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-œk*
fac dis tg
nbsp; IE *weyḱ- > Greek οἶκος (oikos)

1. Abode where something dwells, resides or operates.
2. (act itg > act) Facility where an action takes place.

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Gm. weihs/, Lith. viešas, Ltv. viesis, Russ. весь (ves'), Av. vīs, Alb. vis, Skr. विश् (viś), Lat. vīcus, Polish wieś, Old Prussian waispattin, Toch. /īke, OCS vĭsĭ.

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Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
abœk* fac dis tg Monastery. Literally abode for clergy. Monastery, Abbey
ækœk* fac dis tg Torture chamber.
œnorœk* gen fac dis tg Winery.
akwilœk* dis tg Eagle's nest. Abode
almœk* act fac dis tg School, university, college. Facility of education. Education
ambikœk* fac dis tg Refinery, still, alembic.
aþlœk* fac dis tg Athletic arena, stadium.
avœk* fac dis tg 1. Aircraft hangar. 2. Birdhouse.
awrœk* dis tg Goldmine.
balnœk* fac dis tg Bathroom; bathhouse. Bath
bejœk* dis tg Beehive. Abode
buœk* fac dis tg House. Freestanding abode of permanent habitation. House
ðornœk* dis tg Bird nest. Abode
edœk* fac dis tg Restaurant. Facility for eating. Restaurant
fetempœk* abl dis tg Abortion clinic.
fœk* ab cau fac dis tg Causative facility.
morwœk* dis tg Anthill. Abode
fumodœk* dat fac dis tg Smokehouse.
fumorœk* gen fac dis tg Room or place designated for smoking.
fyœk* fac dis tg Botanical garden.
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