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Proto-IE: *(s)mal-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: small, mean, malicious
Tokharian: A smale 'Lüge', smālok 'Lügner'
Avestan: mairya- 'betrügerisch, schurkisch'
Armenian: meɫ, pl. -kh `Sünde'
Old Greek: méleo- `eitel, vergeblich, nichtig, unglücklich'; blás-phǟmo- `lästernd, verleumdend, der Vedrleumder', blasphǟméō `schmähen, lästern, verleumden'
Slavic: *mā́lъ(jь)
Baltic: *mel-a-, *mal-a- adj., *mel-ja-, -ia- c., *mel̃s- vb. tr.
Germanic: *smal-a- adj.; *smal-an- m.
Latin: malus `schlecht, minderwertig; übel, böse; lose'; malitia `täuschende Bosheit, Tücke'
Other Italic: Osk mallom, mallud `id.'
Celtic: *mell- > MIr mell `Sünde, Fehler', mellaim `betrüge'
Russ. meaning: злонамеренный
References: WP II 291 + REFERNUM 1278
Comments: Differently in Pok.
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