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Proto-IE: *pē̆l(w)-
Meaning: a k. of vessel
Old Indian: pālavī f. `a k. of vessel'; pārī f. `milk-pail, any cup or drinking vessel'; pāla- m. `spitting spittoon' (L.), pālikā f. `pot or boiler', pala- n. `a part. weight, fluid measure', palya- n. `a sack for corn'
Old Greek: pélla f. ``Melkeimer; Trinkschale, Becher'; pelíkǟ f. = khôus, lekánē; pélik-s, -ikos f = kǘliks oder prokhoídion (Kratin.), pelíkhnǟ f. = pélla, pélük-s id.'
Germanic: *full-u- n.
Latin: pēlvis (OLat pēluis), -is, acc. pēluim, abl. -ī f. `Becken, Schüssel'
Russ. meaning: сосуд
References: WP II 56 f
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