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llande f. (Noun) "acorn"
From Latin glandem, accusative of glans 'id.' From Proto-Italic *gwlānd- 'id.,' earlier *gwland-i. From Proto-Indo-European *gwl̥h2-n̥-d(h)i̯- 'id.'
Variants
Asturias, Santander, Álava, La Rioja lande "acorn," "ball"
Indo-European
Romance
Portuguese lande, Galician landra, Catalan gla, French gland, Italian ghianda, Aromanian gljindã, Romanian glogn, Sardinian landha
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic želǫdь "acorn," Polish żołądź 'id.,' Bulgarian žǎ̀lǎd 'id.,' Old Prussian gile 'id.,' Lithuanian (dialects) gìlė̃ 'id.,' Latvian zĩle 'id.'
Hellenic
Ancient Greek βᾰ́λᾰνος (bálanos) "acorn"
Armenian
Armenian kalin "acorn"
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit gula- "acorn," "penis," "clitoris"