See also:EYEEYE (O. Eng. edge, Ger. Auge; derived from an Indo-European root also seen in Lat. oc-ulus, the organ of vision (q.v.)EYE (O. Eng. edge, Ger. Auge; derived from an Indo-See also:EUROPEANEuropean See also:ROOT (late O.E. rot, adopted from Scand., cf. Norw. and Swed. rot, Dan. rod; the true O.E. word was wyrt, plant, represented in Ger. Wurz or Wurzel; the ultimate root is the same in both words, and is seen in Lat. radix)ROOT, ELIHU (1845– )root also seen in See also:LATLat. oc-ulus, the See also:ORGANorgan of See also:VISION (from Lat. videre, to see), or SIGHTvision (q.v.)
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