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Proto-IE: *(s)pala- / -e- (ph-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to split in two; half, a half of the log, board
Old Indian: phalati `to burst, cleave open or asunder'; phalaka- n. `board, lath, plank, leaf, bench'; phāla- m. `ploughshare'; sphaṭati (D.) `to burst, expand', ptc. sphaṭita-; sphuṭati, sphoṭati (D.) `to burst, split open'; sphuṭa- `open, opened, blossomed, expanded'; paṭati (D.) `to split open, burst asunder'
Old Greek: spalǘssomai = sparássomai Hsch. 'to tear, to rend'; sphalássein = témnein, kenteîn Hsch.; spólia = tà paratillómena erídia apò tō̂n skelō̂n tō̂n probátōn Hsch.
Slavic: *polъ, *polovī́tī; *polēno; *polъ D (*доска); *orz-póltī (колоть надвое)
Baltic: *pel̂- vb. tr.
Germanic: *spil-ɵ-a- vb.; *spil-d-a- n.; *spil-d-ō f.; *spil-ɵ-a- n.; *fil-ō f.; *spal-u- c.; *spel-ɵ-ia- vb., *spal-t-a- vb.; *spl-ī-t-a- vb., *spl-i-t-ja- vb., *spl-i-t-i- c.; *spl-i-t-r=; *fl-ī-s-ō f.
Celtic: *slissi- > OIr sliss `Schnitzel, Splitter, Span', slissiu `Schnitzel, Latte'
Albanian: {palë 'side, partition'}
Russ. meaning: расколоться надвое; половина, половина бревна (доска)
References: WP II 677 f, 684
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