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Proto-IE: *bhag-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to spare, divide
Tokharian: B pāke, A pāk `Teil, Abschnitt'
Old Indian: bhájati `to divide, distribute', ptc. bhaktá-; bhága- m. `patron, gracious lord; excellence, majesty'; bhāgá- m. `part, portion, share'
Avestan: bag- `als Anteil bestimmt sein', baga-, baɣa- n. `Anteil, Los, bes. gunstiges'; baɣa- m. `Herr, Gott'; baxšaiti `hat oder gibt Anteil'; baxta- `als Anteil zugewiesen', n. `bestimmter Anteil, Schicksalsbestimmung, bes. Missgeschick'
Other Iranian: NPers baɣ `Gott'
Slavic: *bogъ, *ne-bogъ, *ū-bogъ, *bogātъ(jь)
Russ. meaning: уделять, разделять
References: WP II 127 f
Proto-IE: *bhAg-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: buttocks, back
Old Indian: bhaga- n., bhagā f. `female organ, pudendum muliebre, vulva; perinaeum of males'
Germanic: *bak-a- n., m., *bakk-ō(n-) f.
Russ. meaning: ягодицы, спина
References: WP II 148
Proto-IE: *bhal-
Meaning: a k. of waterfowl/waders
Old Indian: {balāka m., balākā f. `a k. of crane', cf. baka- m. `a k. of heron or crane'}
Old Greek: phălǟrís, gen. -íd-os 'coot, Fulica atra' LS 1914
Germanic: *balik-ō(n-) f.
Latin: fulica f., fulix, -icis f. `Art Wasservogel, Blässhuhn'
Russ. meaning: птица (водяная - лысуха?)
References: WP II 175 f
Proto-IE: *bhal-
Meaning: roughness, height
Old Greek: ? phálo-s m. N. eines Helmschmucks oder Helmteils: `hornartiger Aufsatz ?', `Helmreifen ?', pl. phálara n. N. eines Helmteils: `Verzierungen ?', `Backenstücke ?'; ? phelléu̯-s m. `unebener, steiniger Boden', gǟ̂ phellís Pol., pl. phellía n., phelleṓn, -ō̂nos m. `id.', ? ion., att. a-phelḗs `einfach, schmucklos'
Germanic: *bal-an- m.
Celtic: Cymr bal `Erhöhung, Berggipfel'
Russ. meaning: неровность, возвышенность
References: WP II 181
Proto-IE: *bhala-
Meaning: log, beam
Old Greek: phálaŋks, -aŋgos f. `rundes und längliches Stück Holz, Baumstamm, Walze, Balken; Waagebalken; Gelenk ana den Fingern; Reihe der Augenwimpern; Spinne'
Germanic: *bal-ō(n-) (~ -ē-) f., *bul-a- m., *bull=
Russ. meaning: бревно, брус
References: WP II f
Proto-IE: *bhalge-, *bhlage- /-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to flame
Tokharian: A, B pälk- (PT *pälk-) 'to shine, burn; to see, look at' (Adams 377 f)
Old Indian: bhárga- m., bhárgas- n. 'radiance, splendour'
Old Greek: phlégō, phlegéthō, aor. phléksai̯, p. phlékhthē̂nai̯, pf. p. péphlegmai̯ `entzünden, verbrennen, erleuchten; brennen, flammen, leuchten, glänzen'; phlégma n. `Flamme, Lohe', phlegmonǟ́ `Entzündung, entzündliche Geschwulst, heftige Erregung'; phléksi-s f. = ardor, flammatus (Gloss.); phlégos = tò phlégma Hsch.; phlók-s, gen. phlogós f. `Flamme, brennendes Feuer, Brand', phlogetó-s m. `das Brennen, Hitze', phlogmó-s `Flamme, Glut, Entzündung,
Baltic: ? *blag-n-a- adj.
Germanic: *blak-ō- vb., *blak-ja- vb., *blik-ja- m., *blik-ja- vb.
Latin: flagrāre `brennen, lodern, glühen', flamma f. `Flamme'; OLat fulgō, -ere, Lat fulgeō, -ēre, fulsī `blitzen, schimmern, leuchten', fulgus/fulgur, -uris n. `der leuchtende und einschlagende Blitz', fulmen, -inis n. `Blitz, Blitzschlag'
Other Italic: Osk (Iuveí) Flagiuí `(Iovī) Fulgurātōrī'
Russ. meaning: пылать
References: WP II 214 f
Proto-IE: *b(h)Alg(h)-
Meaning: honourable, good
Avestan: bǝrǝǰaya- `willkommen heissen, huldigen', bǝrǝxδa- `willkommen, geschätzt, teuer'
Slavic: *bòlgъ(jь)
Russ. meaning: почтенный, хороший
References: WP II 182 f
Proto-IE: *bhAl-, *bhlē-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to blow, to inflate
Old Greek: aor. inf. ek-phl[ē̂]nai̯ Eur. `hervorbrechen, -quellen'
Baltic: *bul-a- m., *bul-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *blē-ja- vb., *blē-ja- m.; *blē-s-a- vb., *bla-[d]r-ō- vb., *blā-dr-iōn- f., *blē-s-ō(n-) f., *blē-s-tr-a- m., *blē-s-t-u- c.
