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Proto-IE: *pak(')s-
Meaning: a k. of foot-wear
Old Greek: páks = hüpódēma euüpódēton (Hsch.) (LS considers this meaning as Hesych's misundertsnding of páks exclam., to end of discussion, 'enough!']
Celtic: OIr assa `soccus', ō assaib `sandalis', nu-t-asigthe du gall-asu `calcia te gallicas tuas'
Russ. meaning: вид обуви
References: WP II 3
Proto-IE: *pAks-
Meaning: hair
Old Indian: pakṣman- n. `eyelashes; hair (of a deer), filament', pakṣmala- `having long eyelashes; hairy, shaggy'
Avestan: pašna- n. `Augenlied'
Other Iranian: NPers pašm `Wolle'
Germanic: *faxs-a- n.
Russ. meaning: волосы
References: WP II 16 f
Proto-IE: *pAk(ʷ)s-
Meaning: bosom, groin
Old Indian: pakṣá- m. `wing, pinion, feather; shoulder; flank, side', pákṣas n. `side; wing'
Slavic: *pāxъ
Baltic: *pak[š]-i- c.
Russ. meaning: пазуха, etc.
References: WP II 3 f
Proto-IE: *pal-
Meaning: to shake
Old Greek: pállō, -omai̯, aor. épǟla, pǟ́lasthai̯, pálto, hom. am-pepalṓn, pepálesthe, pepalésthai̯, ps. ana-palẹ̄̂s, pf. m. pépalmai̯, va. paltó- `schütten, schwingen, Lose schütteln, losen', md. `sich schwingen; springen, hüpfen'; pálo-s m. `(geschütteeltes) Los', paltó-n n. `Wurfspiess', palmó-s m. `Schwingung, Pulsschlag', pálsi-s f. `das Schwingen etc.'; inf. paipálein = seíein Hsch.
Slavic: *poltī, *poljǭ `веять (трясением в решете), трясти'
Latin: palpārī `streicheln, schmeicheln'
Russ. meaning: трясти
References: WP II 52 f
Proto-IE: *pAl[A]-, *plā- (~ -ō-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to burn
Slavic: *polḗtī, *poljǭ; *pālātī; *poltī, *poljǭ/*pъljǭ; *pālī́tī; *polnǭtī; *polmen-; *pɨ̄lātī
Germanic: *flōw-a- adj., *flaw-a- adj., *flōw-ia- m.
Russ. meaning: гореть
References: WP II 58 f
Proto-IE: *palam-, *palan-; *plām-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: palm (of hand)
Old Indian: pāṇí- m. `hand'
Avestan: pǝrǝnā `hohle Hand'
Old Greek: palámǟ f. `(flache) Hand, Handhabe, Mittel, Veranstaltung', palastǟ́ `Handfläche, Breite von vier Fingern'
Germanic: *fulm-ō f.
Latin: palma f. `flache Hand; Gänsefuss, Geweihschaufel; Backenstreich, Ohrfeige; Ruderschaufel, Schoss, ausserster Zweig'; palmus, -ī m. `die Hand als Längenmass, Spanne'
Celtic: OIr lām `Hand'; Cymr llaw `Hand', OCorn lof `Hand'
Russ. meaning: ладонь
References: WP II 61 f
Proto-IE: *palǝ-
Meaning: a big piece of fabric, linen
Baltic: *pal-ā̂ f., *pal-a- c., *pal̂-m-et-ia- c.
Latin: palla, -ae f. `палла, верхнее парадное женское платье до пят, надеваемое поверх сто́лы', pallium, -ī n. `покрывало, покров; завеса, полог; паллий, просорный греческий плащ; верхнее плаье (вообще)'
Russ. meaning: большой кусок ткани, полотно
References: Fraenkel 529 (differently in Pok.)
Comments: Cf. *pelt-, -d- 'id.'
Proto-IE: *pAlǝ- / *pelǝ-
Meaning: to pour, to flood
Armenian: heɫum `giesse aus, vergiesse', z-eɫum `lasse in Menge strömen, gebe reichlich' pass. `ströme über, übervoll'
Slavic: *poltī, *poljǭ (Slvn pláti `schöpfen'); *polo-vodьje, *vodo-polьje, *polъj(ь); *polъ, *jьz-polъ `Schöpfgefäss'
Baltic: *pil̂- (*pil-a-) vb. tr., *pil̂- (2) vb. intr.; *pil̂-t-uw-a- c., *pil-ē̂- vb., *pil̂-d-ī̂- (1) vb.
Celtic: OIr du-lin `flutet', 3 pl. dulinat; Cymr llanw `Flut', Bret lano, lanv `Flut'
Russ. meaning: лить, заливать
References: WP II 54 f
Comments: Baltic obviously reflects a contamination of two roots, the second meaning "to fill". But the words meaning "swamp" do not belong here -- cf. a separate root (Lat. palūs, etc.).
Proto-IE: *pAl[ǝ]w-, *plēw-
Meaning: film
Old Greek: epí-ploo-s m., epí-ploo-n n. 'fold of the peritoneum, omentum'
Slavic: *plēvā́; *plъtь
Baltic: *plē̂w-ā̂ (1), *plēw-iā̃ f., *plā̂w-ā̂ (2) f.; *plu-t-ā̂
Germanic: *falw-a- n.
