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Proto-Baltic: *drag-ā̂-, ō̂- vb., *drag-ul-ia- c.
Meaning: tear, beat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: drãgōti 'zerbrechen, zerkleinern, zerschlagen, vernichten, zerstören, zerreissen'
Lettish: dragât (-āju), draguôt 'schmettern, schlagen; zerren, reissen, erschüttern, zerbrechen, vertsṭummeln; zeideln'; dragulis 'Fieberschauer; unruhiger Mensch'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *dreg-
Meaning: to drag, to scrape
Baltic: *drag-ā̂-, ō̂- vb., *drag-ul-ia- c.
Germanic: *trik-a- vb.; *trak-ja- vb.
Russ. meaning: тащить, скрести
References: WP I 797 f
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *trikan-; *trakjan- vb.
Meaning: drag, scrape, pull
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Dutch: trekken st./wk., trēken st. `trekken, plaatsen, brengen, zich bewegen'
Dutch: trekken
Middle Low German: trecken st./wk. `ziehen (tr., intr.)'
Old High German: { trehhan `schieben, stossen, stossweise ziehen, scharren, scharrend verdecken' }
Middle High German: trɛcken wk. 'ziehen', trëchen st. intr. 'ziehen', tr. 'ziehen, zerren, schieben'
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