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Proto-IE: *leugh- <? PIH *He->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to lie, to tell lies; to swear; to bemoan
Hittite: ? haluga- c. 'Botschaft, Nachricht' (Tischler 136, without etymology)
Slavic: *lъgā́tī, *lъžjǭ; *lъžь, *lъžjā; *lɨ̄žьnъ(jь), *lɨ̄gātī
Germanic: *liug-a- vb., *lug-in-a- adj., *lug-i- adj., *lug-īn- f., *laug-n-ō f., *lug-an- m. etc.; ? *liug-ō- vb., *liug-ō f., *ur-lug=
Celtic: *lugi̯o-m > OIr lu(i)ge n. `Eid, Schwur'; Cymr llu m. `Eid, Schwur', Bret le `Eid, Schwur'
Russ. meaning: лгать; клясться
References: WP II 414 f
Comments: Usually quoted Lett lūgt 'lügen' is nowhere found.
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-slav,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,piet-comment,

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