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Proto-IE: *dolǝgh-/*delegh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: long
Hittite: daluki- `lang' (Friedrich 206)
Old Indian: dīrghá- `long'
Avestan: darǝga-, darǝɣa-
Other Iranian: OPers darga- 'lang'
Old Greek: dolikhó- `lang', dólikho-s m. `Langlauf'; en-delekhḗs `fortdauernd, ununterbrochen'
Slavic: *dьlgъ
Baltic: *il̂g-a- (1) adj.
Germanic: *tulg=
Latin: indulgeō, -ēre, indulsī, indultum `nachsichtig sein, nachgeben, nachhängen, frönen, willfahren'
Russ. meaning: длинный
References: WP I 813
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