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Proto-IE: *kel- (/ *k'el-)
Meaning: to lean, to incline
Old Greek: éu̯-kolo-s `zufrieden, vergnügt', dǘs-kolo-s `mürrisch'
Slavic: *slonī́tī; *klonītī
Baltic: *čal-i- c., *čal-ā̂ f.; *kal̃- (*kal-ja-) vb. tr., *kal̃-t-i- c.
Germanic: *xíl-ɵ-a- m., *xil-d=́, *xíl-ɵ-an- m., *xíl-ɵ-an- n., *xál-ɵ-ō(n-) f., *xúl-ɵ-iōn- f., *xál-ɵ-a- m.; *xál-ɵ-a- adj.; *xal-d-iz-a- adj.; *xál-ɵ-ō- vb.; *xál-ɵ-a-/*xald=́ adj.; *xúl-ɵ=, *xul-d-iṓ(n-)/*xúl-ɵ-iō(n-) f., *xúl-ɵ-ī(n-) f.
Latin: aus-cultāre `lauschen, (ge)horchen'
Russ. meaning: прислонять, наклонять
References: WP I 430 f
Comments: Cf. *k'ley- 'to lean, incline': Balto-Slavic variant with *k'- might be influenced by the latter.
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