Proto-Indo-European Roots

Root/Stem: *sekw-
Meaning:  to follow
Hellenic Greek hepomai 'I follow'
Italic Latin sequor 'I follow', secundus 'second, the following'
Celtic Common Celtic *sekw- 'to follow' >
Old Irish sechur 'I follow', Middle Irish sechim, Welsh & Breton hep 'without'
Indic Sanskrit sacate, sacati 'he follows'
Iranian Avestan hac'aiti 'he follows'
Baltic Lithuanian sekti 'to follow', seka 'he follows', Latvian sekt 'to follow'
Notes: This root is one of the best to demonstrate the Indo-European labiovelar *kw sound and its reflections in separate dialects. The meaning remained also quite clear and never changed.