The Phrygian word ΖΕΜΕΛΩΣ
z e m e l ɔː s
IPA zemelɔːs
Meaning man, human being
See also Greek: χαμηλός ‘near the ground, low’
Latin: humilis ‘low, humble’
Thracian: sem(e)la ‘land, earth’
Greek: χθαμαλός ‘near the ground’
Proto-Indo-European: *ĝhðem-, ĝhðom- ‘earth’
Tocharian B: keṃ ‘earth’
Doric Greek: σέμελος ‘snail’
Synonyms ΑΝΑΡ

Same PIE root (dhghemelo) gave both the nouns for man and earth (PIE *dʰéǵʰōm); compare Greek χθαμαλος, χαμηλός ('near the ground'), Latin homō ('human being, man') and humus ('ground, soil'). Also, compare to proto-Slavic zemja ('earth, soil').

Other words that might be of interest
ΚΝΑΙΚΑ ‘woman’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΕ ‘brother’, ΠΑΤΗΡ ‘father’, ΓΕΛΑΡΟΣ ‘sister in law’, ΟΡΟΥΑΝ ‘guardian, warden, father’, ΠΕΝΘΕΡΩ ‘father in law’, ΒΡΑΤΕΡΑΙΣ ‘brother’, ΙΑΝΑΤΕΡΑ ‘husband’s brother’s wife’, ΟΥΕΛΑ- ‘family, relatives’, ΟΡΟΥΕΝΑΝ ‘father’, ΒΟΝΟΚ- ‘woman, wife’, ΖΕΙΡΑ ‘hand, children, living’, ΕΡΟΚΑ ‘progeny, family’, ΚΟΡΟΑΝ ‘girl’, ↑ΙΡΑJ ‘living, children’