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Proto-Germanic: *milxmēn, *mulxn=
Meaning: cloud
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: milhma m. (n) `cloud'
Old Swedish: molin `cloud'
Swedish: moln `cloud'
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *(a)melk'-, -g'-
Meaning: cloudiness; cloudy, dark
Old Greek: amolgó-s m.: hom. (en) nüktòs amolgō̂i̯ usw.
Slavic: *molstь (~ -el-)
Baltic: *milč-, *milǯ- vb. intr. (Lith AC / Lett CIRC)
Germanic: *milx-m-an- m., *mulx-n=
Russ. meaning: облачность; облачный, темный
References: WP II 299
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Proto-Baltic: *milč-, *milǯ- vb. intr. (Lith AC / Lett CIRC)
Meaning: cloudy
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìlšti, mìlštis `sich zusammenziehen (vom Gewitter)'
Lettish: *mìlzt (inf. mil̂zt2, prs. mìlst2, prt. milza) `dunkel, nebelig werden'; ? milza, milze 'Haufe'; mil̃ze 'eine an der Oberfläche mit Eiter angefülte Wunde'
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