From Proto-Albanian *lah-, from Proto-Indo-European *leh2- . Cognate to Ancient Greek λάσκω (laskō, “to cry, roar”). Present 'leh' occurs almost exclusively in the 2nd and 3d person, the -a- of which has usually been subject to umlaut.
leh (first-person singular past tense lehu, participle lehë)
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