From: Jens Elmegård Rasmussen
> *H2kous-n-yo > *kas-n-yo (*H2 attested only in Greek; *ou >
> *ka:njo (loss of /s/ cause the lengthening of preceding vowel *asn- > -
> a:n-) > *konj (*a: > Alb. /o/), later prefixed form n- (<*H1en) +konj
> > ngonj `I hear'.hear').
> (cf. Eng. to hear, Gr. akuein `id.', Serb-Croat. <c^uti> `to
> Geg form seems to be regular, as phonetically, as semanticallyfrom
> speaking, but problematic is Tosk form <dëgjoj> `I hear', derived
> prefixed form dë-koj, that, according to Barich is akin toya
> Greek "akuein".
> I wonder if also Alb. <shqisë> `sense' is also derive from *sku:d-
> (cf. Serb-Croat <c^ulo> `id.').The verb is a borrowing from Latin intelligo. Gustav Meyer has it
> Any help?