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Proto-IE: *denk'e-
Meaning: to bite
Tokharian: B tsāk- 'pierce, bite (of a snake)' (Adams 731)
Old Indian: dáśati, pf. dadáṁśa `to bite'; daṁśa- m. `bite, sting, stinging insect'; dáṁṣṭra- m., daṁṣṭrā f. `large tooth, tusk, fang'
Avestan: tiži-dąstra- `mit scharfem Gebiss, Gezähn'
Old Greek: dáknō, aor. édakon, dē̂ksai̯, pass. dē̂khthē̂nai̯, dakē̂nai̯; pf. dédēgmai̯, ptc. dedagméno-, dédē̂kha, va. á-dē̂kto- `beissen; stechen (con Insekten ),; verletzen'; dē̂gma `Biss, Stich', dē̂gmó-s id.; daketó-n `beissendes Tier', dákos n. `id.; Biss, Stich', dagmó-s m. `Biss, Stich', dágma id.', dē̂ksi-s `id.', dḗktǟ-s `Beisser, beissend'
Germanic: *tang-ō(n-) f., *tang-r-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: кусать
References: WP I 790 f
piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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