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Proto-IE: *k'lowǝ-
Meaning: to rinse, to sweep, to clean
Old Greek: klǘzdō, hom. ipf. iter. klǘzdeskon, aor. pass. klüsthē̂nai̯, aor. act. klǘsai̯, pf. kéklüka, kéklüsmai̯ `spülen, wegspülen, reinigen', klǘdōn, -ōnos m. `Gewoge, Brandung, Getümmel', klǘsma n. `Flüssigkeit, womit etwas abgespült wird, Klystier', klüsmó-s `Überflutung etc.', klüstḗr `Klystierspritze', acc. klǘda `Wogenschlag', klǘsi-s `das Spülen',
Baltic: *člō̂- (*člaw-a-); *člō̂-t-ā̂ f. (2)
Germanic: *xlū-tr-a- adj.
Latin: cluō (OLat) `purgo' (Plin. 15:119); cloāca/cluāca, OLat clovāca `unterirdischer Abzugskanal'
Celtic: Cymr clir `hell, klar, heiter, rein'
Russ. meaning: полоскать, мести, чистить
References: WP I 495 f
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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