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Proto-IE: *leit- (-th-)
Meaning: to leave, to die
Tokharian: A, B lit- 'pass on, move'; A, B litk- 'remove, avert' (Adams 554)
Avestan: raēɵ- `sterben', prs. iriɵyeiti
Old Greek: <lói̯tǟ>: loítē = táphos, loiteúein = tháptein (Hsch.)
Germanic: *lī́ɵ-a- vb., *laid-iá- vb., *lid-a- n., *laid-ō f., *lai[ɵ]-ia- n., etc.
Russ. meaning: уходить; умирать
References: WP II 401 f
Proto-IE: *lek-
Meaning: to fly, to rush
Old Greek: *l[ē]káō: lēkā̂n = tò pròs ōidḕn orkheîsthai Hsch.
Slavic: *letētī, *lētātī
Baltic: *lē̃k- (*lek-ja-) vb., *lak-ā̂ f., *lak-t-ā̂ f., *lak-s-t-ā̂ f.
Russ. meaning: лететь, мчаться
References: Fraenkel 353
Proto-IE: *lek(')h-
Meaning: crooked, hooked
Old Greek: lékhrio- `schräg, quer, schief', adv. lékhris `id.', adv. likriphís `quer, seitwärts, mit einem Seitensprung'
Latin: licinus, -a `aufwärts gekrümmt'
Russ. meaning: кривой, загнутый
References: WH
Proto-IE: *lekʷs-, *leuks-
Meaning: thigh, groin
Germanic: *liusk-an- m., *líxw-iz- n., *li(g)w-iz-an- m.
Celtic: *leksā > OIr less `Hüfte'
Russ. meaning: бедро; пах
References: WP II 420 f
Proto-IE: *lelēy-
Meaning: to swing, to rock to sleep
Old Indian: lelā́yati `to move to and fro, quiver, tremble, shake', instr. leláyā `quivering, flickering, shaking about'
Slavic: *lelḗjātī, *lēljātī
Baltic: *lel-(j)ā̂- vb.
Russ. meaning: качать, укачивать
References: WP II 349
Proto-IE: *lemb-
Meaning: to sink, to fall
Old Indian: rámbate, lámbate `to hang down, dangle, sink, go down'; lambana- `hanging down', lamba-karṇa- `having pendulous ears'
Germanic: *limp-a- vb., *lump=
Russ. meaning: опускаться, падать
References: WP II 431 f
Proto-IE: *lemb-
Meaning: frill, fringe
Germanic: *lump-ōn- f.
Latin: limbus, -ī m. `Besatz am Kleid; Saum; Randschnur, Binde'
Russ. meaning: оборка, бахрома
References: WP II 431 f
Proto-IE: *lemǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to break
Slavic: *lomī́tī, *lomъ; *lāmātī, *lāmljǭ; *lēmātī
Baltic: *lam-in̂- vb., *lam-añt-a- c., *lim̂- vb. intr.; lō̂m-a- c. (1), *lō̂m-ā̂ f. (1)
Germanic: *lam-a- adj., *lam-ja- vb., *lum-a- adj., *lum-ō- vb., *lōm-ia- vb.
Russ. meaning: ломать
References: WP II 433 f
Proto-IE: *lemǝ-
Meaning: to condemn, to seize, to tame
Old Indian: rádhyati, caus. randháyati, ptc. raddhá- `to become subject to; to make subject to, deliver over to; to hurt, torment'
Baltic: *lem̂-, *lem̃- vb. tr., *lem̃-ti- c.
Germanic: *lam-ja- vb.
Russ. meaning: присуждать, овладевать, приручать
References: WP II 433 f
Comments: [Possibly = *lemǝ- 'to break']
Proto-IE: *lendh-
Meaning: reservoir
Germanic: *lind-iō f., *lund-iō(n-) f.
Celtic: Gaul Lindi-macus (Flussname); OIr lind, gen. linde `Wasser, Teich, See', Ir lionn, gen. leanna `ale', Cymr llyn `Trank; Teich', Corn lyn `Wasser', OBret Λίνδον ON, Bret lenn `Teich'
Russ. meaning: водоем
References: WP II 438
Proto-IE: *lendh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: uncultivated land
Slavic: *lę̄́da, *lę̄́do, *lę̄djā
Baltic: *lind-a- n.
Germanic: *land-a- n.; *land-iōn- f.; *lund-a- m.; *lind-iōn- f.
