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Vienuolis
Posted 2014-03-02 17:44 (#95520 - in reply to #95178)
Subject: RE: Paliokas name



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Paliokas is not Poland in Lithuanian language. In Lithuanian, Poland is „lenkas“. Although Polak is a self-name of Polish peaople, there is no such word in Polish language.

There are a few of quite separate meanings in Lithuanian language:

  • pala, palaikai, palotkos — a bunk;

  • pala — a fishing net;

  • palis, peiliukas? — such combat knife, chopping sword, http://vienuolis.typepad.com/photos/kalbotyra/falx.jpg , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falx ;

  • palios, palaja, pelkė — a swamp;

  • palakas, pelekas — a flipper, paddle, fins;

  • pelekys — such double axe, la. pelekus, gr. πέλεκυς;

  • paliokas — a hunter, soldier, shooter;

  • Palėkas, Paliekis, from pa+ Liekis — family name, Lech in Polish;

  • Pauliokas, Pauliukas, Pauliukaitis, Palionis, from Paulius — a person name, la. Pavlus; gr. Παῦλος, Σαῦλος, etc.


Edited by Vienuolis 2014-03-03 02:41
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