>That would be from some l-dialect, then.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tgpedersen" <tgpedersen@> wrote:
> > Finally, STC reconstructs yet another supposedly unrelated root in
> > this semantic area, *blin,~*plin, 'full' (#142), underlying such
> > forms as WB prañ´ 'be full', phrañ´ 'fill'; Mikir plen, 'be
> > full', peplen, 'fill', etc. From what has already been said, it
> > should be clear that this set represents the very same etymon as
> > #138 and #352
> I can't help but wonder whether these Sino-Tibetan words might be
> borrowings from Sanskrit (cf. WB <prañ>/<phrañ>, Mikir
> <plen>/peplen> with Skt <pra:nah.> "filled, full").
> If not Sanskrit, maybe some other IE source (perhaps the ancestorsI don't think Matisoff argues either way.
> of Tocharian?) unless you know this to be out of the question.
> From here I also wonder whether the "flat" words might not also be
> due to borrowing rather than shared heritage.