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Proto-IE: *ōl-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: ellbow, funny-bone
Old Indian: āṇí- m. `part of leg just above the knee'; aratní-, ratni- m. `elbow'
Avestan: arǝɵna- 'Ellenbogen', frā-rāɵni- 'Elle'
Other Iranian: NPers āran
Armenian: oɫn, gen. oɫin `Rückenwirbel, Rückgrat, Schulter', ulu `Rückgrat, Schulter'; olokh `Schienbein, Bein'
Old Greek: ōlénǟ f. `Ellbogen, der gekrümmte Arm, Unteraem; Schilfbündel, Schilfmatte'; ōlḗn, -énos f. `Ellbogen'; ōlé-krānon, olé-krānon `Ellbogen(kopf), *ōlló-s ~ -n: ōllón = tḕn tũ brakhíonos kampḗn., ktl. Hsch.; álks = pē̂khüs (Athaman.) Hsch. (cod. álaks)
Slavic: *olkъtь, gen. *olkъte
Baltic: *ō̂lek-t-i-s, *al̃k-ō̂n-a- c., *al̃k-ō̂n-ia- c., *al̃k-ū̂n-iā̃ f., *al̃k-a- c., *al̃k-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *al-i- c., *al-jō f., *al-in-ō, *al-īn-ō f.
Latin: ulna f. `Ellenbogenknochen; der ganze Arm, kleines Ellenmass als halber cubitus'
Celtic: OIr uilenn `Winkel', MIr uillind `Ellenbogen, Winkel'; Cymr elin `Ellenbogen', OCorn elin `Ellenbogen', Bret ilin `Ellenbogen'
Albanian: ɫεrε, geg. ɫans Arm vom Ellenbogen bis zur Hand
Russ. meaning: локоть, локтевая кость
References: WP I 156 f; Fraenkel 360.
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