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In conclusion, we may surmise a direct influence of *cel'ad' meaning 'young human(s)' in one/some of old West Slavic dialects, on Anglo-Saxon cild at the time when the Angles, Saxons and Jutes were still on the continent, bordering with the Slavs, before their migration to the British Isles.
Along the same lines we are going to seek the origin of girl in a Scandinavian loan word coming ultimately from a West Slavic dialect.
The meaning 'a child of either sex' of ME girl (with its variants) and Low German gore comes as quite expected if we follow the proposed etymology from *grdlo 'person; animal' in some West Slavic dialects in the past.
SJP has only boj 'battle' and SLAW has bait meaning 'beat', while there is no such a word as boj in SOB, but we can safely posit the existence of a similar corresponding noun with the meaning 'fighter' in West Slavic dialects in the past.
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