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Proto-IE: *pelǝ-, *plē-
Meaning: to fill; full
Tokharian: B pälleŭ 'full moon' (Adams 379)
Old Indian: píparti, pr̥ṇā́ti, pass. pū́ryáte, imp. pūrdhí, pf. paprāu; ptc. pūrtá-, pūrṇá- `to fill'; prāti, ptc. prāṇa-, prātá- id.; párīṇas- m. `plenty, abundance', párīman- `bounty, plenty'
Avestan: par- `füllen'
Armenian: li, gen. liog `voll'; lnum, aor. 1 sg. elich `füllen'
Old Greek: pímplēmi, -ami, intr. plḗthō `fülle', aor. plē̂sai̯, plē̂to, pf. péplēka, med. péplēsmai̯ `füllen, vollmachen', intr. `sich füllen, voll werden', plḗmǟ `Hochwasser, Flut'; att. pléō-, ion. pléo- `voll', plḗrēs `voll', plē̂thos n. `Fülle, (Volks)menge, Haufe', plēthǖ́s, -ǘos f. `id.'
Slavic: *pьlnъ(jь)
Baltic: *pil̂-n-a- (1) adj.; *pil̂-d-ī̂- (1) vb.
Germanic: *full-a- adj.
Latin: com-, im-, adim-, ex-pleō, -plēre, -plēvī, -plētum `füllen'; plēnus, -a `voll; schwanger; stark; satt; vollständig'; plērus, -a `zum grössten Teil'; plēbēs, -eī/-ī, plēbs, plēbis f.`Volksmenge; die Masse de Volkes im Gegensatz zu den Adeligen'; manipulus, -ī m. `eine Handvoll; ein (mit der Hand gegriffenes) Bündel; Hanteln der Turner; Soldatenabteilung (der dritte Teil einer Kohorte, Manipel, Fähnlein)'
Other Italic: Umbr plener `plēnīs'
Celtic: *hlēn-, *hlān- > OIr līnaim `ich fülle', līn `numerus, pars'; lān `voll'; comalnur `ich fülle'; OCymr laun `voll', Cymr llawn `voll'; Corn luen, luen, len `voll', Bret leun `voll'
Albanian: pl̨ot `voll'
Russ. meaning: наполнять; полный
References: WP II 63 f
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