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From *kalë, from Proto-Indo-European *keleu 'to wander; way'. Close to Lithuanian keliáuju ‎(“fare, journey”), kẽlias ‎(“way”), Ancient Greek κέλευθος ‎(kéleuthos, “way”).

For more information - https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/kaloj

answered Dec 22, 2015 by Risad (124 points)

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