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Proto-IE: *(e)lengʷh-
Meaning: light (not heavy)
Tokharian: B lankŭtse 'light' (not heavy) (Adams 544)
Old Indian: laghú-, raghú- `light, quick, swift', r̥hánt- `small, weak, powerless'; laṅghati, laṅghayati 'to leap over', ráṃhati, raṅghate `to hasten, speed, run'
Avestan: ragu-, f. rǝvī 'flink'; rǝnǯaiti, rǝnǯayeiti 'macht leicht, flink, lässt sich bewegen'
Old Greek: elakhǘ-, élakho- `klein'; elaphró- `leicht, behend, schnell, gering'
Slavic: *lьgъkъ(jь), *lьgā/*lьʒā, *lьgotā; *lę̄gātī, *lę̄gā
Baltic: *leñgw-a-, *leñgw-u- adj., *lañg=
Germanic: *linx-t-ia- adj.; *lung-iz-a- adj.; *lung-an- n., *lung-Vn=
Latin: levis, -e `leicht; schnell; sanft, leise; gering, unbedeutend; leichtsinnig'
Celtic: *lagjōs > OIr comp. laigiu (/ lugu) `kleiner, schlechter', sup. lugimem, lugam; lagat `parvitas'; MCymr comp. llei `minor', sup. lleiaf; NCymr comp. lai `minor', Corn comp. le `minor', OBret *comp. nahu-lei `nihilominus', MBret lau `klein, schlecht'; OIr lingid 'springt', lēimm 'Sprung'
Albanian: l'eh, l'éhεtε leicht
Russ. meaning: легкий
References: WP II 426 f
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