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Proto-IE: *law-
Meaning: to catch
Old Indian: lota- n. (L.), lotra- n. `plunder, booty'
Old Greek: apo-láu̯ō `geniessen', att. léi̯ǟ, ion. lēíē, dor. lā́iā f.; lǟís, -ídos f. `Beute, bes. von geraubtem Vieh, Kriegs-, Jagdbeute'
Slavic: *lovī́tī, *lovъ
Baltic: *law-ī-, -in̂- vb., *law-ē̂- vb., *law-u- adj.
Germanic: *lau-n-a- n., m., *lau-n-ō f.; *lō-n-ō- vb.; *lōw-a- vb.
Latin: lucrum, -ī n. `Gewinn, Vorteil'
Celtic: *laug- > OIr lōg, lūag, lūach `Lohn, Preis'
Russ. meaning: добывать ловлею
References: WP II 379 f
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