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Proto-IE: *plek'-
Meaning: to weave
Old Indian: praśna- m. `basket-work, plaited basket [or turban]'
Old Greek: plékō, ptc. plegnǘmeno-, aor. pléksai̯, p. plekhthē̂nai̯, plakē̂nai̯, pf. péplokha, péplekha, p. péplegmai̯, va. plektó- `flechten, stricken, drehen, schlingen; plektǟ́ `Windung, Strick, Tau, Fischreuse', plégma n. `Geflecht, Flechtwerk etc.', plékos n. `Flechtwerk, Korbarbeit', pléksi-s f. `das Flechten, Umschlingen etc.', Samos pl. plektra n. `Flechtwerk', em-pléktǟ-s `Haarflechter', plégdǟn `verflochten, verschlungen', plókano-n n. `Flechtwerk, Strick usw.', plokǟ́ `Geflecht, Gewebe, Verflechtung usw.'; plóko-s m. `Geflecht, Kranz, Halsband', plókamo-s m. `Haarlocke, plokhmó-s m. `Haarlocke'
Slavic: *plestī, *pletǭ
Germanic: *flix-t-a- vb., *flix-t-ō- vb.; *flax-s-a- n.; *flak-an- m.
Latin: plicō, -āre, -āvī/-uī, -ātum/-icitum `falten, zusammenfalten, zusammenwickeln'; complex `Bundesgenose, Teilhaber'; com-, im-, replictus; duplex, tri-, quadru-, quīnqui-, decemplex; plectō, -ere, plexī (/ plexuī), plexum `flechten, ineinanderfügen', plecta f. `Geflecht'
Albanian: pĺɛhurē `grobe Leinwand, Segel'
Russ. meaning: плести
References: WP II 97 f
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