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To what I will eat the Ode: to a liberty or freedom?

As words will and freedom in Indo-European languages sound?
East - Slavic (will), West - Slavic (wola, vol`a), it is southern - Slavic (volya, volja, volja), the dreena - Indian (varas), avestiyskiya (v ā ra), Latin (voluntas), Romance (voluntad, volont é volont`a), German (vilja, will, volition), Baltic (vali á vala). However, it is similar?
East - Slavic (freedom), West - Slavic (swoboda, sloboda), is southern - Slavic (freedom, the settlement, svob ó da), Latin (libertas), Romance (libertad, libert é libert`a), German (frihet, freedom, liberty, freiheit), Baltic (laisv ė svabads). There is an obvious disparate.
from this very approximate analysis can be concluded: in - the first that concept the will not only primordially Slavic, but also probably belongs to protoslavic language which, on representations of some authors of works, is close to protoindo-European; in - the second, the concept will arose before concept freedom .

How words will and freedom in Indo-European languages sound?
East - Slavic (will), West - Slavic (wola, vol`a), it is southern - Slavic (volya, volja, volja), the dreena - Indian (varas), avestiyskiya (v ā ra), Latin (voluntas), Romance (voluntad, volont é volont`a), German (vilja, will, volition), Baltic (vali á vala). However, it is similar?
East - Slavic (freedom), West - Slavic (swoboda, sloboda), is southern - Slavic (freedom, the settlement, svob ó da), Latin (libertas), Romance (libertad, libert é libert`a), German (frihet, freedom, liberty, freiheit), Baltic (laisv ė svabads). There is an obvious disparate.
from this very approximate analysis can be concluded: in - the first that concept the will not only primordially Slavic, but also probably belongs to protoslavic language which, on representations of some authors of works, is close to protoindo-European; in - the second, the concept will arose before concept freedom . The text of article is removed at the request of the author