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Proto-IE: *aul-o-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: tube, pipe, hollow stem
Tokharian: B auloñ (n.pl.) 'blood vessels' (Adams 134)
Old Greek: au̯ló-s m. `Röhre, röhrenartiger Körper, Flote'; ion., att. au̯lṓn m./f. `höhlenartige Gegend, Schlucht, Tal, Graben'
Slavic: *ūljь, *ūlьjь
Baltic: *aũl-a- m., *aûl-ia- (1) c., *awil-ia- c., *aûl-iā̃ (1) f.
Germanic: *iulēn; *aul=; *ulēn
Latin: alvus f. (/m.) `Höhlung, Wölbung, Unterleib, Bauch, Gehäuse des Granatapfels'
Russ. meaning: трубка, дудка, полый стебель
References: WP I 25 f
Comments: ?? Cf. Hitt hallu- 'tief': Tischler 135-136
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