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Proto-IE: *(s)kele-, *(s)klē-
Meaning: dry
Old Greek: skéllomai̯, aor. tr. éskẹ̄la, intr. sklē̂nai̯, opt. apo-skláiēi̯, pf. ésklēka `vertrocknen, verdorren, hinsiechen, ermatten, erhärten', act. `austrocknen, ausdörren'; skeletó-s m. `ausgetrockneter Körper, Mumie, Skelett', sklēró- `hart, spröde, herb, streng', skeliphró- `ausgetrocknet, abgemagert', sklēphró- `schwach, schlank, klein, dunn', -skelḗs
Baltic: *kal̃-s-a-, *kal̃-t- vd. intr., *kal̃-t-ē̂- vb.
Germanic: *xēl-a- adj., *xall-a-, *xill-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: сухой
References: WP II 597
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