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Proto-IE: *bhalge-, *bhlage- /-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to flame
Tokharian: A, B pälk- (PT *pälk-) 'to shine, burn; to see, look at' (Adams 377 f)
Old Indian: bhárga- m., bhárgas- n. 'radiance, splendour'
Old Greek: phlégō, phlegéthō, aor. phléksai̯, p. phlékhthē̂nai̯, pf. p. péphlegmai̯ `entzünden, verbrennen, erleuchten; brennen, flammen, leuchten, glänzen'; phlégma n. `Flamme, Lohe', phlegmonǟ́ `Entzündung, entzündliche Geschwulst, heftige Erregung'; phléksi-s f. = ardor, flammatus (Gloss.); phlégos = tò phlégma Hsch.; phlók-s, gen. phlogós f. `Flamme, brennendes Feuer, Brand', phlogetó-s m. `das Brennen, Hitze', phlogmó-s `Flamme, Glut, Entzündung,
Baltic: ? *blag-n-a- adj.
Germanic: *blak-ō- vb., *blak-ja- vb., *blik-ja- m., *blik-ja- vb.
Latin: flagrāre `brennen, lodern, glühen', flamma f. `Flamme'; OLat fulgō, -ere, Lat fulgeō, -ēre, fulsī `blitzen, schimmern, leuchten', fulgus/fulgur, -uris n. `der leuchtende und einschlagende Blitz', fulmen, -inis n. `Blitz, Blitzschlag'
Other Italic: Osk (Iuveí) Flagiuí `(Iovī) Fulgurātōrī'
Russ. meaning: пылать
References: WP II 214 f
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