Latin: flēmina pl., gen. -um `Krampfader, entzündete Geschwulst um die Knöchel'; flō, flāre, flāvī, -ātum `blasen; giessen (Geld)'
Celtic: OIr bolad, Ir boladh, baladh `Geruch'
Russ. meaning: дуть, надувать(ся)
References: WP II 177 f, 189
Proto-IE: *bhaln-/-e-
Meaning: penis, vulva, anus
Old Greek: phalló-s m. `membrum virile'; phalē̂s or phálēs m. = phallós LS 1914
Germanic: *bill=, *ball-u- c., *ball-ia- m., *ball-uk=, *bull=
Celtic: OIr ball m. `membrum'
Russ. meaning: penis, vulva, anus
References: WP II 178
Proto-IE: *bhAl(w)-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pain, illness
Tokharian: A päl, B pīle 'wound' (PT *päle) (Adams 387 without etymology)
Slavic: *bolь, *bolḗtī
Germanic: *balw-a- n., *balw-ō- vb.
Albanian: geg. bolbë 'casualty'
Russ. meaning: боль, болезнь
References: WP II 189
Proto-IE: *bhalw-
Meaning: to wish, render pleasure
Other Iranian: Osset bällun 'begehren, beneiden'
Armenian: baɫʒkh 'Lust, Begierde', baɫʒam, baɫʒanam 'begehre, habe Verlangen nach, wünsche sehnlichst'
Baltic: *bal̂w-ā̂, -iā̃ f., -a- c. (2)
Russ. meaning: желание/оказание приятного
Proto-IE: *bhAn-
Meaning: to damage, to kill
Avestan: bąnayǝn `sie machen krank, ptc. banta- `erkrankt, siech'
Germanic: *ban-ja- n., *ban-jō- f., *ban-an- m., etc.
Russ. meaning: вредить, убивать
References: WP II 149
Proto-IE: *bhand-
Meaning: to shout
Old Indian: bhándate `to be greeted with praise, receive applause; to honour, worship'; bhándiṣṭha- `shouting most loudly, praising most highly', bhandána- `shouting, yelling', bhandánā f. `acclamation, applause, praise'
Celtic: *band-, *bnd- > OIr, MIr bind `melodisch', OBret bann `canora'
Russ. meaning: кричать
References: WP II 151
Proto-IE: *bhAndh-
Meaning: shed
Old Greek: páthnǟ, hom., att. phátnǟ `Krippe; Vertiefung, Fach in einer Felderecke, Kassette; Zahnhöhle'
Baltic: *bañd-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *bán-s-ō f., -a- m., *ban-s-t-i- c.
Russ. meaning: хлев
References: WP II 152
Proto-IE: *bhAng-
Meaning: wave
Old Indian: bhaṅga- m. `wave', {bhañji- `Welle' }
Baltic: *bañg-ā̂ (2) f.
Russ. meaning: волна
References: WP II 149 f
Proto-IE: *bhAr-
Meaning: to foretell, to judge
Old Greek: phármako-n n. `heilbringendes od. schädliches Mittel, Heil-, Giftkraut, Arznei, Gifttrank, Zaubef(trank), Färbemittel, Naturstoff für physikalische od. chemische Bearbeitung'
Baltic: *bur̂- (1) vb. tr., *bur̂-t-a- (1) c.
Germanic: *bōr-ia- vb., *bur-ja- vb., etc.
Latin: fors, -tis `blinder Zufall, Ungefähr', fortūna f. `Zufall, Geschick; Glück, Unglück', fortuītus, -a `zufällig, unverschuldet'
Other Italic: Paelign forte `fortūna'
Celtic: *barn-; *brāt- > Gaul Bratu-spanctium ON; bratūde `ex judicio'; OIr brāth, gen. -o `Gericht'; barn `Richter'; Cymr brawd `Urteil'; barn `Urteil', Corn bres `Urteil', Bret breut `plaidoyer', pl. breujou `les assises de la justice'; barnm `Urteil'
Russ. meaning: предсказывать судьбу, выносить приговор
References: WP II 161
Proto-IE: *bhAr-
Meaning: log, board
Slavic: ? *za-borъ
Germanic: *bar=
Latin: forus, -ī m. `Schiffsgang, Ruderbänke, Verdeck; Sitzreihen im Theater, Zuschauertribüne; Gang um ein Beet und zwischen den Waben im Bienenstock; Spielbrett', pl. forulī `Fächer für Bücher; niedere Sitzreihen'
Russ. meaning: бревно, доска
References: WP II 159 f
Proto-IE: *bhardh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: beard
Slavic: *bordā
Baltic: *bar̃d-ā̂ f., *bar̃d-u-s
Germanic: *bard-a- m.
Latin: barba, -ae f. `Bart'
Russ. meaning: борода
References: WP II 135
Proto-IE: *bhArgh-
Meaning: square shed over the haystack
Slavic: *borgъ, *oborgъ
Germanic: *barg=
Russ. meaning: навес над стогом сена
References: Fraenkel 34
Proto-IE: *bhark- / *bhrak-
Meaning: to stuff
Old Greek: phrássō, phráttō 'einschliessen, umhegen, zusammendrängen', phraktós 'eingeschlossen'
Latin: farciō, -īre, farsī, farctum `etwas hineinstopfen, vollstopfen, mästen; machen etwas voll gedrängt', abl. farte `Füllung'; fartim `gestopft, dicht'; fartor m. `Hühnerstopfer'fartus, -ūs m. `Ausfüllung'
Celtic: *bark- > MIr barc `Überfluss'
Albanian: bark `Bausch', m-bars `mache trächtig'
Russ. meaning: набивать, напихивать
References: WP II 134 f
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