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Number: 54
Root: al-2
English meaning: to grow; to bear
German meaning: `wachsen; wachsen machen, nähren'
Material: Ai. an-ala- `Feuer' (`das Unersättliche', W. Schulze KZ. 45, 306 = Kl. Schr. 216);

    gr. νεᾱλής `munter, stark' (νέος + al-; über φυταλιή s. unten);

    lat. alō, -ere, -ul, -itum `nähren, großziehen'; alēscere `heranwachsen, gedeihen', coalēscere `zusammenwachsen', adolēscere `heranwachsen' (adultus `erwachsen'), abolēscere `vergehen' (dazu scheint aboleō, -ēre `vernichten, vertilgen' als Transitivum neugebildet zu sein, z. T. nach (ad)augēscō : (ad)augeō, besonders aber nach dem bedeutungsgleichen dēlēvī, dēleō; der Anklang an ὄλλυμι, ἀπόλλυμι ware dann trügerisch; anders WH. I 4), indolēs `natürliche Anlage', subolēs `Nachwuchs, Nachkommenschaft, Sproß', prōles (*pro-olēs) `Sprößling, Nachkomme' (davon prōlētārius; diese drei mit o aus a vor dunklem l, nicht mit idg. o-Ablaut, wie Hirt Abl. 162 annimmt); alimentum `Nahrung', alimōnia, -ium `Nahrung, Unterhalt';

    air. alim `nähre'; hierher wohl auch cymr. alu, mbret. halaff, nbret. ala `gebären', cymr. al f. `Wurf, Nachkommenschaft, Volk', alaf m. `Reichtum' = air. alam f. `Herde', davon almae ds.;

    got. ags. alan (ōl) `aufwachsen' (intr. wie lat. adoleō), aisl. ala (ōl) `nähren, hervorbringen', got. aliþs `gemästet' (Partiz. eines Kaus. *aljan = norw. dial. elja); aisl. elskr `von Liebe beseelt', elska `lieben' (s. zur Bed.-Entw. Falk-Torp u. elske).

    Mit t-Formantien:

    Gr. ἄν-αλτος `unersättlich'; ῎Αλτις, ἄλσος (*αλτι̯-ος) n. `heiliger Hain', lat. altus `hoch' (d. i. `großgewachsen'), mir. alt `Höhe; Ufer, Küste', cymr. allt `Seite eines Hügels, bewaldeter Hügel', acorn. als, bret. aot, aod `Küste', as. ald, ahd. (usw.) alt `alt' (eigentlich `großgewachsen'), ahd. altôn `hinausschieben' (`alt machen'); *alti- auch in got. alds f. `Zeitraum, Lebenszeit', ags. ield `Zeitraum, Lebenszeit, Alter, Greisenalter' (Pl. ielde, as. eldi `Menschen'), anord.ǫld f. `Zeit, Zeitalter, Pl. Menschen'; *alti̯o- in osk. altinúm, wenn `alimentorum' = lat. *altiōnum; air. comaltae `Ziehbruder' = mcymr. cyfeillt `Höriger', ncymr. cyfaill `Freund' (*komal-ti̯os), mcymr. eillt (*alti̯os) `Zögling, Held', air. inailt (*eni-altī) `Dienerin', got. alþeis (*alti̯os) `alt' = air. alt(a)e `erzogen'; *altro- in air. altram `Nahrung', altru `Pflegevater' (cymr. athraw `Lehrer' usw., s. Pedersen KG. I 137); anord. aldr m. (Gen. aldrs) `Alter, Lebenszeit, Greisenalter', ags. ealdor `Leben', as. aldar, ahd. altar `Greisenalter, Lebensalter'.

    Mit m-Forrnantien:

    Gr. ἄλμα n. `Hain', φυτάλμιος Beiwort des Zeus und Poseidon (ebenso Φυτάλιος, Bezeichnung des isthmischen Poseidon in Troezen, Φύταλος, wozu hom. φυταλιή `Baumpflanzung' als Abstraktum, s. Bechtel Lexil. 331); lat. almus `nährend (ager), segenspendend, hold, hehr'. Vielleicht hierher die FlN thrak. Almus, illyr. (?) Almō (Rom), Almā (Etrurien), abrit. *Almā, engl. Yealm.

