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Proto-IE: *kank-
Meaning: to dry, to be thursty, hungry
Old Indian: kāṅkṣati `to wish, desire', kakate (D.) `to wish'
Old Greek: ptc. pl. acc. kaŋkoménās `ksērā̂s tō̂i phóbōi' Hsch.; hom. polü-kaŋkḗ-s (dípsa) `sehr brennend', káŋkano- `dürr', 3 sg. kaŋkái̯nei̯ `thálpei, ksēráinei' (Hsch.), kaŋkaléo- <kaŋkaléa> `katakekauménos' (Hsch.)
Germanic: *xúnx-r-a-/*xung-r-á- m.; *xung-r-iá- vb.
Russ. meaning: сохнуть, жаждать, голодать
References: WP I 401
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