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Proto-IE: *gelǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: cold
Old Greek: gelandrón = psükhón Hsch.
Slavic: *želdь
Baltic: *gel̂-men-ia- c., *gel-um-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *kal-a- vb.; *kal-i- adj.; *kal-d-a- adj.; *kal-d-ī(n-) f.; *kōl-ia- adj.; *kul-id-an- m.; *kal-d-ō f.; *kul-i- n.; *kul-ja- m.; *kōl-ia- vb.
Latin: gelū, -ūs n.; gelus, -ūs m.; gelum, -ī n. `Eiskälte, Frost, Eis', gelidus, -a `eisig, vereist; eiskalt; frostig, starr'; gelāre `gefrieren machen, fegrieren (auch unpers.)'
Other Italic: Osk gelan = pákhnēn Steph. Byz.
Russ. meaning: холодный
References: WP I 622
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