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EYE

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Interesting seems the connection between the words for "wheel", "circle", "see" and "eye".

Finnish and Votic "aukko" is almost identical to Gothic "augō".


OK- OG-

Latin: oculus

Venetian: ocio, òcio

Old Church Slavonic: око ⱁⰽⱁ (oko)

Old East Slavic: око (oko)

Russian: о́ко (óko)

Rusyn: о́ко (óko)

Ukrainian: о́ко (óko)

Bulgarian: око́ (okó)

Macedonian: око (oko)

Serbo-Croatian: о̏ко, ȍko

Slovene: okọ̑

Czech: oko

Slovak: oko

Kashubian: òkò

Polish: oko

Latgalian: oklys ("blind")

Aromanian: oclju

Sardinian: ociu, oclu, ocru, ogiu, oglu

Campidanese: ogu

Saterland Frisian: Ooge

Old Saxon: ōga

Middle Low German: ōge

Hamburgisch: Oog

Westmünsterländisch: Ooge, Oog

Old Dutch: ōga

Middle Dutch: oge

Dutch: oog

Limburgish: oug

Old High German: ouga

Middle High German: ouge

Old Swedish: ø̄gha

Swedish: öga

Old Danish: ø̄ghæ

Jamtish: ouge

Elfdalian: oga

Crimean Gothic: oeghene (plural)

Sanskrit: लोचन (locana)

Assamese: চকু (sôku)

Sylheti: souk


O-

Ancient Greek: ὄψ (óps)

Ancient Greek: ὄμμα (ómma)

Ancient Greek: ὀφθαλμός (ophthalmós)

Ancient Greek: ὄσσε (ósse) (plural)

Portuguese: olho

Spanish: ojo

Danish: øje

Norwegian Bokmål: øye

Daco-Romanian: ochi

Italian: occhio

Central Franconian: Ooch, Auch, Au

Sauerländisch: Äoge, Eyege, Ouge, Oue


VO-

Slovincian: vʉ̀ɵ̯kɵ

Belarusian: во́ка (vóka)

Lower Sorbian: woko, hoko

Upper Sorbian: woko

Silesian: uoko

Polabian: våťü


A-

---> Finnish: aukko

---> Estonian: auk

---> Votic: aukko

Jatvingian: augi ("eyes")

Gothic: 𐌰𐌿𐌲𐍉 (augō)

Old Norse: auga

Norwegian Nynorsk: auga

Icelandic: auga

Gutnish: auge

Sauerländisch: Auge

Westrobothnian: auge, æue, æuwę, øg, ög, yg, y

Alemannic German: Aug

German: Auge

Old Frisian: āge, āg

Luxembourgish: A

Pennsylvania German: Aag

Vilamovian: aojg

Armenian: աչք (ačʿkʿ)

Old Armenian: ակն (akn), աչք (ačʿkʿ)

Urdu: آنکھ‎‎ (ā̃ṅkh)

Romani: jakh

Latgalian: acs

Latvian: acs

Old Prussian: ackis

Samogitian: akis

Lithuanian: akis

Sanskrit: अक्षि (ákṣi)

Tocharian A: ak

Latvian: akls ("blind, eyeless")

Lithuanian: aklas ("blind, eyeless")


E-

Old English: ēaġe, ēġe

Middle English: eȝhe, eȝe, yȝe, yë

English: eye

Scots: ee

West Frisian: each

Faroese: eyga

Tocharian B: ek

Sauerländisch: Äoge, Eyege

Ravensbergisch-Lippisch: Äuge


C-

Avestan: cašman

Ossetian: цæст (cæst)

Ossetian: цасм (casm), цанс (cans) ("loop, noose, snare")

Tajik: чашм (čašm)

Iranian Persian: چشم‎ (čašm, češm)

Hindi: चश्मा (caśmā)

Sanskrit: चक्षु (cákṣu)

Bengali: চক্ষু (côkkhu)

Gujarati: ચક્ષુ (cakṣu)

Hindi: चक्षु (cakṣu)

Bengali: চোখ (cokh)

Pali: cakkhu

Talysh: چم‎‎ (cam)


OTHER

Scanian: yva

North Frisian Föhr-Amrum: uug

Plautdietsch: Uag


Non Indo-European languages:

Chamicuro: ojki (ohki)


Article published on the 30th of October 2018.


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