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Proto-IE: *bal- / -e-
Meaning: strong
Old Indian: bála- n. `power, strength, might', balín- `powerful', bálīyān `more powerful', báliṣṭha- `most powerful'
Old Greek: beltíōn, béltero- `besser', béltisto-, béltato- `bester'
Slavic: *boljь, *bolje
Germanic: *pal-a- adj.
Latin: dēbilis, -e `schwach, gebrechlich, krank; lahm, verstümmelt'
Celtic: OIr adbal `valde, gewaltig', Ir dibeal(l) `alt', diblide `gebrechlich', MIr balc `fest, dick, stark'; Cymr balch `hochragend, stolz', Bret balc'h `stolz, schroff'
Russ. meaning: сильный
References: WP II 110 f, Buck 89-90.
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