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Proto-IE: *las-
Meaning: to long for pleasure
Old Indian: laṣati `begehrt', lālasa- `begierig, heftig, verlangend'
Old Greek: lilái̯omai̯ `heftig begehren, verlangen'; lástǟ <lástai̯> `проститутка' (Hsch.), lástau̯ro-s m. `kínaidos (развратник)', lásthǟ f. `Lästerung, Spott', pl. lǟ̂nai̯ f. `Bacchanten'; ipv. 3 sg. lásthō, ipv. aor. lasásthō `khleu̯azétō' Hsch., inf. lásthai̯ `páizein, oligōrêin, loidorêin (Hsch.), lástho- (lásthōn `kakologō̂n', lásthon `aiskhrón' Hsch., lásthas `sümphorás' Hsch.)
Slavic: *lāsъ(jь), *lāskā, *lāstītī
Baltic: *lōs(k)-n-u-
Latin: lascīvus, -a `üppig, mutwillig, ausgelassen; geil, zügellos; überladen, geziert'
Russ. meaning: желать плотских радостей
References: WP II 386 f
Comments: Cf. Hitt ilalija- (I), ilalisk- 'begehren' (Tischler 354)
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