    Toch. А ālym- `Leben, Geist'.

    d-Erweiterungen: ai. íḍ-, íḍā `Labung, Spende'; gr. ἀλδαίνω `lasse wachsen, stärke', ἀλδήσκω `wachse', ἀναλδής `nicht gedeihend; Wachstum hemmend', ἄλδομαι `bringe hervor' (καρπούς).

    dh-Erweiterungen: ai. r̥dhnóti, r̥náddhi, r̥dháti, ŕ̥dhyati `gedeiht, gelingt, macht gelingen, bringt zustande', av. arǝdat̃ `er lasse gedeihen', ǝrǝdāt- `Gedeihen schaffend', ai. árdhuka- `gedeihend' (Specht KZ. 64, 64 f.); gr. ἀλθαίνω, ἄλθω `heile', ἄλθομαι `wachse, heile'; aschwed. alda `fruchttragende Eiche', aisl. aldin `Baurnfrucht, bes. eßbare (Ecker, Eichel)'.

References: WP. I 86 f., WH. I 4, 31 f.
Pages: 26-27
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *al-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to raise, to feed
Old Indian: íḍā, íḍ- f. `refreshing draught, refreshment, libation'; r̥dhnoti, r̥ṇaddhi, r̥dhati, r̥dhyati `to grow, increase, prosper, succeeed'; árdhuka- `prospering'
Avestan: arǝdat_ `er lasse gedeihen', ǝrǝdāt- `Gedeihen schaffend'
Old Greek: án-alto- `unersättlich', neālḗ-s `munter, stark' < *new(o)-al-; aldáinō, áldomai̯, aor. ǟ́ldane `wachsen lassen, stärken', aldḗskō `wachsen'; althái̯nō, álthō `heilen', álthomai̯ `heil werden'
Germanic: *al-a- vb., *al-d-í- c., *al-d-ṓ f., *al-d-á- adj., *al-d-r-á- m., comp. *ál-ɵ-iz-a-, *al-id-ja- n., *al-d-ia- vb., etc.
Latin: alō, -ere, -uī, -tum (/ -itum) `(er)nähren, aufziehen, pflegen', alimentum `Nährungsmittel'; altus, -a `hoch, tief'; abebris, -e `nährend, nahrhaft'; alēscere `heranwachsen, gedeihen'; almus, -a `nährend, segenspendend, hold, hehr' adolēscō, adultum, -ere `heranwachsen'; indolēs, -is f. `die angeborene Beschaffenheit, Anlage, Begabung', subolēs `Nachkommenschaft, Spross', prōlēs, -is f. `Sprössling, Nachkomme, Nachwuchs'
Other Italic: Osk altinúm `alimentorum'
Celtic: OIr alim `nähre'; MIr alt `Höhe; Ufer, Küste'; Cymr allt `Seite eines Hügels, bewaldeter Felsen', OCorn als, Bret aot, aod `Küste'; OIr altram `Nahrung', altru `Pflegevater'
Russ. meaning: растить, кормить
References: WP I 86 f
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *alan- vb., *aldí-z, *aldṓ, *aldá-, *aldrá-z, comp. *álɵiza-, *alidja-n, *aldian- vb. etc.
Meaning: grow, breed; old
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *alan st. `grow'; *ald-s f. (i) `generation, age'; CrimGot alt adj. `senex'; *aldōmō m. ~ n. (n) `old age'; alɵī-s (ja) `old'; ptc. *us-alɵan-s `sinile', *fram-aldr-s (a) `aged'
Old Norse: ala st. `hervorbringen, zeugen, züchten, nähren'; ɔld f. `Lebenzzeit, Zeitalter', pl. `Menschen'; aldr, gen. aldr-s m. `Alter, Leben, Zeit', ptc. aldin-n `gealtert'; aldin n., aldin-n m. `Baumfrucht'; eldi n. `Nährung, Kind'; comp. ellri; elda wk. `alt machen'
Norwegian: ala vb.; dial. old sbs.; alder sbs.; comp. eldre; elde `Züchtung, Brut'; elda vb.
Old Swedish: ala vb.; alda `fruchttragende Eiche'; aldin, aldon, aallan `Eichel'
Swedish: comp. äldre; ɔlder sbs.; ɔllon `Eichel'
Old Danish: alä vb.; olden `Frucht der Buche oder der Eiche'; comp. äldre; älde-s vb.
Danish: old sbs.; older sbs.
Old English: alan (ōl, ōlon; alen) `to nourish, grow, produce; to appesr', ild, -e f. `age, period of time; age, time of life, years; mature or old age, eld', pl. `age, old people, chief people', ealdor (aldor), -es n. `life; age'; { eald }; { ieldan }
English: eld, old
Old Saxon: ald; pl. eldi `Menschen'; aldar `Greisen-, Lebensalter'
Middle Dutch: out
Dutch: oud
Middle Low German: ōlt; elden `warten, zögern'
Old High German: alt (8.Jh.); altar `Greisenalter, Lebensalter'; elten `alt werden, verzögern'
Middle High German: alt 'alt (im gegensatz von jung)'
German: alt
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *HVlV
Meaning: food
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *al-
