername'
Celtic: *sekʷ- etc. > OIr 3 sg. rel. in-cho-sig `bezeichnet (zeigt mit dem Finger)', dofa-r-siged `significatum est', ta-sc `Anzeige', consecha `züchtigt', cosc `Strafe', ēcosc `Aussehen', diuschi `weckt, treibt an'; MIr ar-secha `he should see us'; Cymr cosp `Strafe'
Russ. meaning: видеть, замечать
References: WP II 477 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-slav,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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