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Proto-IE: *ak'-
Meaning: sharp; peak
Tokharian: B akwatse a. 'sharp', akwam-pere n. 'sprout and stalk' (Adams 4); A āk, B āke 'end' (37)
Old Indian: áśri-ḥ `the sharp side of anything, edge, corner', catur-aśra- `four-cornered'; OInd aśáni-ḥ `tip of a missile'
Other Iranian: NPers ās 'Mühlstein'
Armenian: aseɫn `Nadel'
Old Greek: ákro- `äusserst, oberst, höchst, an der Spitze befindlich', ákro-n n. , ákrā f. `das äusserste Ende, Spitze, Höhe, Vorgebirge', ákri-s, -ios f. `Berggipfel'; ákai̯na f. `Spitze, Stachel; Längen-, Flachenmass von 10 (100) Fuss'; ákōn, gen. -ontos m. `Wurfspiess, Wurflanze'; ákato-s f. (/m.) 'light vessel, boat'; akmǟ́ f. `Spitze, Schärfe, Schneide, Höhepunkt, rechter Zeitpunkt'; akónǟ f. `Wetzstein'; aktǟ́ f. `Vorgebirge, Felsküste, schroffes Ufer, Landzunge, Kante'; ion., att. akís, -ídos f. `Bez. allerhand spitzer Gegenstände wie Nadel, Pfeil, Widerhaken, Meissel'; akǟ́ f. 'point' (Suid., Hsch.), akōkǟ́ f. `Spitze (einer Lanze, Eines Schwertes usw.)'; ǟkés = oksǘ Hsch., püri-ǟ́kēs/ -ǟkḗs 'mit feuriger Spitze', amph-ǟ́kēs `mit beidseitiger Schneide', tanü-ǟ́kēs `mit dünner Schneide'; <ǟkǟ́>: ēkḗ (Hsch.) Ion. = akḗ, akōkḗ; Archil. 'edge, meeting-point'; ákano-s m. `Distelart (Atractylis gummifera); dorniger Fruchtkopf', ákan, -nos `id.', ákantho-s `Bärenklau (Acanthus mollis)', ákantha `Distel, Dorn; Rückgrat', ákorna `Distelart' (Thphr.)
Slavic: *ostrъ; *ostьnъ `Stachel'; *osъtъ, *osьlā, *osьlъkъ
Baltic: *ač-r-u- adj., *ač-mō̃ (*ač-men-es), *ač-ak-ā̂ f., *ač-[a]- adj., etc.
Germanic: *ag-jō f., *agj-a- n.; *agi=; *ug=
Latin: ācer, -cris (OLat ācer), -e, OLat ācer, -cra, -crum `scharf'; acerbus, -a `scharf, schneidend, herb, unreif, unangenehm, schmerzlich'; aciēs, -ēī f. `Schärfe, Schneide'; acēre `sauer sein', acidus, -a `sauer', acor m. `Säure', acētum `Essig', acus, -ūs f. (Pl in., Gramm. m.) `Nadel', acuō, -uī, -ūtum, -uere `schärfe, wetze, spitze', acia f. `Faden zum Nähen und Heften', aquifolium, -ī n. / aquifolia f. `Stechpalme, Stecheiche, krataigṓn', aquifolius, -a `von Stechenpalmenholz'; aculeus, -ī m. `Stachel von Tieren, Pflanzen'
Other Italic: Osk akrid `acri' od. `acriter'; Umbr peracri `opimus'
Celtic: Gaul Akrotalus "mit hoher Stirn"; OIr ēr `hoch' (*akro-s); Ir aittenn `Stechginster' (*aktīnā); Cymr eithiw `voll Stacheln' (*aktīu̯o-), eithin `Stechginster' (*aktīnā), NBret ek `Spitze'; *ākulēnā; *aku̯īli̯o-s: Cymr ebill `Bohrer' (*aku̯īli̯o-s), OCymr ocoluin `cos', NCymr agalen, hogalen (*hākulēnā), Corn epill hoern `clavus', MBret ebil `Pflock, Stift, Nagel', NBret higolen `Wetzstein'
Russ. meaning: острый; острая вершина
References: WP I 28 f
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