The Phrygian word ΚΝΑΙΚΑ
k n a i k a
Transliteration knaika
Meaning woman
See also Linear B: ku-na-ki-si ‘for women’
Lydian: kãna- ‘wife’
Armenian: kin ‘woman, wife’
Cypriot Syllabic Script: ku-na ‘woman, wife’
Cypriot Syllabic Script: ku-na-i-ki ‘woman, wife’
Greek: γυναίκα ‘woman’
Proto-Indo-European: *gʷénha ‘woman, wife’
Cappadocian Greek: ναίκα ‘wife’
C. Luwian: wa-na-a ‘woman’
Hittite: kuu̯an- ‘woman’
Synonyms ΒΟΝΟΚ-

Other words that might be of interest
ΑΝΑΡ ‘man, husband’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΕ ‘brother’, ΖΕΜΕΛΩΣ ‘man, human being’, ΠΑΤΗΡ ‘father’, ΓΕΛΑΡΟΣ ‘sister in law’, ΟΡΟΥΑΝ ‘guardian, warden, father’, ΠΕΝΘΕΡΩ ‘father in law’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΑΙΣ ‘brother’, ΙΑΝΑΤΕΡΑ ‘husband’s brother’s wife’, ΟΥΕΛΑ- ‘family, relatives’, ΟΡΟΥΕΝΑΝ ‘father’, ΖΕΙΡΑ ‘hand, children, living’, ΕΡΟΚΑ ‘progeny, family’, ΚΟΡΟΑΝ ‘girl’, ↑ΙΡΑJ ‘living, children’