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Proto-Austric: *lVʔc (/ *lVt)
Meaning: to slide, slip off, let loose
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Proto-Austroasiatic: *lVt (cf. also *lut 'slip', *lǝt/*lot run away, *lVt 'to peel, pull away', *lVc naked, *lVt pass, pass by, *lVt jump, *lVc enter)
Austroasiatic meaning: mistake, miss
Munda parallels: M lo:t(o) time of a fault
Proto-Austronesian: *ulus, -lus (Ache lAt to pluck, pull out )
Austronesian meaning: slide down, slip off
Proto-Thai: blat, gla:t; plo:t free; lo:t go through; lɔ:t to jump
Notes: For 'peel' cf. PAN *kulit 'skin' (Peiros 1998, 165; also OC 介 *krēts 'armor', see ibid., 224).

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