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Proto-IE: *lakw-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: lake, pond
Old Greek: lákko-s m. `Wasserloch, Zisterne; Teich, Grube'
Slavic: *lokɨ̄, gen. -ъve
Baltic: *lek-men-iā̃ f., *lak-men-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *lag-ú- c.; *láx-ō f.
Latin: lacus, gen. -ūs (/ -ī) m. `jede trogartige Vertiefung, See; Brunnentrog; Kufe; Grube'; lacūna f. `Vertiefung, Senkung; Loch, Grube; Lache, Weiher'
Celtic: OIr loch `lacus, stagnum' (< *laku-s); OCorn lagen `stagnum', Bret lagen `lac, mare'
Russ. meaning: стоячий водоем
References: WP II 380 f
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