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Continuing Proto-Indo-European *-lós.

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  1. From verbs, forms participles
  2. From intransitive verbs, forms adjectives
    Synonym: *-rъ
    *orsti (to grow) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*orstlъ (tall)
    *mьrznǫti (to freeze) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*mьrzlъ (frozen)
    *mъděti + ‎*-lъ → ‎*mъdьlъ (faint)?
    *pьrěti + ‎*-lъ → ‎*pьrělъ
    *gňiti (to rot) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*gňilъ (rotten)
  3. (rare) From nouns, forms adjectives
    Synonym: *-ьnъ
    *obъ (vicinity, locality) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*obьlъ (round)
    *krǫgъ (circle) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*krǫglъ (round)
    *světъ (light) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*světьlъ (light, bright)?
    *podъ (bottom) + ‎*-lъ → ‎*podьlъ (vile, low)

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