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Proto-IE: *(s)teg- (sth-)
Meaning: to cover
Old Indian: sthagati `to cover, hide, conceal', ptc. sthagita-
Old Greek: stégō, aor. stéksai̯, ps. stekhthē̂nai̯ `(be)decken, schützen, abwehren, dicht halten, tragen, aushalten'; stégos, tégos n., stégǟ f. `Dach, Decke, bedeckter Ort, Haus, Zimmer', *tégǟ f.: tégē = stégē, tégos D.C., Hsch.; steganó- `deckend, schirmend; bedeckt, versteckt', stegnó- `bedeckt, wasserdicht, verstopft'
Baltic: *stā̂g-a- (2) m.
Germanic: *ɵak-ja- vb., *ɵak-a- n., *ɵak-jō(n-) f., *ɵak-in-ō f.; *ɵak-ō f.; *stak-ōn- f.
Latin: tegō, -ere, tēxī, tēctum `decken; verbergen; verstecken; schirmen', tēctus, -a `bedeckt', tēctum, -ī n. `Dach, Zimmerdecke, Haus, Obdach'; teges, -etis `Decke', tegumen, -inis n. `Bedeckung, Decke, Hülle, Versteck'; tēgula f. `Dachziegel, Ziegeldach; Deckplatten', toga f. `Toga, männliches und weibliches Kleidungsstück'
Other Italic: Umbr tehteřim `tegimentum, tēctōrium'
Celtic: *tegos, *togje- etc. > Gaul Thigernum castrum;; OIr tech `Haus'; teg-lach `Hausgenossenschaft', tigerne `Herr'; -tuigur `ich decke'; tuige `stramen', im-thuge `Bedeckung, Bekleidung', ētach `Kleid'; OCymr tig `Haus', Cymr ty `Haus', teulu `Familie', teyrn `rex, tyrannus', am-do `amiculum, involucrum', to `Dach', toi `tegere'; OCorn ti `Haus', teilu `Familie', Corn to `Dach', OBret bou-tig `Kuhstall', Cato-tigerni
Russ. meaning: накрывать
References: WP II 620 f
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