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Proto-IE: *kʷey-
Meaning: to gather, to prepare, to order
Tokharian: ? A ske, B skeye (PT *skeye) 'zeal, effort, predisposition, temptation', B skai- 'to strive, attempt' (Adams 707)
Old Indian: cinóti, ptc. citá- `to arrange in order, heap up, pile up, collect, gather together'; caya- m. `a mound of earth, heap, pile, collection'; citā́ f. `layer, pile', cíti- f. `layer, pile, stack', cītí- f. `collecting'
Avestan: kay-, čayeiti, činvaiti `aussuchen, wählen', vī- `scheiden, distinguere', ham- `colligere, (Schrittlängen) aneinander legen'
Other Iranian: NPers čīdan `sammeln'
Old Greek: poi̯éō `mache, herstellen, erzeugen, dichten, tun, handeln', arto-poi̯ó-s `Bäcker'; arg. poiwēsans, epoiwēhe, epoiwēthē, boeot. epoiwēse
Slavic: *čīnъ, gen. -ū; *čīnī́tī; *kojī́tī `bereiten, anstellen'
Russ. meaning: собирать, готовить, упорядочивать
References: WP I 509 f
piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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