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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
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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