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Borean (approx.) : TVLV
Meaning : to bear, lift
Eurasiatic : *ṭVlV
Afroasiatic : *ṭVl- 'lift up'(Sem., Chad., ?Cush.)
Reference : ND 2370.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *ṭVlV
Meaning: to bear
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *tolǝ- / *telǝ-
Altaic: *t`ṑlV
Dravidian: *tāḷ-
References: МССНЯ 351; ND 2370 *ṭaĺ[h]a 'to lift up, carry' (with differ. Alt.).
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *tol- / *tel-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to bear, to suffer
Tokharian: A, B täl- (PT *täl-) 'uphold, raise, lift' (Adams 296-7)
Old Indian: tulā́ f. `balance, weight', tulayati `to lift up, raise', tulima- `what may be weighed'
Armenian: thoɫum `lases, dulde, ertrage'
Old Greek: aor. talássai, telássai = tolmē̂sai, tlē̂nai Hsch., tlǟ̂nai̯, pf. tétlǟka, 1 pl. tétlamen, va. tlǟtó- `ertragen, dulden, sich erkühnen, wagen'; tálās, -antos, -ai̯na `elend, unglücklich'; talaó- ausdauernd, ertragend, unglücklich'; polǘ-tlās `wer viel ausgestanden hat; sehr geduldig'; tlǟ́mōn `ausdauernd, standhaft, erduldend, mühevoll, unglücklich', talasíǟ f. `Wollarbeit, Wollspinnerei'; tólma (/ tólmǟ) `Wagemut, Kühnheit, Tollkühnheit, Verwegwnheit, Frechheit', ? telamṓn, -ō̂nos m. `Tragriemen, Wehrgehenk, Riemen, Binde, Verband';
Germanic: *ɵul-ē- vb.; *ɵul-d=
Latin: tulī `tragen, bringen' (OLat tulō, -ere, tetulī); tollō, -ere, sustulī, sublātum `aufheben; wegheben, entfernen'; tolūtim `im Zelter- oder Passgang'; tolerāre `(er)tragen'; lātus, -a `getragen'
Celtic: *tlnami > MIr tlenaim `entweiche'; *tolā > OIr tol f. `Wille'; Ir tlāith `sanft'; Cymr tlawd `arm'
Russ. meaning: нести, переносить, терпеть
References: WP I 739 f
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *ɵulēn- vb.; *ɵuld=
Meaning: suffer
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɵulan wk. `endure, be patient with; endure, put up with'
Old Norse: ɵola vb. `dulden'; { 3) ɵol n. - откуда это? }
Norwegian: tola vb.
Swedish: tɔla vb.
Danish: tɔle vb.
Old English: ɵolian; ɵyld; geɵuldian
English: thole
Old Frisian: thelda, thilda, thielda vb.; tholia vb.
Old Saxon: tholon
Middle Dutch: dulden; limb. dōlen
Dutch: dulden
Old Franconian: tholon
Middle Low German: dōlen; dülden
Old High German: tholēn `erleiden, ertragen, büssen' (8.Jh.), tholōn (9.Jh.) `leidig, geduldig erwarten'; thult (9.Jh.); thulten (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: doln wk. 'dulden, ertragen, geschehen, lassen'; dult, dulde st. f., dolt st. f. 'das ertragen eines leidens, die geduld'; dulten, dulden, dolden wk. 'dulden, erleiden; geschehn, bestehn lassen'
German: Geduld, dulden
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 1973
Root: tel-1, telǝ-, tlē(i)-, tlā-
English meaning: to transport, carry; to bear, suffer
German meaning: `aufheben, wägen; tragen; ertragen, dulden'
Derivatives: tl̥̄-to- `duldend, tragend'
Material: Ai. tulā́ f. `Waage, Gewicht', tulayati `hebt auf, wägt' (mit Ablautneuerung dazu tōláyati ds.), tulima- `wägbar', túlya- `gleichartig, vergleichbar'; arm. t`oɫum `lasse, dulde, ertrage';