Altaic: *i̯oĺe
Uralic: *jOlV
Dravidian: *aḷ-
References: МССНЯ 354, ОСНЯ 1, 259-260; ND 34 *[ʔ]aĺa 'food'.
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *i̯oĺe
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: food
Russian meaning: пища
Turkic: *(i)aĺ, *(i)aĺ-a-
Mongolian: *öl
Tungus-Manchu: *ulī-
Comments: A Western isogloss.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *(i)aĺ, *(i)aĺ-a-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 meal, food 2 to eat 3 porridge 4 to feed
Russian meaning: 1 еда, пища 2 есть 3 каша 4 кормить
Old Turkic: 1, aša- 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: 1, aša- 2 (KB)
Turkish: 1
Tatar: aša- 2
Middle Turkic: 1 (Pav. C.)
Uighur: 1
Azerbaidzhan: 3
Turkmen: 1
Khakassian: as 1
Halaj: āš, ɔ̄š 1
Yakut: as 1
Dolgan: as 1, as- 2
Tuva: a'š 1, ažā- 4
Tofalar: aša- 4
Kirghiz: 1
Noghai: aša- 2
Bashkir: aša- 2
Balkar: aša- 2
Karaim: aša- 2
Comments: VEWT 29-30, ЭСТЯ 1, 210-212, TMN 2, 61-62, EDT 253, 256, Stachowski 38.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *öl
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: nutritive, nutrition
Russian meaning: питательный, пища
Written Mongolian: öl (L 633)
Khalkha: öl
Buriat: ül
Kalmuck: öl
Ordos: öl
Shary-Yoghur: öl
Comments: KW 294, MGCD 541.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *ulī-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to feed
Russian meaning: кормить
Evenki: ulī-
Even: uli-
Literary Manchu: ulebu-
Nanai: uli-
Udighe: ulikte 'sacrificial fat' (Корм. 301)
Comments: ТМС 2, 260.
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 207
Proto: *jOlV
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: fat (of animal)
German meaning: Fett (des Tieres)
Saam (Lapp): jǫlle -l- (N) 'middling fatness, good condition', jållē (L) 'Rückenfett (des Rentiers)'
Khanty (Ostyak): pupi jåл (Trj.) 'Bärenfett', jɔt (Ni.) 'Blut (des Bären)'; Bibergeil', jal (O) 'Bibergeil; Weichrauch' ( > Nen. jāl 'Fett, Tran')
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *àḷ-
Meaning : fat; strength
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *ăḷ-
Proto-Telugu : *alav-
Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *lāv
Proto-Gondi-Kui : *alāv-
Notes : It is not excluded that most of the Central Dravidian forms are re-borrowed from Telugu.
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *ăḷ-
Meaning : strength
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : aḷ
Tamil meaning : strength, firmness
Kannada : aḷa, aḷavi, aḷavu, alavu
Kannada meaning : power, strength, force, ability, possibility, practicability
Number in DED : 0291
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Telugu etymology :

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Proto-Telugu : *alav-
Meaning : power, ability, possibility, practicability
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Telugu : alavi
Additional forms : Also alavu power, ability, strength, exertion; lāvu strength, power, ability, bigness, fatness, corpulence, robustness; adj. big, large, stout, corpulent, robust
Number in DED : 291
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Kolami-Gadba etymology :

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Proto-Kolami-Gadba : *lāv
Meaning : fat, strength
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Kolami : lāv "fat"
Parji : lāv "strength"
Number in DED : 291
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Gondwan etymology :

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Proto-Gondi-Kui : *alav-
Meaning : strength
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Proto-Gondi : *lāv
Konda : alvi
Notes : Bisyllabic root.
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Gondi etymology :

