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Proto-IE: *kenk-
Meaning: to gird
Old Indian: kañcate (D.), kāñcate `to bind', kāñcī f. `girdle'
Baltic: *kiñk-ī̂- vb., *kiñk-t-a- c.
Latin: cingō, -ere, -xī, -ctum `umgürten, umringen, umschliessen', cingula f. `Gürtel', cinctum n. `Gurt'
Other Italic: Umbr s̀ihitu `cinctos', ans̀ihitu `non cinctos'
Russ. meaning: опоясывать
References: WP I 400 f

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