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Haskel) hakël “needle, fishbone” : Lat. aculeus -i m. , esp. , painful thoughts, cutting remarks”. It seems Alb. Bret. hygo(u)len, Bret. higolenn “whetstone”] has preserved the old laryngeal ḫ-. E. eher “ear “ see under s- formant. 3. u-stem: Gk. ἄχυρον “chaff” see under s-formant; Lat. acus, - ūs f. ; sharpness of intellect; cunning, trickery”, acia (*acu-i̯ü) “thread to the sewed”, aquifolium (beside ücrifolium) “holly”, aculeus ‘sting”, accipiter “hawk, falcon” (*acu-peter “quick-flying”); Maybe Alb.
Ind. ), Gk. ᾽Ακκώ “ nurse of Demeter “, ἀκκώ “ ghost “, ἀκκίζεσθαι “ be coy, position oneself stupidly “, Lat. Acca Lürentia “ Laren mother, Roman hall goddess “ (probably Etruscan); also into Small-Asian languages; compare lapp. Madder-akka “earth mother”. Maybe Alb. Ajkuna “great mother” in Alb. epos. References: WP. I 34, WH. I 5. about Toch. ammaki see under am(m)a. org/ Page 60 An Etymological Dictionary of the Proto-Indo-European Language ak̂-, ok̂- (*hekʷ-) English meaning: ‘sharp; stone” Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘scharf, spitz, kantig” and ‘stein” Material: 1.
PN Acu-mincum ‘salt stone” : Alb. (*ak̂u-̯ īli̯ o-) akull “ice, sharp ice”. Ger. Achel f. Ger. aggel (with spirant. E. üwel m. N. soð-üll “meat fork” (Gmc. *ahwala-, IE *ák̂u-̯ olo-); if here gallo-Lat. opulus “common maple “ (Marstrander, Corr. -celt. N. uggr etc. E. éar see s-formant; Welsh ebill “drill”, mbr. ebil “peg, nail “ (*ak̂u̯-īli̯ o-); Note: The mutation kw > p, b in Celtic tongues, Lat. and Gk. org/ Page 63 An Etymological Dictionary of the Proto-Indo-European Language Balt *ašus in Ltv.