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nudo (1) (Adjective) "naked"
13th cent. From Latin nudus 'id.' From Proto-Italic *noweþo- 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *nogw-odho- 'id.,' derived from *nogws 'id.'
Indo-European
Celtic
Old Irish nocht "naked," Middle Welsh noeth 'id.,' Old Breton noit 'id.,' Cornish noeth 'id.'
Germanic
Gothic naqaþs "naked," Old Norse nøkkviðr "naked," Old High German nackot "naked," Old English nacod 'id.' (English naked)
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic nagъ "naked," Russian nagój 'id.,' Czech nahý 'id.,' Polish nagi 'id.,' Slovene nȃg 'id.,' Old Prussian nognan "leather," Lithuanian núogas "naked," Latvian nuôgs 'id.'
Armenian
Armenian merk "naked"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit nagná- "naked," Young Avestan maɣna- 'id.'