    gr. ταλάσσαι und τλη̃ναι (dor. ἔτλᾱν), Partiz. τλά̄ς, τλα̃σα, Fut. τλήσομαι, dor. τλά̄σομαι, Perf. τέτλᾰμεν, τέτλᾰθι, τετληυι̃α, τετληότος `ertragen, dulden', Partiz. τλητός, dor. τλᾱτός `duldend, standhaft; erträglich' (= lat. lātus, cymr. tlawd `arm', idg. *tl̥̄-tós), τάλᾱς, -αντος und (nach μέλᾱς) -ανος, -αινα `ertragend, duldend, leidend', τάλαντον (ursprüngl. zu τάλᾱς, n. τάλαν gehöriger Pl. τάλαντα (eig. `die beiden Waagschalen') `Waage; ein bestimmtes Gewicht', ἀτάλαντος `von gleichem Gewicht, gleichwertig, gleich', πολύτλᾱς `wer viel ausgestanden hat; sehr geduldig'; PN ῎Ατλᾱς, -αντος; τλήμων, dor. τλά̄μων `ertragend, duldend', ταλαός ds., in Kompos. ταλα-; z. B. ταλα-πενθής `Leid ertragend', ταλά-φρων `ausharrenden Sinnes, beharrlich', woneben ταλασί-φρων und ταλαί-πωρος `*Gefahren oder Nachstellungen erduldend' d. i. `geplagt, unglücklich'; τάλαρος m. `(das, worin man trägt =) Korb, Tragkorb, Käsekorb usw.', *ταλάτης `*wer mühevolle Arbeit zu ertragen hat, spez. von der Spinnerei als Arbeit der Frauen', wovon ταλάσια ἔργα, ταλασίᾱ `Wollspinnerei'; ὄ-τλος `Schmerz' (Präf. ὀ-); redupl. PN Tάνταλος, τανταλ-εύω, -ίζω, -όω `lasse schweben, schwenke, schwinge'; Abtönung о in τόλμη, τόλμᾰ `Kühnheit, das Wagen', τολμήεις `duldend, standhaft, kühn', τολμάω `ertrage, halte aus, dulde; wage'; e-stufig τελάσσαι τολμη̃σαι, τλη̃ναι Hes., τελαμών `Träger, Tragriemen, usw.', ferner als `aufheben = in die Höhe heben' ἀνα-, ἐξανα-τέλλειν `sich erheben, aufgehen, von Gestirnen' (ἀνατολή `Aufgang von Gestirnen'), ἐπιτέλλεσθαι, ὑπερτείλας ὁ ἥλιος, trans. (`aufheben und jemandem aufladen, auferlegen')ἐντέλλειν, -εσθαι `auftragen, befehlen', ἐπιτέλλειν, -εσθαι ds., ferner: τέλος n. `Zahlung, Abgabe, Ausgabe, Kosten', εὐτελής `wohlfeil, wenig kostend', πολυτελής `viel Aufwand erfordernd, kostbar', ἀτελής `frei von Abgaben und Leistungen, abgabenfrei', wohl auch (mit Formans wie ἄχθος, πλη̃θος, vielleicht durch Vermittlung eines Verbums *τέλ-θω) τέλθος n. `Entrichtung, Opfer';

    venet. tolar 3. Sg. Deponens `bringt dar';

    lat. tollō, -ere (sustulī, sublātum) `empor, in die Höhe heben usw.' (*tln̥ō, umgestaltet aus *tl̥-nā-mi), tolūtim `im Trabe' (eig. `die Füße hebend'), tolerō, -āre `(er)trage, unterhalte', tulī, alt tetulī Perf. zu ferō, alat. Konj. tulam `tragen, bringen', lātus `getragen' (= gr. τλᾱτός, cymr. tlawd);

    mir. tlenaim `stehle' (*tl̥nāmi), cymr. tlawd `arm' (`*duldend'), ir. tlāith `schwach, sanft' (*tlā-ti-); air. tol f. `Wille' (*tolā), wovon tolnathar `welcher gefällt' u. dgl.; allenfalls air. tailm, Gen. telma, bret. talm `Schlinge, Schleuder', cymr. telm `Dohne' (: τελαμών?);

    got. þulan, -aida `ertragen, dulden', aisl. þola, ags. ðolian, ahd. dolēn ds., aisl. þol n. `Geduld', ahd. dult, ags. geþyld, nhd. Geduld, dulden;

    lett. iz-tilt `ertragen, ausdauern', vielleicht (vgl. got. barn `Kind', eig. `als Leibesfrucht getragen') lit. tẽlias, lett. tel'š, telẽns, aksl. telьcь, russ. telënok (Pl. teljáta) `Kalb'; anders Būga Kalba ir s. 292 f.

    toch. А В täl- `heben, tragen', Kausat. tlässi, Prät. A cacäl, В cāla.

