>Well, Skt pa:n.í-H 'hoof, palm' meant both, so it's connected at
> This > L+nasal > _+n. in Skt was also seen in:
> > p(a)L-x-mos p(a)L-x-m+ 'cup of the hoof'
> > p(a)L-x-ma:x p(a)L-x-mik+ 'palm of the hand'
> > paL-x-m+
> > paL-@-m+ (Arnaud : should be p&l&m)
> > paL-m@+
> > paL-mi+
> > paL-m.i+
> > paL-n.i+
> > pa_-n.i+
> > paa-n.i+
> > pa:n.í-H 'hoof, palm'
> I disagree with the connection hoof = palm of hand
> and I would rather posit : poL&-nAll other IE branches showed m.
> The -m is not part of the root
> so I see no objection to posit n instead of m
> =======*mel+, *gel+ 'project up (like a (round) hill)'
> > The PIE -ln()-, on the other hand, often gave -n.d.- in Skt.
> For example ?