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Proto-IE: *mol(w)ǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to mill, to grind
Hittite: malla- (II) 'mahlen, zermahlen' (Friedrich 133)
Tokharian: A mläs-, B mälläsk- (PT *mälnäsk-) 'crush, oppress, repress' (Adams 456); B mil-, mäl- 'wound, damage' (462); A malyw-, B mely- (PT *melyw-) 'crush, squeeze, lay waste' (Adams 470)
Armenian: malem `zerstosse'
Old Greek: mǘlǟ f., mǘlo-s `Mühle', maleu̯ro-n m. `Mehl'
Slavic: *méltī, *meljǭ; *melnъ/*molnъ; *melvo; *moltъ (обмолотки), *molto
Baltic: *mal̂- (*mal-a-) vb. tr. (1), *mā̂l-iā̃ f. (1), *mil̂-ta- c (1), *mal̂-tuw-iā̃ f. (1)
Germanic: *mal-a- vb.; *mulw-ia- vb., *milw-a- n., *malw-ia vb.-, *mil-dr-á- n., *mal-dr-á- n., etc.
Latin: molō, -ere, -uī, -itum `mahlen', mola f. `Mühlstein, Mühle', molucrum, -I `Mühlenbesen zum Abkehren der Mühlensteine'; molīnum n. `Mühle'
Other Italic: Umbr kumaltu, kumultu, comoltu `commolitō' , kumates, comatir `commolitīs', maletu `molitum'
Celtic: *mol-, *mel-, *blāt- > OIr melim `molo', mlith `zu mahlen', mol `Mühlstange'; MCymr blawt `Mehl', Cymr malu `mahlen'; blawd `Mehl', OCorn blot `Mehl', Bret malaf `mahlen'; bleud `Mehl'
Albanian: mjeɫ `Mehl'
Russ. meaning: молоть (муку)
References: WP II 284 f
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