Russ. meaning: кожица, пленка
Proto-IE: *pAlk'-
Meaning: fallow, field, patch
Slavic: *polsā́
Germanic: *falg-ṓ f., *falg-í- c.; *falg-iá- vb.
Russ. meaning: поле под паром, полоса пахотной земли
References: WP I 514 f
Proto-IE: *pal-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pidgeon
Old Greek: pélei̯a f. `wilde Taube'
Baltic: *pāl-[a]- m.
Latin: palumbēs, -is c. `Holz-, Ringeltaube'
Russ. meaning: птица (голубь)
References: WH
Proto-IE: *pAl[o]-, *plō-
Meaning: to fold
Old Indian: puṭa- m., n. `fold, pocket', puṭati `to clasp, fold'
Avestan: bifra- n. `Vergleich, Ähnlichkeit' ?
Old Greek: ha-plóo- `einfach, simplex', di-plóo- zweifsch etc., ha-plóō `entfalten, ausbreiten'
Germanic: *-fla-; *fal-d-á-/*fál-ɵ-a- vb.; *fal-d-ṓ(n-) f., *fald-i- adj.; *fal-jō(n-) f.
Latin: simplus, -a `einfach', duplus, -a `doppelt, zweifach', simplex, -icis `einfach, duplex, -icis `doppelt zusammengelegt'
Other Italic: Umbr dupla `binis', tupler `binis', tripler `triplis'; tuplak `furcam ?'
Celtic: *halt- > MIr alt `junctura, artus'
Russ. meaning: складывать (falten)
References: WP II 55 f
Proto-IE: *palw-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: yellowish
Slavic: *polvъ(jь)
Baltic: *pal̃w-a- adj.
Germanic: *falw-a-, *filw-a- adj.
Latin: palleō, -uī, -ēre `blass, bleich sein; sich entfarben; grün oder gelb sein'; pallor, -ōr is m. `Blässe; Schimmel', pallidus, -a `blass'; pullus, -a `schwarz, schwärzlich'
Russ. meaning: желтоватый, <половый>
References: WP II 53 f
Proto-IE: *palw-
Meaning: clay, mud, morass
Old Indian: palvala- n. `pool, small tank, pond', palvalyá- 'palustris, marshy, boggy', Pāli pallalam 'small pond'
Old Greek: pǟló-s m. `Lehm, Ton, Schlamm, Kot, Morast'
Baltic: *pal-ā̂ f., -ia- c.
Latin: palūs, gen. -ūdis f. `stehendes Wasser, Sumpf, Pfütze'
Albanian: püɫ 'Wald'
Russ. meaning: глина, грязь, болото
References: WP II 55
Proto-IE: *paly-
Meaning: girl, youth
Avestan: pairikā `schöne, die Frommen durch Liebesglück vom Glauben abspenstig machende Frauen'
Other Iranian: NPers parī `Peri'
Old Greek: pallakís, -ídos f., pallakǟ́ f. `Kebsweib, Konkubine', pállak-s m., f. `Knabe, Mädchen', pállǟk-s m. `Knabe'
Latin: paelex, -icis f. `Beischläferin eines Ehemannes, Kebsweib, Konkubine'
Russ. meaning: девушка-красавица
References: WH (different in Pok. 789)
Proto-IE: *pamp-/pemp-
Meaning: swelling
Slavic: *pǭpъ `пуп; почка (бот.)'
Baltic: *pem̃p-ia- c., *pim̂p-ia- (1) c., *pemp-, *pam̃p-, *pum̃p- vb. itr., *pam̂p-ā (1) f., *pam̃p-s-a- c., *pump-ul-ia- c., *pump-ur-a- c.
Germanic: *fímf-Vl-a- n., *fímf-Vl-ōn- f.; *fimb-á- vb., *famb-ḗ- vb., *fumb=; *famp=
Latin: pampinus, -ī m./f. `Weinranke, Weinlaub; Ranke'
Russ. meaning: вздутие
References: WP II 107 f
Proto-IE: *pan-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: mud, slush, morass
Baltic: *pan-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *fan-i- n., *fan-ja- n., m.; *fun-ja- n., etc.
Celtic: MIr an `Wasser'; Gaul (Endlichers Glossar) anam `paludem'
Russ. meaning: жидкая грязь, болото
References: WP II 5 f
Proto-IE: *pand-
Meaning: curved, crooked
Germanic: *fant-a- adj.
Latin: pandus, -a `gekrümmt, gebogen, geschweift'
Celtic: MIr anna `Ellbogen' [ist nicht sicherer belegt]
Russ. meaning: изогнутый, кривой
References: WP II 6
Proto-IE: *pAnk-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: mud, rot
Old Indian: páṅka- m., n. `mud, mire, dirt'
Germanic: *fang=, *funx-t-i, -a- adj.
Russ. meaning: мокрая грязь, гниль
References: WP II 5 f
Proto-IE: *pant-
Meaning: all, whole
Tokharian: A po / pont-, B po / pont-
Old Greek: pā̂s, gen. pantós, ge.pl. pántōn, f. pā̂sa, gen. pā́sǟs, gen.pl. pāsō̂ n (Cret., Thes., Ark. pánsa), n. pán 'all, the whole; every'
Russ. meaning: весь
References: Adams 402.
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