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Proto-IE: *sal-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: salt, salty
Tokharian: B salyiye 'salt' (Adams 678)
Armenian: aɫ `Salz' (i-St.), aɫt (i-St.) `Salzlager', Salz, aɫi `salzig'
Old Greek: hál-s, gen. hal-ós m. `Salz', f. poetische Benennung des Meeres; hali- (в сложениях); hálmǟ f. `Salzwasser, Salzlake'
Slavic: *solь, *solnъ(jь); *soldъkъ(jь)
Baltic: *sal̂- vb. intr., *sal-jā̂ f., *iñ-sal-a- c., *sal̂-d-u- (2) adj., *sal-i-, *sā̃l-i- c.
Germanic: *sal-t-a- n., *sal-t-a- adj., *sal-t-a- vb., *sul-t-(i)ō f., *sul-t-ia- adj.; *sul-jō(n-) f.; *sul-u- c., *sul-ō f.
Latin: sāl, gen. salis m.; sale, sal n. `Salz, Salzkörner'; sallō, salsus, sallere `salzen'
Other Italic: Umbr acc. salu `salem'
Celtic: OIr salann; Cymr halen, OCorn haloin, Bret c'hoalenn, holen `Salz'
Russ. meaning: соль, соленый
References: WP II 452 f
Comments: Probably same as *sal- 'sea waves'.
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