Just Russian language things 😂

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  1. Just a different Slavic root.
    From Old East Slavic глазъ (glazŭ, “ball, eye”), from Proto-Slavic *glazъ (“ball”), from Proto-Indo-European *g(ʰ)el- (“round, spherical, stone”).

    Russian also has око and it is a well-known albeit not a commonly used word. We do prefer glaz.

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