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Proto-Gondi : *lāv
Meaning : strength
Gondwan etymology: Gondwan etymology
Muria Gondi : lāv
Koya Gondi : lāv
Maria Gondi (Mitchell) : lāv "force"
Number in DED : 291
Number in CVOTGD : 3112
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Konda etymology :

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Konda : alvi
Meaning: energy, stamina
Gondwan etymology: Gondwan etymology
Additional forms : Also Konda āl id., endurance; lāvu much
Number in DED : 291
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : HVLV
Meaning : food, eat
Eurasiatic : *HVlV
Sino-Caucasian : *=íʡwVl eat
Austric : *lV
Reference : ND 34 compares Nostr. with PSH *ʔaly- 'fleshy part of thigh, fat tail'; this is rather improbable (cf. rather Mong. *ala 'inner side of thigh' under "Alt. "*àlak`u) - but cf. ibid. some scattered Cush. forms meaning 'fat, oil'. In SC cf. alternatively *χwɨ̆lʡí 'fat, oil'.
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Sino-Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Caucasian: *=íʡwVl-
Meaning: to eat
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
North Caucasian: *=iʡwVl
Sino-Tibetan: *q(h)ʷiǝ̆r
Yenisseian: *ʔir- ( ~ x-)
Basque: *[h]el- / *-hali / *aɫha
Comments and references : WFR 106, BCD 31.
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North Caucasian etymology :

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Proto-North Caucasian: *=iʡwVl
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to feed on, to eat; to bite
Proto-Nakh: *q-aħ-
Proto-Avaro-Andian: *r-VHVn-
Proto-Tsezian: *heIn- / *heIl-
Proto-Lezghian: *ʔiʔʷäl-
Notes: Reconstructed for the PEC level. Correspondences are regular.
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Nakh etymology :

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Proto-Nakh: *q-aħ-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to bite
Batsbi: q-aħ-ar
Comments: Attested only in Bacb. (with the preverb q-), but having probable external parallels. With another preverb, *l-, cf. Bacb. laħ-ar 'to eat (together with smth.)' (term.), leħ-ar id. (dur.).
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Avar-Andian etymology :

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Protoform: *r-VHVn-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 to feed on (smth.) 2 fat
Avar: rehn- 1
Chadakolob: reh 2
Comments: The Chad. form is a verbal derivate (with loss of *-Vn); cf. also Av. lit. rehén 'nutritiousness', rehen bugeb 'nutritious, nourishing'.
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Tsezian etymology :

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Proto-Tsezian: *heIn- / *heIl-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to bite
Tsezi: ħan-
Ginukh: hil-
Khvarshi: ħa:n-
Comments: PTsKh *heIn- / *heIl- (with expressive vowel length in Khvarsh.).
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Lezghian etymology :

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Proto-Lezghian: *ʔiʔʷäl-
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 to eat 2 to get hungry
Lezghian: ṭü-n (masd.) 1
Tabasaran: iṗ- 1
Agul: ʕüṭ- 1
Rutul: =ile- 1
Kryz: ʕül- 1
Budukh: s-oʡul- 1
Archi: lah-bos 2
Comment: Complicated reflexes in modern languages are due to combinations of class infixes with the Inlaut laryngeal: cf. Tab. iṗu-b (*ʔi-b-ʔ-) / iṭu-b (*ʔi-d-ʔ-); Lezg. praet. ṭü-na (*ʔi-d-ʔu-na) as opposed to the infinitive ne-z (*ʔin-Vs: < *ʔiʔ(ʷ)l-Vs:). The root-final *-l- is well preserved in Rut., Kryz., Bud.; cf. also Ag. Bursh. ʕüṭal-as. On the other hand, the Rut. terminative form li-ʔi-r and the Arch. lah- reflect the metathesized variant *liʔʷä-.
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Sino-Tibetan etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *q(h)ʷiǝ̆r
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: present of food; appetite
Chinese: *w_ǝrs bring supply of food to.
Tibetan: skor food presented to Lamas.
Lushai: vir to have an intense longing for animal food.
Kiranti: *wǝ̀r
Comments: Cf. perhaps also Mikir kor 'bite' ( < *k-wVr); for semantics cf. Kiranti.
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Chinese characters :

