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Proto-IE: *skeid- (-kh-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to split, to divide
Old Indian: chinátti, chintte, ptc. chinná- `to cut off, chop, split, pierce'; cheda- m. `cut, section, portion', chidrá- `torn asunder; pierced', n. `hole, slit, cleft', chidi-, chidira- m. `sword'
Avestan: sidara- `Loch, Öffnung, Riss', avahi-siδyāt_ `er möge zerspalten'
Armenian: chtim `ritze mich, zerkratze mir mit den Nägeln die Haut'
Old Greek: skhízdō, aor. skhí(s)sai̯, ps. skhisthē̂nai̯, pf. ps. éskhismai̯, va. skhistó- `spalte, durchschneiden, trennen', skhída = skhídos sindónos, rhē̂gma Hsch., skhídaks, -akos m. `Splitter, gespaltenes Holz, Scheit, skhídos = tḕn apóskhisin Hsch., skhízda f. `gespaltenes Holz, Scheit', skhindálamo-s, skhindalmó-s m. `Holzsplitter, Haarspalterei etc.', skhôi̯do-s m. = oi̯konómos, tamías (Bez. einer makedonischen Behörde), dat. skoi̯díāi̯ f. `der Fursorgerin, Hausverwalterin' (Naxos); skhísi-s f. `das Spalten, Zerschneiden', skhismó-s m. `id.', skhísma n. `Spalt, Riss'
Slavic: *cēdī́tī, *cēdjь
Baltic: *skeîd- (-ja-) vb. tr. (2), *skaîd-ī̂- vb., *skaîd-ā̂ f. (2), *skī̂d- vb. intr. (2), *skid- vb. intr., *skeîd-ā̂ f., *skeî(d)-mō̃ (-men-)
Germanic: *skit-Vr-a- adj.
Latin: scindō, -ere, scicidī, scissum `schlitzen, zerreisen, spalten'
Celtic: *skeid- > MBret squeigaff `schneiden', Bret skeja `schneiden'
Russ. meaning: раскалывать, разделять
References: WP II 541 f
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