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Proto-IE: *pele-, *ple-t- (-th-), *plā-k- <PIH *-lH->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: broad, flat, plain
Hittite: palhi- 'breit', palhasti- n./c. 'Breite', palhatar n. (r/n) id., palhessar n. (r/n) id. (Friedrich 156)
Tokharian: A, B plāk- (PT *plāk-) 'be in agreement, accord, agree' ( = Lat. placēre) (Adams 423); A, B plätk- 'arise, develop, swell, overflow' ( < 'spread') (Adams 427)
Old Indian: práthate `to spread, extend', pr̥thú- `broad, wide', pr̥thá- m. `flat or palm of the hand', práthas- n. `width, extension'
Avestan: fraɵah- n. `Breite'; pǝrǝɵu- `weit, breit, geräumig'
Armenian: lain `breit'
Old Greek: pélethro-n n. Hom., inscr. (Delph., Corc.) 'a measure of land', (inscr., Syrac.) 'stadium, running-ground'; peléthrisma = pléthrisma Hsch.; pléthro-n n. 'measure of lemgth = 100 ft.; 10.000 square feet; = Lat jugerum' (Hdt., Xen+) || pláks, gen. plak-ós `Fläche, Flachland, Meeres-, Bergfläche' || plágos n. `Seite' (Tab. Heracl.), pl. plágia die Seiten, Flanken, plágio- `waagerecht, quer, schief' || platǘ- `weit, breit, eben', plátos n. `Weite, Breite, Umfang', plátǟ f. `Ruderschafel, Ruder', plátǟ-s m. `Untersatz eines Grabdenkmals', platamṓn, -ō̂nos m. `platter Stein, Falsenplatte, flacher Strand'
Slavic: *ploskъ(jь)
Baltic: *plā̂-n-a- (2) adj., *plā̂-n-a- (1) c., *pla-n-a- c.; *plā-k-a- c., *plā̂k-s-t-ja- adj., *plā̂-k-an-a- (1) adj., *plak- vb. intr., *pla-k-an-a- adj., *plā̃k-iā̃ f.; *pla-d-iā̃ f.
Germanic: *flá-x-ō f., *flá-x-i- c., *fla-g-ṓn- f.; *flṓ-x-ō f.; *flṓ-r-ō(n-) f., *flṓ-r-a- m.; *flō-k-a- n., *flō-k-an- m., *fla-k-a- n., *fla-k-a- adj., etc.; *fla-t-a- adj., *fla-t-ja- n.; *flō-t=; *fla-ɵ-ōn- f., -an- m., etc.
Latin: plānus, -a `platt, eben, flach; klar'; planta f. `Fusssohle' || placeō, -uī, -ēre `gefallen'; placidus, -a `flach, eben, glatt; ruhig, still, sanft'; plācāre `ebnen; besänftigen, beruhigen' || plaga f. `Fläche; Netz, Teppich, Überzeug; Gegend, Landschaft'
Celtic: OIr lār `solum, pavimentum'; Cymr llawr `solum, pavimentum'; Gaul Are-licca `Peschiera am Gardasee' = "östlich von der Felsplatte von Sirmione"; MIr lecc `Steinplatte' (< *plǝk-nā́); *hletos-, etc.: Gall. Litana (silva), Litanobriga; OIr lethaim `dehne aus, erweitere'; Cymr lled `Breite'; lledu `ausbreiten'; comp. lled `breiter, weiter'; lethon `breit'; llydan `breit'; Corn les `Breite'; ledan `breit'; Bret let, led m. `Breite'; ledaff `ausbreiten'
Albanian: špaɫ offenbare, pɛrpaɫ veröffentliche
Russ. meaning: широкий, ровный, плоский
References: WP II 90 f, 99 f
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