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Proto-IE: *nogʷh-, *nogʷh-t-
Meaning: night
Hittite: neku- (I) 'es wird Abend, es dämmert', nekut- c. 'Abend' (Friedrich 150)
Tokharian: A nakcu, B nekcīye 'last night, at night' (PT *nekʷcäwye-) (Adams 342)
Old Indian: nákta- (acc. náktam) n., naktā́ (instr. naktayā́) f. `at night'; nak, nákti- f. `night'; aktā́ `night'; aktú- m. `dark tinge, darkness, night; tinge, ray, light'
Old Greek: nǘks, gen. nüktós f. `Nacht'; in Zs. nükti-, nükto-; adv. nǘktōr `nachts'; *acc. nü̆́khă = nǘktōr Hsch., hom. ẹ̄ná-nükho- `neun Nächte hindurch' (adj.), én-nükho-, en-nǘkhio- `nächtlich, in der Nacht', pan-nǘkhio- die ganze Nacht dauernd, nǘkhio- `nächtlich', *loc. au̯to-nükhī́ (~ -éi) 'in derselben Nacht' Arat., A.R.; ? aktī́s, gen. -ī̂n-os f. `Strahl, Licht' (see PIE *Ang-)
Slavic: *notjь
Baltic: *nakt-i- (*nakt=)
Germanic: *naxt- c., *naxt-i- c.
Latin: nox, gen. noctis (OLat nox), alb. nocte, pl. gen. noctium `Nacht'; adv. (*gen.) nox `nachts'; noctū `bei Nacht'
Celtic: OIr innocht `hac nocte'; Cymr peu-noeth `jede Nacht', heno `hac nocte', nos `Nacht', neit-hiwyr, neit-hwyr `last night' (hwyr `Abend'); MCymr trannoeth `am folgendfen Tage', Corn haneth `hac nocte', nos `Nacht', nehues `last night', Bret henoz `hac nocte', noz `Nacht', NBret neizeur `last night', MBret neyzor `last night'
Albanian: natɛ Nacht
Russ. meaning: ночь
References: WP II 337 f
Comments: Cont. with *Ang- 'early'.
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