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Eurasiatic: *ṭoḳV
Meaning: beat
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *teuk-
Altaic: *t`ók`ù ( ~ -k-)
Uralic: *tukV (*tuɣV) (cf. also *tokka )
Kartvelian: Georg. (da-)ṭaḳan- 'an/zusammenstoßen, zusammenprallen, angreifen'
Dravidian: *tōɣ-
Comments: [Cf. also PIE *tek's-, PK *ṭḳeć- 1096; PA *tŭ̀gì 'to pound', PIE *dheug'h- `to beat, hit'; Drav. *tāk- 'to touch, hit'; Ur. tekV 'stossen' 1059, tokka 'stechen, stecken' 1668; NDr *tuk 'push']
References: Bomhard 1966, 157; ND 2335 *ṭäka 'to attack' (Georg. + differ. Alt. + Drav. *tāk- + Sem.); 2349 *ṭ[ü]Ḳa 'to thrust, stab' (IE *teuk-, Ur. *tokka-, *tekV, Alt. *t`ĭ́[k`]ù 'stuff into, press into' + Ndr *tuk-). Obviously several roots, but hard to sort out.
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