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SALT

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SAL-

---> Northern Sami: sálti

---> Eastern Khanty: салнә (salnə)

---> Northern Khanty: сӑл (săl)

---> Erzya: сал (sal)

---> Moksha: сал (sal)

---> Southern Sami: saelhtie

Tocharian A: sāle

Tocharian B: salyiye

Latin: sāl

Umbrian: salu

Asturian: sal

Catalan: sal

Franco-Provençal: sal

Friulian: sâl

Sardinian: sale, sali

Galician: sal

Istriot: sal

Italian: sale

Venetian: sal, sałe

Occitan: sal, sau

Portuguese: sal

Romansch: sal, sel

Sicilian: sali

Spanish: sal

Sanskrit: सलिल (salila)

Old Prussian: sal

Old Irish: sál ("salt water, brine, seawater")

Scottish Gaelic: sàl ("brine, the sea")

Irish: sáile ("salt water, seawater, brine, the sea")

Old Irish: salann

Irish: salann

Scottish Gaelic: salann

Latvian: sāls, salds

Lithuanian: saldus, sálti ("sweeten")

Belarusian: сало́дкі (salódki) ("sweet")

Gothic: 𐍃𐌰𐌻𐍄 (salt)

Crimean Gothic: salt

Old Norse: salt

Icelandic: salt

Faroese: salt

Norn: salt

Norwegian: salt

Old Swedish: salt

Swedish: salt

Danish: salt

West Frisian: sâlt

Old Saxon: salt

Middle Low German: salt

English: salt

Old Frisian: salt

North Frisian: saalt

Old English: salt, sealt

Middle English: salt, salte, saulte, sawt

Scots: salt, saut, sawt

Old High German: salz

Middle High German: salz

German: Salz

Luxembourgish: Salz

Vilamovian: zaołc


AL

Old Armenian: աղ (ał)

Old Armenian: աղտ (ałt)

Greek: αλάτι (aláti)


SOL-

---> Komi-Zyrian: сол (sol)

---> Estonian: sool

---> Votic: soola

---> Ingrian: soola

---> Veps: sol

---> Komi-Permyak: сов (sov)

Old Church Slavonic: соль (solĭ)

Belarusian: соль (solʹ)

Russian: соль (solʹ)

Bulgarian: сол (sol)

Macedonian: сол (sol)

Serbo-Croatian: со̑л, со̑, sȏl, sȏ

Slovene: sọ̑ł

Old Polish: sōl (sool)

Slovak: soľ

Lower Sorbian: sol

Latgalian: sõļs, solds, soldons

Russian: соло́дкий (solódkij) ("sweet")

Rusyn: солодкый (solodkŷj) ("sweet")

Ukrainian: соло́дкий (solódkyj) ("sweet")

Middle Low German: solt

Low German: Solt

Plautdietsch: Solt

Manx: sollan

Old Dutch: sout

Middle Dutch: sout

Dutch: zout

Afrikaans: sout

Saterland Frisian: Soalt

Latin: solum ("bottom, ground, base, foundation, bed, floor, pavement, ground, earth, land, soil")

Catalan: sòl ("soil")

French: sol ("soil")

Portuguese: solo ("soil")

Romanian: sol ("soil")

Old English: sol ("mud, muck, mire")

Middle English: sol, sule ("mud, muck, mire")

Scots: soil, sole, sulȝe, suilȝe ("mud, muck, mire")

English: sole, soal, soil ("mud, muck, mire")

Old Frisian: sol ("mud, muck, mire")

Middle Low German: söle ("mud, muck, mire")

Danish: søle ("mud, muck, mire")

Norwegian: søle, søyla, saula ("mud, muck, mire")

Middle Dutch: sol, sole ("mud, muck, mire")

Dutch: sol ("mud, muck, mire")

Old High German: sol, gisol ("mud, muck, mire")

Middle High German: sol, söl ("mud, muck, mire")


SLA-

Old Church Slavonic: сладъкъ ⱄⰾⰰⰴⱏⰽⱏ (sladŭkŭ) ("sweet")

Russian: сла́дкий (sládkij) ("sweet")

Bulgarian: сладък (sladǎk) ("sweet")

Macedonian: сладок (sladok) ("sweet")

Serbo-Croatian: сла̏дак, slȁdak ("sweet")

Molise Croatian: slȁk ("sweet")

Slovene: sládək ("sweet")

Czech: sladký ("sweet")


SLO-

Kashubian: słodczi ("sweet")

Polish: słodki ("sweet")

Slovak: sladký ("sweet")

Lower Sorbian: słodki ("sweet")

Upper Sorbian: słódki ("sweet")


SU-

---> Võro: suul

---> Karelian: šuola

---> Finnish: suola

---> Livonian: sūol

---> Livvi: suolu

---> Ludian: suol

---> Udmurt: сылал (sylal)

Polabian: süli

Czech: sůl

Polish: sól

Upper Sorbian: sól

German: Suhle ("mud, muck, mire")


HAL-

Ancient Greek: ἅλς (háls) ("salt, brine, sea, wit")

Breton: hal ("salt water, seawater, brine, the sea")

Welsh: hâl ("salt water, seawater, brine, the sea")

Middle Breton: halen

Cornish: haloin

Welsh: halen


HOL-

Middle Breton: holen


SE-

Romagnol: sêl

French: sel

Walloon:


SA-

Aromanian: sari, sare

Sardinian: sabi, sai, sari, sàui

Romanian: sare

Lombard: saa


SIL-

Rusyn: сіль (silʹ)

Ukrainian: сіль (silʹ)


Article published on the 30th of October 2018.


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