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Proto-IE: *(s)plēig'h-(n-) (/ *ps-)
Meaning: spleen
Old Indian: plīhán- m. `spleen'
Avestan: spǝrǝzan- `Milz'
Armenian: phaicaɫn
Old Greek: splḗn, gen. splēnós m. `Milz', pl. spláŋkhn-a `innere Organe (Herz, Leber, Lungen, Nieren), Eingeweide'
Slavic: *sьlēzā, *sьlēzenā
Baltic: *bluǯ-n-i- c., *bluǯ-n-iā̃ f.
Latin: liēn, gen. liēnis m. `Milz'
Celtic: OIr selg; MBret felc'h `Milz'
Russ. meaning: селезенка
References: WP II 680
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