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Character:
Modern (Beijing) reading: yùn
Preclassic Old Chinese: w(h)ǝrs
Classic Old Chinese: w(h)ǝnh
Western Han Chinese: w(h)ǝnh
Eastern Han Chinese: w(h)ǝnh
Early Postclassic Chinese: w(h)ɨ̀n
Middle Postclassic Chinese: w(h)ɨ̀n
Late Postclassic Chinese: w(h)ɨ̀n
Middle Chinese: ɦǜn
English meaning : bring supply of food to
Sino-Tibetan etymology: Sino-Tibetan etymology
Radical: 0
Four-angle index: 0
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Kiranti etymology :

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Proto-Kiranti: *wǝ̀r
Sino-Tibetan etymology: Sino-Tibetan etymology
Meaning: chew
Tulung: jor- (AS wer-) toss into mouth
Kaling: wörnä (wöru) chew (pop-corn)
Limbu: hāmā (hāru) bite
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Limbu dictionary :

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Entry: haʔmaʔ, -haʔr-/-haʔ-
Kiranti etymology: Kiranti etymology
Grammar: vt.
Meaning: 1) bite; 2) afflict, viz. diseases caused by displeased or malevolent supernatural entities
Derivation: [< ha tooth] [?]
Comments: 2) co:ʔco:ʔ mɛmmɛpmɛlle samle ahaʔ If you don't observe the practice of co:ʔco:ʔ, disincarnate spirits will afflict you; cf. sisam, so:gha, sugup.
limet-prnum,limet-pspeech,limet-meaning,limet-dercomm,limet-comments,

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Yenisseian etymology :

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Proto-Yenisseian: *ʔir- ( ~ x-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to eat
Ket: iĺeŋ5
Yug: iriŋ5
Kottish: herajaŋ 'feeding, food', herai, harai 'bread, food'; Ass. (Бол.) raj 'food', (М, Сл, Срсл) rajalí, grajalí 'eat'
Comments: ССЕ 194. Werner 1, 360 <*iʎ-> (without comparing the Kott. form). Note that this example allows to update the rule formulated in КС 148: *r yields Yug -r- not only in the vicinity of *u, but also in the vicinity of *i.
yenet-prnum,yenet-meaning,yenet-ket,yenet-sym,yenet-kot,yenet-notes,

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Basque etymology :

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Proto-Basque: *[h]el- / *-hali / *aɫha
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 to bite 2 to be sore, inflamed 3 meal(time) 4 grazing, pasture
Bizkaian: el-du 2, -ari 3
Gipuzkoan: el-du 1, ala 4, -ari 3
High Navarrese: -ari 3, (Oyarzun) ala 4
Low Navarrese: -(h)ari 3, alha 4
Salazarese: -ari 3
Lapurdian: -(h)ari 3, alha 4
Zuberoan: -(h)ari 3, álha 4
Roncalese: -ari 3, ala 4
Comments: Bsq *[h]el- / *-hali / *aɫha seem to be permutations of the same original root (cf. PEC *=iʡwVl 'to feed on, eat, bite'). Bsq *-hali 'meal(time)' occurs only in compounds: (B-arc) gosaari ‘breakfast’ (< *gośa-hali: see *gośe ‘hunger, hungry’); (Z-arc) barazkari ‘midday meal, lunch’, (c) bazkari id. (cf. *barace ‘garden’); (BN) auhari ‘dinner (supper)’, (Z) aihá(r)i, (R) aigári, (B, G, BN, L) afari, (L) aphari, (B, G) apari, (Sal) abari, etc. (cf. *gau ‘night’?), etc.
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Austric etymology :

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Proto-Austric: *lV
Meaning: to eat, food
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Proto-Austroasiatic: lV
Austroasiatic meaning: eat, food
Proto-Thai: bla.B raw food
austr-meaning,austr-prnum,austr-aa,austr-aame,austr-tai,

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Austro-Asiatic etymology :

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Proto-Austro-Asiatic: lV
Meaning: eat, food
Austric etymology: Austric etymology
Thai: bla.B raw food
Khmer: bhla:
Proto-Khmu: *la
aaet-meaning,aaet-prnum,aaet-thai,aaet-kmr,aaet-kmu,

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Khmer etymology :

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Khmer: bhla:
Austro-Asiatic etymology: Austro-Asiatic etymology
Old Khmer: wla:
Old Khmer Meaning: k.o. salad
References: P468
kmret-prnum,kmret-okh,kmret-okmean,kmret-ref,

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