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Proto-IE: *bhela-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: light, bright
Old Indian: bhāla- n. `splendour, lustre; forehead, brow'
Armenian: bal `Blässe, Bleichheit'
Old Greek: phaló- 'white' Hsch., phalió- `hell, weissfleckig', phálǟro- `weissfleckig', phalakró- `kahlköpfig, rund und glatt', phálantho- `kahlköpfig, kahl'
Slavic: *bēlъ(jь)
Baltic: *bal-a- adj., *bal̂- vb. itr., *bal̂-t-a- (1) adj., *bāl-a- (2) adj.
Germanic: *bal-an- m., *bēl-a- n.
Celtic: Gaul Belenos PN; *balla > Fr baille Blässe; OIr bel-tene `der 1. Mai, an welchem die heidnischen Iren Feuer anzündeten und Vieh hindurch jagten', MIr ball `Fleck'
Albanian: balε Stirn
Russ. meaning: светлый, блестящий
References: WP II 175 f
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