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more celtic slavic words

fight | *wixtā, *wīk-ā- (?) | bitka (battle), vika (shout)
fill | *φlīn-e/o | puniti (infinitiv, past time would be 'punio')
finger | *bissi- (?) | prst
flat stone | *(φ)likkā- (?) | ploča
flat-fish | *(s)lisd- (??) | riba (fish)- list
flee |*tekk-e/o- (?) | utekao (past time – "had run away")
fleece | *knab-jā- (?) | kanap (rope)
flow | *leja- | lije (to flow down as e.g. rain or spilled fluid does)
foam | *φowen-o- (-ī-) (?) | pena
forehead | *talo | čelo
forest | *kaito | gaj
forest | *φro-sto | hrast (oak)
four- *kʷetru, *kʷetweres (m.), *kʷetesres (f.) | četiri, četvoro (n)…
full | *φlāno | puno
gift | *dāno | dano (given)
gift | *φro-dā- (?) | prodati (to sell), prodano (sold)
give | *dā- | da-ti
go | *(s)teig-e/ogo | stigao (has arrived)
go | *i-tā-(je/o-) (?)| ići, ide
going | *(s)tixtā | stići (arrive – infinitive), stiže (he/she arrives)
grain | *φitu | žito
grandmother |*nanī | nana (older related woman, e.g. sister of grandmother)
grey | *udro- (?) | modro (grayish blue, e.g. as in bruise)
grind |*mela-, *mel-e/o-, *mal-e/o- (?) | melje (he/she grinds), mleti (infinitive)
groan | *stan-je/o- (?), *stono | stenje (he/she groans), stenjati (infinitive)
grove, wood |*kʷristo | hrast (oak tree)
hair | *blawi- (?) | plav (fair haired, otherwise word means blue color)
hair | *doklo | dlaka (hair – not as a whole but as one thread of it)
haste | *britso | brzo (fast)
haunch | *kostā- (??) | kost (bone)
healthy | *jakko | jako (strong, healthy)
heat | *gʷritu | goreti (to burn)
herb, plant | *lustu- | list (leaf)
hill | *brendo- (?) | brdo
hips | *akraitsā- | kraci (legs)
hit | *toraw- (?) | udara
hold | *derk- (??) | drži (hold), direk (riser, post, column)
horse | *ekwo | konj
horse | *kaballo | kobila (female horse)
horsehair | *rauno- (??) | runo (fleece, wool)
host | *dāmā-, *dāmo | dom (home)
host | *sloug-eto- (?) | sluga (servant), služiti (to serve)
hurry | *sφisk | spiskati (to spend stg. valuable e.g. money in a hurry, too fast)
illness | *balo | bolest
insult | *makljo- (?), *tambal- (?) | makljati (to beat), tamburati (to beat) – both are kind of slang words
jump | *skak | skok
knee | *kʷenno-glīno- | koleno
know | *gnā- (?) | znati
know | *weid | vid-eti (to see), vid (vision)
lament |*φari-kan-e | narikanje

i invite everyone to look at the dictionary and add more examples if you can find them. i never looked all the way to the end, but i think this is enough to show that there was a linguistic contact between "celts" and slavs.

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