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Proto-IE: *legh-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to lie
Tokharian: A lak 'bottom (of a river)', lake 'bed', B leke, leki 'bed' (PT *leke, *lekäi) (Adams 559); ? B lesto 'nest, den, lair' (560); B lyäk- 'lie, lie down' (566)
Old Greek: 3 sg. lékhetai̯ `koimâtai' (Hsch.), aor. lékto, lékso, -lékhthai̯, -légmenos; léksasthai̯, léksomai̯ `liegen, sich legen'; act. aor. lékson, éleksa `hinlegen, einschläfern'; lékhos n. `Lager, Bett; Ehebett; Totenbett', léktro-n n. `Lager, (Ehe)bett', lekhṓ f. `Kindbetterin'; lékhǟ f. `Raum od. Gebäude zu müssigem Aufenthalt', att. `Erhohlungsort für Müssige; Plauderei etc.', lókho-s m. `das Lagern, Kindbett; Hinterhalt, (die im Hinterhalt liegende) Schar', lókhmǟ `Wildlager; Dickicht, Gebüsch'
Slavic: *ležā́tī, *ležjǭ; *legtī, *lę̄gǭ; *ložī́tī; *logъ, *ložje
Baltic: *lag=
Germanic: *lig-ja- vb., *lagj-a- vb., *lig-r-a- m., n., *lag-a- n., *lēg-ō(n-) f., *lōg-a- n., *lēg-ia- n., etc.
Latin: lectus, -ī m. `Lagerstatt, Schlaf-, Ehe-, Leichenbett; Speisesofa'
Celtic: *leg-, *leghi̯o-m, *lekso- > Gaul legasit `posuit, legte', acc. logan `Grab'; OIr lige `Bett, Grab', fo-algim `schlage nieder', fullugaimm `verberge', doluigim `verzeihe'; fo-lach `Versteck', MIr laigid `legt sich', pf. dellig `gat sich gelegt', laige `concubitus', Ir luighe `Lager, Grab'; Cymr lle `Ort', gwy-ly `Bett', go-lo `Versteck', Corn le `Ort', gue-li `Bett', OBret lech `Ort', Bret gwe-le `Bett', leac'h `Ort', go-lo `Versteck'
Russ. meaning: лежать
References: WP II 424 f
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