Celtic: OIr land `freier Platz', dat. ith-laind area (ith- `Getreide'); OCymr it-lann, NCymr ydlan `area', MCymr lan `area', Corn lan `Heide, Steppe', Bret lann `Heide, Steppe'; Gall *landa > Fr lande
Russ. meaning: чисто поле
References: WP II 438 f
Proto-IE: *lendhw-
Meaning: kidney, waist
Slavic: *lę̄dvā, *lę̄dvo, *lę̄dvь etc.
Germanic: *lind=, *landw-iō f., *lund-i- c.
Latin: lumbus, -ī m. `Lende'
Russ. meaning: почка (анат.), поясница
References: WP II 438
Proto-IE: *leng-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to swing
Tokharian: A, B länk- 'hang' (Adams 551)
Old Indian: laṅgati `to limp', laṅga- `limping, lame'; raṅgati `to move to and fro, rock'
Baltic: *lan̂g-ā̂-, *lan̂g-ī̂- (2), *lang-ō̂-, *ling-ō̂-, *lung-ō̂- vb., *lin̂g-iā̃ f., *ling-s-t-i- c.
Germanic: *link-a- adj., *lank-iōn- f., *lank-ō- vb., *lunk-ō- vb., *slink-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: колебаться, раскачиваться
References: WP II 436, 7... ff
Proto-IE: *leng(')h-
Meaning: to reach, to receive
Old Greek: laŋkhánō, aor. élakhon, caus. lelakhē̂n, pf. léloŋkha `durchs Los erlangen, teilhaft werden', lóŋkhǟ f. `Anteil'
Germanic: *lang-ē- vb., *lang-ō- vb.
Russ. meaning: дотягиваться, получать
References: WP II 436
Proto-IE: *lenk(ʷ)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to bend
Slavic: *lǭkъ, *lę̄kǭ, *lę̄ktī, *lǭčītī
Baltic: *leñk- (-ja-) vb. tr., *leñk-mō̃ (-men-) c., *lañk-a- c., *liñk- vb. intr., *lañk-s-t-u-, *luñk-an-a- adj., *lañk-ī̂- vb., *lañk-t-a- m., *luñk-[a]- m.
Albanian: lēngor 'flexible'
Russ. meaning: гнуть
References: Fraenkel 357, Vasmer 551, Buck 28.
Comments: Tradicionally including Lat lanx, -cis f. 'Schüssel, Schale' (but why?)
Proto-IE: *lent-, *lent-s-
Meaning: lentil
Slavic: *lę̄tjā
Baltic: *leñš-ia- c.
Germanic: *lins-ī(n-) f.
Latin: lēns, gen. lentis, acc. -em/-im f. 'чечевица'
Russ. meaning: злак (чечевица)
References: Fraenkel 358
Proto-IE: *lep-
Meaning: to shout, to mutter
Old Indian: lapati `to chatter, talk, lament, weep', rápati `id.'
Other Iranian: NPers lāba, lāwa `Schmeichelei'
Slavic: *lepetātī, *lopotātī
Celtic: *leho- > MCymr llefein `schreien', Cymr llēf `Stimme'
Russ. meaning: кричать, говорить
References: WP II 429
Proto-IE: *lep-
Meaning: to peel, to skin
Old Greek: lépō, ft. apo-lépsō, inf. aor. apo-lepsémen (Hom.), aor. élepsa, ft.pass. ek-lăpḗsomai̯, pf. apo-lélemmai 'string off the rind or husks, peel, bark', lépos n. 'Rinde, Schale', lopó-s 'Schale, Rinde, abgezogene Haut, Fell'
Slavic: *lepenь (Sloven lépen, Rus dial. лепень usw.), *lepestъ, *lepexā
Baltic: *lap-a- c., *lap-ā̂ f.
Russ. meaning: обдирать (кору, кожу)
References: Fraenkel 339 f
Proto-IE: *lepa-
Meaning: stone, rock
Old Greek: lépas n. `kahler Fels, Berg', lepâi̯o- `felsig'
Latin: lapis, gen. -idis m. (/f.) `Stein, Edelstein'
Other Italic: Umbr abl. vapeře `sella', vapersus `sellīs'
Russ. meaning: камень, скала
References: WP II 431
Proto-IE: *lep-, *lēp-
Meaning: nice, good
Old Greek: leptó- `fein, dünn, zierlich, schwach'; laparó- 'slack, loose'; ?? alapádzō 'to empty, dry, exhaust', alapadnó- 'easily exhausted'
Slavic: *lēpъ(jь)
Baltic: *lep- vb. inch., *lep-ē̂- vb., *lep-n-a-, *lep-n-u-, *lep-u- adj., *lē̃p- vb. inch.
Latin: lepidus, -a `zierlich, niedlich, allerliebst'
Russ. meaning: милый, хороший
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