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Proto-IE: *pel[e](w)-, *plē(w)-
Meaning: skin, hide
Old Greek: {pélas 'Haut' - nowhere found!}, pélma n. `Sohle am Fuss oder Schuh', péltǟ f. `kleiner leichter Schild ohne Rand, meist aus Flechtwerk mit einem Überzug von Leder'; pólmǟ `leichter Schild'; epíploo-n n., -s m. `die Netzhaut um die Gedärme, das Darmnetz, Omentum'
Slavic: *pelenā, *plēnā, *plenā (?), *pelьkā (Rus dial. пе́лька, HSorb nordl. pjelucka), *plēvā
Baltic: *plē-n-i- c., *plē-n-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *fill-a- n., *fill-iōn- f., *fil-min-ja- n., *fil-mōn- f., *fil-m-a- m.
Latin: pellis, -is f. `Fell, Haut, Pelz'
Russ. meaning: кожа
References: WP II 58 f
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