ĝhu̯el-

ĝhu̯el-
    ĝhu̯el-
    English meaning: to bend, swerve
    Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘sich krũmmen, von der geraden Richtung abbiegen (also geistig and sittlich) under likewise”
    Material: O.Ind. hváratē “biegt from the geraden Richtung ab, makes krumme Wege”, hválati “gerät auf Abwege, strauchelt, errs “, juhurüṇ á -ḥ “mißglũckend”, víhruta-ḥ ‘schadhaft, sick “, hruṇüti “geht irre”, participle hrutá-, geneuert = renamed, has changed?? hvr̥tá-; hū́ rchati “geht schief, glides, sways, fällt”; hváras- n. “ curvature “, hvará- m. ‘snake”, vihrút- f. “kind of snake or worm”; Av. zbarǝmna- “crooked going”, zbaraϑa- n. “foot daēvischer Wesen”, zbarah- n. “hill”, zūrah- n. “ wrong; injustice, deception “, Pers. zūr “ incorrect; lie, falsity”; Gk. φαλίπτει μωραίνει Hes., φαλός ‘stammelnd, crazy” Hes. and probably φάλος m. “hornartiger protrusion am helmet”, presumably φολκός, epithet of Thersites B. 217, perhaps “ bowlegged”; perhaps also ἀποφώλιος “trũgerisch” (ō-grade), φῆλος “ deceitful “, φηλήτης “ cheater “, φηλόω (Dor. φᾱλόω) betrũge”; Lat. fallō, -ere “ deceive, cheat, deceive; make ineffective; sich entziehen; unbemerkt bleiben” (“*krumme Wege machen; ausbiegen”; *ĝhu̯elnō, compare O.Ind. hruṇüti); Lith. nuožvelnù s “abschũssig”; žvalù s ‘skilful; agile, behend” (“*sich leicht biegend”); ablaut. įžvil̃nas “ slantwise, slant, skew” (*ĝhu̯ḷ-), pažvil-ti, -au ‘sich neigen”, žvylú oti ‘swing, waver”; pražul̃ nas (*ĝhul-) ‘schräge, slant, skew”, pažù lnus ds.; atžú las, -us ‘schroff, hard, unhöflich, pitiless “ under likewise; Ltv. zvel”u, zvêl”u, zvel̂t “wälzen, fortbewegen, umwerfen; hit”, refl. ‘sich schwerfällig fortbewegen, wallow, umfallen”, zval̂stîtiês “waver, waver”, zval̂ns “ fluctuating “; O.C.S. zъlъ “mad, wicked, evil, schlimm”, Ser.-Cr. zȁo (f. zlȁ), Russ. zoɫ (f. zɫa) ds.; perhaps *ĝhu̯-el- from a ĝheu- ‘slant, skew” extended; compare *ĝhu̯-er- in Lith. žurle “eine Rankenpflanze” (*ghu̯r̥-lo-), Gk. θέρμος m. “Feigenbohne” (*gu̯her-mo-).
    References: WP. I 643 f., WH. I 448, Trautmann 372 f.

Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary. 2015.

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