References: WP. I 738 ff., WH. II 688 f., Trautmann 317, Vasmer 3, 90, Mayrhofer 1, 516.
Pages: 1060-1061
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *t`ṑlV
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: to prop, push
Russian meaning: поддерживать, подталкивать
Turkic: *Tol-
Mongolian: *tula-
Tungus-Manchu: *tōlga-
Comments: A Western isogloss.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *Tol-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to push, collide
Russian meaning: сталкиваться, пихать
Old Turkic: tul- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: tul- 1, (caus.) tuldur- (MK)
Uighur: (dial.) tola- 'to wave, shake' (УЯ)
Yakut: toluɣurā- 'to dangle freely inside an empty space'
Bashkir: tula- 'to kick'
Karakalpak: tolarsaq 2
Salar: tōla- 'разгребать ногами'
Comments: EDT 491, 495, 501. Derived is probably *Tolarsuk 'knee or heel joint, sinew' (VEWT 480, 486, ЭСТЯ 8: OT (MK) tolarsuq, Yak. tolunńaŋ (< *tolu-n-čaŋ-), Kirgh. tolorsuk, Bashk. tularhɨq, KKalp. tolarsaq; Kaz. tilersek, influenced by tirsek 'knee').
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *tula-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to prop, lean on
Russian meaning: опираться, поддерживать
Written Mongolian: tula- (L 840: tul-)
Middle Mongolian: tulxa (HY 17) 'staff'
Khalkha: tula-
Buriat: tula-
Kalmuck: tul-
Ordos: tul-
Dongxian: tulu-
Dagur: tolu-, (Тод. Даг. 168), tole- (MD 225), tolo-
Shary-Yoghur: tulu-
Monguor: tuli- (SM 430), tulǝ-
Comments: KW 409, MGCD 651. The Mong. causative tulɣa- > Evk. tulgu-, see Poppe 1972, 97, ТМС 2, 210.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *tōlga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to stop 2 to collide
Russian meaning: 1 останавливаться 2 сталкиваться
Evenki: tōlga- 1
Orok: toldoqpịn- 1, 2
Comments: ТМС 2, 194. TM > Dag. tōlgā- (Тод. Даг. 167).
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *tāḷ-
Meaning : to bear; to suffer; patience
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *tāḷ-
Proto-Telugu : *tāḷ-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *tāḷ-
Meaning : to bear, suffer, endure
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : tāḷu (tāḷi-)
Tamil meaning : to bear, suffer, tolerate, be worth, be possible, practicable
Kannada : tāḷ, tāḷu (tāḷd-)
Kannada meaning : to hold, take, assume, get, obtain, receive, have or possess, undergo, experience, suffer patiently or quietly, be patient, endure, wait, last, continue unimpaired, wear well, bear with
Kannada derivates : tāḷike undergoing, suffering, patience, patient endurance, perseverance; tāḷdu to hold, etc.; tāḷime, tāḷume, tāḷme patient endurance, patience, forbearance; taḷe to hold, bear, carry, etc.; put on (as clothes)
Tulu : tāḷuni
Tulu meaning : to bear, endure, suffer, forbear, have patience
Tulu derivates : tāḷmè patience, forbearance, endurance
Proto-Nilgiri : *tāḷ-
Number in DED : 3188
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Nilgiri etymology :

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Proto-Nilgiri : *tāḷ-
Meaning : to stop and wait
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : tāḷ- (tāḷy-)
Number in DED : 3188
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Telugu etymology :

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Proto-Telugu : *tāḷ-
Meaning : patience, endurance
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu : tālimi
Dialectal forms (1) : tāḷimi
Dialectal forms (2) : tāḷika
Additional forms : Also tālimikā̃ḍu one who has patience or endurance; fem. tālimikatte; [1] tālcu, [2] tālucu to wear, put on; tāḷu to bear, suffer, endure, be patient, refrain, forbear, pause, wait, last, wear, be durable
Number in DED : 3188
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