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Proto-IE: *ok'to
Meaning: num.: eight
Tokharian: A okät, B okt (PT *okt(ä)) 'eight' (Adams 110)
Old Indian: aṣtā́, -ā́u `eight'
Avestan: ašta
Armenian: uth
Old Greek: oktṓ, ord. ógdo(w)o-
Slavic: *osmь
Baltic: *ačtō̂-n-
Germanic: *axtō, *axtau
Latin: octō
Celtic: OIt ocht n-, Cymr wyth, NCorn eath, Bret eiz (< *ochtī)
Albanian: tetɛ
Russ. meaning: восемь
References: WP I 172 f
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