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Proto-IE: *kal-, *k'al-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: pointed stick
Old Indian: śalá- m. `staff; dart, spear', śalya- m., n. `dart, lance, spear, pike, arrow'; śará- m. `a sort of reed or grass; arrow, shaft'
Armenian: saɫart `branch with leaves; long hair'
Old Greek: pl. kē̂la n. `Pfeile, Geschosse (der Götter)'
Baltic: *kel-ja-n n.
Germanic: *xal-an- m.
Celtic: MIr cail `Speer', celtair `Speer(-Spitze)'
Russ. meaning: острая палка
References: WP I 431 f
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