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Proto-IE: *melit-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: honey
Hittite: maliddu- (miliddu-) 'süß', milit- n. 'Honig' (Friedrich 134, 143)
Armenian: meɫr, gen. meɫu `Honig'
Old Greek: méli, -itos n. `Honig'; mélissa, att. -tta f. `Biene'
Germanic: *miliɵ- c., *mili-sk-a- adj.
Latin: mel, gen. mellis n. `Honig', mella f. `Honigwasser'; mulsus, -a `mit Honig angemacht od. gesotten; honigsüss', mulsum n. `Weinmet', mulsa f. `Wassermet'
Celtic: OIr mil `Honig'; Cymr mel `Honig', Corn mel `Honig', Bret mel `Honig'
Albanian: mjal', mjal'tɛ Honig
Russ. meaning: мед
References: WP II 296
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