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Proto-IE: *kaw(ǝ)l-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: tubular bone, pipe
Old Indian: kulya- n. `receptacle for bones; (L.) bone', kulyā́ f. `small river, channel, ditch'
Old Greek: kau̯ló-s m. `Schaft, Stengel, Stiel, Federkiel'
Baltic: *kaûl-a- (1) n.
Germanic: *xul-a- adj.
Latin: caulis, -is m. (/f.) `Stengel, Stiel der Pflanzen, spez. Kohlstengel, Kiel der Federn; männliches Glied'
Celtic: MIr cuaille `Pfahl' (*kaullio-)
Russ. meaning: трубчатая кость, трубка
References: WP I 332, Buck 43.
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