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Proto-IE: *āl-
Meaning: a plant with edible tuber
Old Indian: ālu- n. `an esculent root, Arum Campanulatum', āluka- n. `the esculent root of Amorphophallus Campanulatus', ā́ruka- `the fruit of a medicinal plant growing on the Himālaya mountains'
Latin: ālum, -ī n., ālus, -ī f. `Symphytum petraeum; Symphytum brochum, knolliger Beinwell, Wallwurz'; ālium, -ī n. `Knoblauch, Alium sativum L.'
Other Italic: Osk *allō `Knoblauch, Alium sativum L.'
Russ. meaning: растение (со съедобным клубнем)
References: WP I 90 f

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