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Proto-IE: *alā-
Meaning: to wander
Tokharian: A, B āl- (PT *āl-) 'keep away, check, restrain' (Adams 54)
Old Greek: álǟ `das Umherschweifen', aláomai̯, pf. Hom. alálǟmai̯, aor. alǟ́thēn `umherirren, umherschweifen, in der Verbannung leben'; alái̯nō `id.' alǟ́tǟ-s m. `Bettler'; alǟ́mōn `umherschweifend', alǟtǘ-s `das Umherirren'; ǟláskō `umherirren, umherschweifen'; ǟlémato- `idle, vain'
Baltic: *al-ō̂- vb.; *ā̂l-jā (1), *ā̂l-jō̂- (1) vb.
Latin: ambulāre `umher-, hin- und hergehen, gehen, reisen, spazieren'
Russ. meaning: блуждать
References: WP I 87 f; Tischler 137-138, Frisk 1, 80.
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