salko

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Uralic *śëlka (cognates include Northern Sami čuolgo (lever, crowbar), Erzya сялго (sjalgo, stick), Hungarian szál (fiber), Mansi сагла (sāɣla, slat, splinter), a loan from an early descendant of Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰalgʰo (slat) (whence eg. Lithuanian žalgà, Proto-Germanic *galgô → English gallows)

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salko

  1. pole
  2. flagstaff

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