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Proto-Altaic: *ki̯adi
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to put on, wear
Russian meaning: надевать, носить (одежду)
Turkic: *ged-
Mongolian: *kedü- / *keǯi-
Japanese: *kí-
Comments: KW 236, Poppe 19, Ozawa 197-199, JOAL 72, 73, 136, АПиПЯЯ 72. A possible TM match is Man. adu = Jurch. ha-du 'clothes' < *xadu (ТМС 1, 6); this would make us reconstruct *k`ajdi and suppose a secondary (assimilatory) voicing in Turk. *ged- < *ked-.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *ged-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put on
Russian meaning: надевать
Old Turkic: ked- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: keδ- (MK)
Turkish: gij-
Tatar: kij-
Middle Turkic: kej- (AH, Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: kij-
Uighur: kej-, kij-
Sary-Yughur: kez-
Azerbaidzhan: gej-
Turkmen: gej-
Khakassian: kis-
Shor: kes-
Oyrat: kij-
Halaj: käd-
Yakut: ket-
Dolgan: ket-
Tuva: ket-
Kirghiz: kij-
Kazakh: kĭj-
Noghai: kij-
Bashkir: kĭj-
Gagauz: gī-
Karaim: kij-
Karakalpak: kij-
Salar: kij-
Kumyk: gij-
Comments: EDT 700, VEWT 246, ЭСТЯ 3, 12-13, Лексика 472-473, Stachowski 146.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *kedü- / *kedi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to wear a garment 2 saddle cloth
Russian meaning: 1 надевать одежду 2 попона
Written Mongolian: kedür- 1 (L 442), keǯim 2 (L 462)
Khalkha: xeǯim 2
Buriat: xeder- 1
Kalmuck: ködr- 1, keǯǝm 2
Ordos: kedür- 1
Comments: KW 236. Mong. > Chag. keǯim etc. (ЭСТЯ 5, 18-19; see Щербак 1997, 205, Лексика 546). Mong. keǯim itself may be an old Turkic loanword, see TMN 1, 462.
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *kí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put on, wear
Russian meaning: надевать, носить (одежду)
Old Japanese: ki-
Middle Japanese: kjí-
Tokyo: kì-
Kyoto: kí-
Kagoshima: kí-
Comments: JLTT 709.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *ḳa(j)dV
Meaning: clothing
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *kā̆dh- ( + *kē̆d- (kh-) 2485)
Altaic: *ki̯adi (k`-)
Uralic: Sam. *ker-
References: ND 1014 *ḳA[ħ]dE 'to cover'.
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *kā̆dh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: cap, helmet
Germanic: *xōd-a- m.; *xatt-u- c.; *xatt-iōn- f.; ? *xad-r=; *xōd-ō f., *xōd-ē- vb.
Latin: cassis, -idis f. `Helm aus Metall'
Celtic: Cymr caddu `sorgen für'
Russ. meaning: шапка, шлем
References: WP I 341 f
Comments: [Most probably two different roots]
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *xōda-z; *xattu-z; *xattiōn; ? *xadr=; *xōdō, *xōdēn- vb.
Meaning: hood
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hɔtt-r m. `Hut, Kapuze'; hetta f. `Kapuze'
Norwegian: hatt `Hut', hott `Hauphaar', hetta
Swedish: hatt; hätta
Danish: hat; hätte
Old English: hōd m. `Kappe', hätt `der Hut'; hädre `sorglich, ängslich'; hōd `Obhut'
English: hood; hat
Old Frisian: hōd; hat; hōde, hūde `Obhut'
Old Saxon: hōd
Middle Dutch: hoet; hoede `hoede, bewaking, bewaring, bezit, voorzorg, wachter, bewaarplaats, aandacht, vrees, veilige plaats'
Dutch: hoed; hoede f.
Middle Low German: hōt; hȫde `Bewachung, Wache, Schutz, Hütung des Viehs, Viehweide'
Old High German: huot m. `der Hut, Haube, Helm' (8.Jh.); huota `Bewachung' (um 1000); huotēn `behüten, bewachsen'
Middle High German: huot st. m. 'hut, mütze'; huot(e) st. f. `Schaden verhindernde Aufsicht und Vorsicht, Bewachung, Schutz, Fürsorge; Wächter, Hinterhalt'
German: Hut m.; Hut f.
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 803
Root: kadh-
English meaning: to guard; to cover
German meaning: `hüten, schützend bedecken'
Material: Lat. cassis, -idis `Helm' (wenn echtlat., s. WH. I 177, dann aus *kadh-tis); vielleicht mir. cais `Liebe', mis-cuis `Haß' (*kadh-ti-s);

    ags. hædre `sorglich, ängstlich'; ahd. huota f. `die Hut, Obhut, Bewachung', ags. hōd, afries. hōde `Obhut', wovon ahd. huoten, ags. hēdan `behüten, bewachen'; ahd. huot m. `der Hut, Haube, Helm', ags. hōd m. `Kappe'; aisl. hǫttr und hattr, ags. hætt, engl. hat `der Hut' (*had-tu-), aisl. hetta `Каppе' (*hattjōn-); Kluge u. Hut, Zupitza Gutt. 206 f.; ags. heden `dress' = aisl. heðinn `Pelzrock' (*haðina-).

References: WP. I 341 f., WH. I 177.
Pages: 516
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : KVTV
Meaning : to cover
Eurasiatic : *ḳa(j)dV
Afroasiatic : *kV(ħ)d- 'cover' (Sem., Cush.)
Reference : ND 1014.
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