kalb

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Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *golbh-, *gṷol-bh- 'conglobate, swell'. Compare Latin globus (a round body, ball, sphere, globe, heap, clump), Old Norse kalfabōt (hip area, hip joint of meat), Old High German wazzarkalb (swelling, tumescence through water).

Verb[edit]

kalb (first-person singular past tense kalba, participle kalbur)

  1. to rot, go bad
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