"A possible Anatolian-Germanic isogloss... All Germanic attestations point to a root *talg-" (GK). "In the Scandinavian languages a great diversity of gender suggests that the word is borrowed from Middle Low German; the Middle English may have had a similar origin, but the parallelism of English sallow, Scots sauch, < Old English sealh, Anglian salh, suggests for English tallow, Scots tauch, an Old English *tealh, *talh, = Old Low German *talg, talh. Ulterior etymology unknown" (OED, 1910).
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