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Proto-IE: *(o)pel- (-ph-) ?
Meaning: to be strong, thick
Old Indian: phála- n. `fruit; result', phalati `to be fruitful, bear or produce fruit', phaṇa- m., phaṇā f., phaṭa- m., phaṭā f. `expanded hood or neck of a serpent'
Old Greek: ophéllō, aor. pt. hom. ophéllei̯en `mehren, vermehre, vergrössen, fördern'; óphelma n., ophelmo-s m. (inschr.) `Vermehrung, Vorteil', óphelos n. `Förderung, Nutzen, Vorteil, Gewinn'
Latin: polleō, -ēre `vermögen, stark sein, ausrichten', pollex, -icis m. `Daumen, grosse Fusszehe; kurzer Zweig am Weinstock; Knoten'
Celtic: *holl- > Gaul Ollo-gnatus, -vicus; OIr comp. uilliu, sup. ollam `der höchste auf einem Wissensgebiete, Gelehrter, Doktor', MIr oll `gross'
Russ. meaning: быть сильным, крепким, толстым
References: WP II 102 f (differently in Pok.)
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