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Proto-IE: *kagʷh-
Meaning: fence; box
Old Indian: kákṣā f. `a surrounding wall, place surrounded by walls'
Germanic: *xag-a- m., n., *xag-an- m., *xag-ja- m., *xag-an-a- m.; *xag-in-ō- vb.
Latin: cavea `Gehege, Käfig, Bienenstock', pl. caulae f. `Gehege oder Schranken um Altäre und Tribunale, Schafhürden'; cōlum, -ī n. `Seihkorb, Seihgefäss, Durchschlag; Fischreuse'
Celtic: OBret pl. caiou `munimenta', Cymr cae `saepes, clausum', Corn kē `Gehege', MBret quae, NBret kae `Dornhecke, Zaun'
Russ. meaning: загородка, коробка
References: WP I 337 f
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