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Proto-IE: *sk(')ēy- (-kh-)
Meaning: to split; to distinguish
Old Indian: chyati `to cut off', ptc. chāta-, chitá- `abgeschnitten', caus. chāyáyati
Avestan: fra-sānǝm `Zerstörung, Vernichtung'
Old Greek: skháō, skházdō, aor. skhásai̯, ps. skhasthē̂nai̯, pf. ps. éskhasmai̯ `einen Einschnitt machen, aufritzen, eine Ader öffnen, (das Blut) strömen lassen, freien Lauf geben, fallenlassen, nachlassen'; skhási-s f. `das Ritzen, Aderlass, das Loslassen', skhásma n. `Schröpfung'
Germanic: *skajj-ṓn- f., *skai-n-ō- vb., *ski-r=, *skei-r-ia- vb., *skī-d=/*skī-ɵ=, *skái-ɵa-/*skai-d-á- vb., *skai-[ɵ]-ō f.
Latin: sciō, scīre, scīvī, scītum `in Erfahrung gebracht haben, wissen', scīscō, -ere, scīvī, scītum `(durch Abstimmung) entscheiden', plēbīscītum n. `vom Volk gefällte Entscheidung', scītus, -ä `gescheit', scītārī `zu erfahren suchen, befragen'
Celtic: *skejVn- > MIr scian `Messer'; Cymr ysgien `Messer, Schwert'
Russ. meaning: расщеплять; различать
References: WP II 542 f
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