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Eurasiatic: *lVmbV
Meaning: snake, eel
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *li̯àmba ( ~ *ĺ-, -o)
Eskimo-Aleut: *nǝmǝʁja-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *nɣẹm (~ *lɣ-)
Eurasiatic: *ĺVm(ŋ)V
Meaning: name
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *(e)nomen-, <PIH *(e)lomen- ?>
Altaic: *ĺi̯ŏ́mo(ŋa)
Uralic: *nime (? *lime)
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *jъmŋъl 'fairy-tale' (if not < TM); rather Chuk. *nǝnʒǝ ~ *nъnbъ 'name'
References: ОСНЯ 2, 82-83, ND 1552 *`nimʔV 'name, word'. [ND 1298 has a special *l̄umV 'magic, spell, fortune'; the distinction from 'name' is based on FV *l/ḷuma- 'charm, bewitch' and Arab. lamm-at 'fortune'. - maybe indeed two roots?]
Eurasiatic: *lVm(ŋ)V
Meaning: to swallow
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *li̯ŭ̀mo ( ~ ĺ, -e)
Uralic: *ńVmV 'swallow' (Samd, Lapp)
Dravidian: *nuŋ- (*-n-?)
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *'nǝmǝ- swallow
References: ND 1304 *LümV̈gV 'eat, swallow' ( + dub. IE and Arab.).
Eurasiatic: *lVmV
Meaning: fragile
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lem-
Altaic: *ĺèmo ?
Uralic: *lama
Kartvelian: *lam- / *lm-
Dravidian: ? SDR *ńem- 'to squeeze, crush' (2464) [but cf. 129]
References: МССНЯ 371, ОСНЯ 2, 21-22; ND 1350 *ĺam(X)V 'be weak, soft; make soft, knead'.
Eurasiatic: *lVmV
Meaning: fire, warmth
Borean: Borean
Uralic: *lomV (*lamV) (cf. also *lämpV)
Kartvelian: *lemeč- (~-š-,-ǯ-) 'fire'
References: ND 2698 *ẑomV 'heat, sun' (Ur. + ??SH).
Eurasiatic: *lVmV
Meaning: wet
Altaic: *lēmo
Kartvelian: *lumb-
Dravidian: SDR *nam- [3013] 'wet'
Eurasiatic: *lVmV
Meaning: a k. of sack
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lam(ʔ)-
Altaic: *lā́mo
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *lǝm'ɣǝ
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *lVngV
Meaning: to accuse, blame
Indo-European: *(e)lengh-
Altaic: *ĺoŋgV
Eurasiatic: *lVnṭV
Meaning: a k. of cereal
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lent-, *lent-s-
Altaic: *nát`a ( ~ l-, -t-)
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *lVŋ(d)V
Meaning: kidney, heart
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lendhw-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *liŋu-
Eurasiatic: *lVŋV
Meaning: a k. of insect
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lewǝ- louse
Altaic: *li̯òŋè
Uralic: ?? *linta / *lunta 'winged insect; bird'; cf. also *lOńćV ; *ĺomV - for phonology cf. 'snow')
Dravidian: *uḷum-/*uḷuŋ-
Eskimo-Aleut: *nǝŋr[uʁra-], *m-
Comments: For Ur. *lint- / *lunt- cf. rather Yuk. *ĺaŋδia (??Nivkh *harŋi) 'goose'.
Eurasiatic: *lVPV
Meaning: to sew, pierce
Altaic: *ĺi̯ŭ̀p`ù
Kartvelian: *lepś-
Eurasiatic: *lVPV
Meaning: to rise, fly
Altaic: *lép`ó ( ~ *ĺ-)
Uralic: *le[m]pV (*lä[m]pV)
Eskimo-Aleut: *ńapa-(ʁ-)
Eurasiatic: *lVṗV
Meaning: leaf, bark
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lep- (Gr. lépō, lepís, lopís, Lith. lãpas etc.; WP II 429f) + *loup-, *loubh- (?); also *lap- 2720
Altaic: *li̯àp`[a]
Uralic: *lEpV (*lepV)
Kartvelian: *lapan-
Eskimo-Aleut: *Napar
Comments: МССНЯ 351, ОСНЯ 2, 33-34 has *loṗV 'to peel' ( = ND 1319 *l̄up(V)ʔa 'bast, bark') - with addition of PU *loppV 'bark basket' (Coll. 96) and Ewk. Sev.-Baik. lop- 'to peel'. Perhaps indeed two roots?
References: ОСНЯ 2, 33-34; ND 1314 *ḷe[ʔ]äpa 'leaf, foliage'.
Eurasiatic: *lVṗV
Meaning: flat
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lēp-, *lōp-
Altaic: *láp`i
Uralic: *lapa, *lappV, *lapta; cf. also *läppV , *lippV
Kartvelian: laṗoṭ- 'large wooden spoon', laper- 'broad flat wooden spoon'
References: ОСНЯ 2, 23-25; МССНЯ 355. ND 1316 *LE(')ṗV (or *Li(')EṗV 'spade, shovel'; 1317 *ḷa(q)ṗa 'palm, sole; smth. flat'; 1323 *laPTa 'flat, low' (vocalism of "spade" and "flat" is indeed different in FU, but apparently nowhere else).
Eurasiatic: *LVṗV
Meaning: soft, wet
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lēibh- ? ( + *leib- 2323?)
Altaic: *ĺep`a
Uralic: *loppa (*luppa); cf. also *leppV , *ĺupša )
Kartvelian: *lab- (cf. also Georg. lub- 'emaciated, thin')
References: ND 1256 *LabV ~ *LayibV 'be soft', 1260 *LibħV 'wet' (hardly different). Hegedűs 1990, 97 *ĺup[V] (compares IE *(s)lab- > Gr. lápē etc.), Kartv. and Ur. *ĺupša).
Eurasiatic: *lVṗV
Meaning: a k. of foliage tree
Indo-European: *(a)leip- (-ph-)
Uralic: leppä
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *lVṗV ?
Meaning: spleen
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *lepr-
Altaic: *li̯ap`V
Uralic: *läppV
References: ND 1310 *l[ä]ṗA 'spleen'.
Eurasiatic: *lVq̇V
Meaning: cheek
Indo-European: *leik-, -g-
Kartvelian: Georg. loq̇a 'cheek'
References: ND 1341 *Loyχiʔa 'cheek' ( + Sem.) Cf. PNC *ƛ̣_ăq̇O (~-G-) 'jaw'.
Eurasiatic: *lVsV ( ~ -z-, -ʒ-)
Meaning: to gather; to order
Indo-European: *les-
Uralic: *läśä-
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