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Proto-IE: *lewǝ-, *lū-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: dirt, to soil
Old Greek: lǖ̂ma n. `Schmutz, Abfall, Kehricht, Unrat; Besudelung, Schmach', lǖ́mǟ f. `Misshandlung, Schädigung, Schänden, Beschimpfung', lǘthro-n n., lǘthro-s m. `geronnenes, dickes Blut'
Baltic: *laũ-r-iā̃ f., -ia- m., *lǖ̂-ti- c.
Latin: polluō, -ere, -uī, -ūtum `besudeln, entheiligen', lustrum, -ī n. `Pfütze, Morast; Wildhohle; Bordell', lutum, -ī n. `Dreck, Kot; feuchte Erde, Lehm, Ton', luēs, -is f. `Seuche, Pest; unreine Flüssigkeit, geschmolzener Schnee'
Celtic: *lut-, *lūt- etc. > OIr loth `Schmutz'; MIr con-luan `Hundekot'; Cymr lludedic `schlammig', Bret louan `(pieds) sales'
Albanian: lum `Schlamm'
Russ. meaning: грязь, пачкать
References: WP II 406 f
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