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Sanskrit "दीर्घ (dīrghá)" could come from an initial "dilgha" similar to Lithuanian "ilga", Russian "до́лгий (dólgij)", Old Church Slavonic "дльгъ (dlĭgŭ)" and Ancient Greek "δολιχός (dolikhós)", meaning that all those groups originated in Eastern Europe.

What is even more interesting is that the Old Church Slavonic "дльгъ (dlĭgŭ)" could be the most related word to Nuristani and Kalash "driga".


DOLG- DOLK-

Ancient Greek: δολιχός (dolikhós)

Russian: до́лгий (dólgij)

Macedonian: долг (dolg)

Slovene: dȏłg


DOLH

Upper Sorbian: dołhi


DOVH- DOUH-

Belarusian: до́ўгі (dóŭhi)

Rusyn: довгый (dovhŷj)

Ukrainian: до́вгий (dóvhyj)


DL-

Czech: dlouhý

Slovak: dlhý


DLUG

Old Church Slavonic: длъгъ (dlŭgŭ)

Polish: długi


DLUK-

Lower Sorbian: dłujki


DAL-

Hittite: dalukis

Bulgarian: дълъг (dǎlǎg)

Czech: daleko ("far")

Polish: daleki ("far")

Russian: далёко (daljóko) ("far")


DAR-

Old Avestan: darəga

Younger Avestan: darəγa

Khotanese: dāra

Sanskrit: दैर्घ्य (dairghya) ("longness")


DARG-

Ossetian: даргъ (darǧ)

Manichaean: 𐫅𐫡𐫄‎ (drǧ), 𐫅𐫡𐫃‎ (drg /darǧ/)

Old Persian: 𐎭𐎼𐎥 (d-r-g /darga/)

Zazaki: derg

---> Imperial Aramaic: drgʾ


TULG-

Old English: tulge, tylg, tylgest

Old Saxon: tulgo

Gothic: 𐍄𐌿𐌻𐌲𐌿𐍃 (tulgus)


-DULG-

Latin: indulgeo ("to prolong your activities in something")

Italian: indulgere ("to prolong your activities in something")


DUG-

Serbo-Croatian: ду̏г, dȕg


DUR-

Sanskrit: दूर (dura)

Yagnobi: дур (dur)

Abuzeydabadi: دور‎ (dṻr)


ILG-

Latvian: ilgs

Lithuanian: ilgas

Old Prussian: ilgi, ilga


LIG-

Gawar-Bati: līgāla

Kalami: līg

Shumashti: ligalo

Wotapuri-Katarqalai: lig, likh

Northeast Pashayi: ligolo


DRANG-

Kamviri: draŋaň


DLIG-

Old Church Slavonic: дльгъ (dlĭgŭ)


DRIG-

Kativiri: drigə̣ŕ

Ashkun: drigalä

Waigali: drigala

Tregami: drigaṛälä

Kalasha: driga

Dameli: drīga

Savi: drigōu

Phalura: dhrigo

Sindhi: ड्रिघो (ḍrigho)

Northeast Pashayi: drīi


DIRG-

---> Telugu: దీర్ఘము (dīrghamu)

Sanskrit: दीर्घ (dīrghá)

Bengali: দীর্ঘ (dīrgh)

Marathi: दीर्घ (dīrgh)

Gujarati: દીર્ઘ (dīrgh)

Punjabi: ਦੀਰਘ (dīrgh)

Hindi: दीर्घ (dīrgh)

Urdu: دیرگھ‎ (dīrgh)

Romani: dírgă


DIR-

Gazi: دیر‎ (dīr)

Kesehi: دیر‎ (dīr)

Mahallati: دیر‎ (dīr)

Qohrudi: دیر‎ (dīr)

Sedehi: دیر‎ (dīr)

Vonishuni: دیر‎ (dīr)

Sivandi: دیر (dīr)

Iranian Persian: دیر‎ (dir) ("late")


DER-

Classical Persian: دیر‎ (dēr) ("late")

Central Kurdish: دێر‎ (dēr) ("late")

Southern Kurdish: دێر‎ (dēr) ("late")

Laki: دێر‎ (dēr) ("late")

Gurani: دێر‎ (dɛr) ("late")

Tajik: дер (der) ("late")

Zefrehi: دیر‎ (dēr)

Manichaean: 𐫅𐫏𐫡‎ (dyr /dēr/)

Tirahi: derega


DIG-

Sinhalese: දිග (diga)

Magadhi Prakrit: 𑀤𑀺𑀕𑁆𑀖 (diggha)

Bengali: দিঘ (digh), দিগ (dig)

Maharastri Prakrit: 𑀤𑀺𑀕𑁆𑀖 (diggha)

Konkani: दीग (dīga)

Pali: dīgha

Sauraseni Prakrit: 𑀤𑀺𑀕𑁆𑀖 (diggha)

Assamese: দীঘ (digh), দীঘল (dighol)

Nepali: दिघो (digho)

Dhivehi: ދިގު‎ (digu)


DI-

Hindi: दीह (dīh)

Talysh: دی‎ (di)


ZIG-

Chilisso: žiṅgo

Indus Kohistani: žiga

Shina: ẓigu


DZIK-

Torwali: حؕىگ‎ (ḍẓīk)


DRANG-

Middle Persian: drang ("to prolong")


DAGR-

Manichaean: 𐫅𐫃𐫡‎ (dgr /daǧr/)

Book Pahlavi: dgl (daǧr)


LONG-

Latin: longus

Asturian: llongu

Catalan: llong

Emilian: lóng

French: long

Galician: longo

Istriot: longo

Ligurian: lóngo

Occitan: long

Old Portuguese: longo

Portuguese: longo

Sardinian: longu

Sicilian: longu

Venetian: longo

Walloon: long

Welsh: llong

Old English: long

Old Saxon: long

Middle English: long

English: long

Old Frisian: long

North Frisian: long

Saterland Frisian: loang

Cimbrian: lång

Swedish: lång

Latin: longē ("far")


LANG-

Old English: lang

Middle English: lang

Scots: lang

Old Frisian: lang

West Frisian: lang

Old Saxon: lang

Middle Low German: lang

Low German: lang

Dutch: lang

Old High German: lang

Alemannic German: lang

Plautdietsch: lang

German: lang

Luxembourgish: laang

Old Norse: langr

Icelandic: langur

Faroese: langur

Norn: lang

Norwegian: lang

Old Swedish: langer

Danish: lang

Gutnish: langgar, langgår, langgur

Vilamovian: łaong

Norwegian: langt ("far")


LANK-

Plautdietsch: lank

Middle Dutch: lanc

Afrikaans: lank

Zealandic: lank

Middle High German: lanc

Middle Low German: lanc, lanch


LAG-

Gothic: 𐌻𐌰𐌲𐌲𐍃 (laggs)


LEG-

Southeast Pashayi: legā


LUNG-

Aromanian: lungu

Italian: lungo

Romanian: lung

Romansch: lung

North Frisian: lung

Neapolitan: luongo

Dalmatian: luang

Spanish: luengo

Friulian: lunc


GLATE-

Old Albanian: glatë


GJATE-

Albanian: gjatë


JIG-

Prasuni: ǰignî


LAR-

Pashto: لارغه‎ (lā́rǧa)


Article created on the 9th of October 2019.


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