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Proto-IE: *pul-
Meaning: body-hair, beard
Old Indian: pula- m., pulaka- m. `horripilation, erection or bristling of the hairs of the body', {pulartí- m. schlichtes Haupthaar tragend }
Old Greek: *pǘliŋg-: pl. pǘliŋg-es `hair about the posteriors; curls' Hsch.
Celtic: Gall Triulatti VN "Μακροπώγονες" ?; OIr ulcha `Bart', ulfota `langbärtig', Ulaid `die Ulsterleutee' (< *Uluti)
Russ. meaning: волосы на теле, борода
References: WP II 84
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