kwen-


kwen-
Holy. Oldest form *k̑wen-, becoming *kwen- in centum languages. Suffixed zero-grade form *kwn̥-s-lo-. housel, from Old English hūsl, hūsel, sacrifice, Eucharist, from Germanic *hunslam.
 
[Pokorny *k̑u̯en- 630.]

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