Pulse
~ PULSE  | BEAT  STROKE |
^u         leading to STRIKE and
  see>  PELT
  see>  PESTLE
  see>  PILL which are from
  lat   PILOTTA or BALL FILLED WITH
        PILUS or HAIR
  sp    PALO      = ROD as in
  sug>  POLICE      who may
  lat   PELLERE     PUSH or 
  eng   PELT        TO BEAT 
        BEAT        TO HIT or DEFEAT 
  ukr   BYTNIK      PULSE as in 
  eng   BITNIK      PURSUER OF BEATS MOSTLY MUSICAL 
  gr    PALLO       SHAKE leading to
        POLTOS      POWDER
  see>  PESTLE      and see> MORTAR
  med>  PULSE       BEAT        sug> TEMPO
  sp    PULSO       STEADINESS OF THE HAND
        PULSADOR    PUSH BUTTON
        PULSAR      TO FINGER LIGHTLY  as a LYRE
        PULSEAR     TO HAND WRESTLE
     CONPULSAR      COMPEL
     PROPULSAR      PROPEL
        PULSERA     WRIST BRACELET
  lat   PULS        SEED     sug> PORRIDGE
        PULVIS      DUST
  eng   PALEA       CHAFF
  gr    PALUNEIN    FLOUR
  eng   POLLEN      or
        POLENTA
  myth> PALYNOLOGY  PALUNEIN = SPRINKLE FLOUR
                    ON SACRIFICIAL MEAT
  ukr   PALKA       STICK
        PALECZ      DIGIT or FINGER or INDEX "=
        ZHYVSHYK    THE LIVELY ONE 
        ZHYVU       I AM ALIVE or I LIVE 
        ZHYTO       WHEAT the cereal of live 
  sp    PALETA      PALETTE
  eng   PULSATILE   PUSHER  APPEAL
       APPELATIVE   APPULSE  COMPEL
      COMPEL        COMPULSIVE  COMPULSORY
      DISPEL        DRIVE AWAY sug> APOLLO
       EXPEL        EXPULSION or
       IMPEL        IMPULSE  IMPULSIVE
    INTERPEL        INTERPOLATE
      PROPEL        PROPELLANT  PROPELLER  sug> HELIX
       REPEL        REPELLENT
  eng  REPEAL       REPULSE
  med> PULSE or IMPULSE or RISE OF ARTERIES
       OFTEN FELT BY A FINGER AS A
  RHYTHMIC OR ARHYTHMIC LIFT or HEAVE
  ARTERIAL PULSES HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED AS
  ATRIAL     A SIGN OF TRICUSPID ATRESIA
  BIGEMINAL  DOUBLE or TWO BEATS
  HARD       OR HYPERTENSIVE
  SOFT       OR HYPOTENSIVE AND SO ON
  PULSE EXAMINATION REFLECTS THE STATUS OF ARTERIES
  THE ETYMOLOGY OF WHICH REFLECTS FORMER
  IDEAS THAT ARTERIES CONDUCTED AIR
  gr   AEREIN  = TO RISE  SWELL
  lat  ARTERIA = AIR or      sug> AERIAL
                 WIND PIPE or
                 TRACHEA
  ply> | IMPULSIVE PUSHING MAY COMPEL but also
         REPEL REPULSE and PROPEL an EXPULSION |

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