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Proto-IE: *bhel-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to shout
Tokharian: A, B päl- (PT *päl-) 'praise, commend' (Adams 376); A plāc, B plāce (PT *plāce) 'word, talk, speech' (424)
Old Indian: bhaṣati `to bark, growl', bhaṣá- `barking, yelping', bhāṣate `to speak, talk, say', bhāṣā f. `speech, language'; bhaṇḍate `to reprove, deride; speak'; bháṇati `to speak, say'
Baltic: *bal̃-s-a-, -i- c., *bīl-ā̂ f., *bil̂-d- (2) vb. intr., bil̂-d-ē- vb. (2)
Germanic: *bill-a- vb., *ball-ia- vb., *bull-ō- vb., *bul-ja- vb., *bil-jōn- f., *bul-j-u- c.
Russ. meaning: говорить громко, кричать
References: WP II 182
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