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Proto-IE: *smeik-, -g-
Meaning: thin, narrow, little; twig, pole; crumb
Old Greek: mīkró-, smīkró- `klein, kurz, gering'
Slavic: *smьglъ(jь), *smīglъ(jь) (Pol śmigɫy `schlank, schmächtig'); *smīgā: Pol śmiga `dünne Rute'
Baltic: *smaĩg-a-, *smaig-al-ia- c
Germanic: *smik-r-a- adj.
Latin: mīca f. `Krume (pānis), Korn (salis); ein Bisschen'
Russ. meaning: тонкий, узкий, маленький; прут, жердь; крошка
References: WP II 685 f
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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