āknats

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Tocharian A[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Tocharian *āknātsā, probably corresponding to a Proto-Indo-European root *ṇ-ǵnō-tyḤ < *ṇ-ǵneh₃-to-, *ṇ-ǵneh₃-tih₂ , from *ǵneh₃- (know), deriving its meaning from that of "ignorant". Compare Sanskrit अज्ञात (ájñāta, unknown), Latin īgnōtus (unknown, ignorant), Ancient Greek ἄγνωτος (ágnōtos, unknown, also ignorant). Compare Tocharian B aknātsa.

Adjective[edit]

āknats

  1. foolish, stupid

Noun[edit]

āknats

  1. fool

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