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Proto-Baltic: *abō, *abei, *abai
Meaning: both
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: abù 'beide'
Lettish: abi 'beide'
Old Prussian: abbai 'beide'
Proto-Baltic: *ab-r-ā̂, -iā̃ f., -ia- c., *ab-ār-ā̂ f.
Meaning: trough
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ãbrina-s 'Butterbüchse, Buttertopf', dial. ãbrē 'dass'
Lettish: abra, abris 'Backtrog'
Old Prussian: aboros 'Raufe' Voc. 228
Proto-Baltic: *ačar-ā̂ f.
Meaning: tear(s)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ašarà, ãšara `Träne'
Lettish: asara `Träne, Tränchen'
Proto-Baltic: *ač-er-ia-, *ač-er-[a]- sb.
Meaning: perch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ešerỹs, dial. ašerỹs `(Fluss)barsch'
Lettish: asaris (Neuenburg, PS., LP.), aseris, asars `Flussbarsch (Perca fluviatilis)', pl asari 'ein Instrument, ein rundes Klötzchen, mit dessen Hilfe die die Rücklehne der Rohrstühle zusammenhaltenden Querhölzer geboge werden'
Proto-Baltic: *ač-r-u- adj., *ač-mō̃ (*ač-men-es), *ač-m-a- c., *ač-ak-ā̂ f., *ač-[a]- adj., etc.
Meaning: sharp
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ašrù-, aštrù- `scharf', ašmuõ, gen. -eñs, pl. ãšmens, ãšmenīs `Schärfe, Schneide', ašakà `Fischgräte, Kleie'; ašnì-s, asnì-s `längere, hervorstehende Haare eines Pelztieres, Roggenschösslinge, Schneide, Schärfe der Sense' + Lith akstì-s, akštì-s `(Räucher)spiess'; ãkstina-s `Stachel, Ochsenstecken, Federstachel'; ãšutas, ašatī̃s 'Pferdehaar'
Lettish: asmens (gen. asmens/asmen̨a, pl. asmenis/asmen̨i); asmins (gen. asmins/asmin̨am/asmina); asms 'Schärfe, Schneide der linge, die Klinge des Messers, des Schwertes, der scharfe, eiserne Teil der Schaufel; Spitze der Äh're; Zacke am Holze'; Patohn: asmins (-a) 'die Schneide, Klinge', asmenis (-n̨a) 'die Spitze, das Ende begrannter Ähre'; ass, (Rutzau) asrs `scharf', asaka, N.-Bartau asęka `Gräte'; asns `der hervorbrechende Keim' + aksts 'die Spitze, der erste Ansatz einer Feder bei einem Vogel'; asdj. 'flügge; geweckt, munter, flink'; ašḱis 'Haare des Pferdeschweifes', astri id., aste 'Schwanz'
Proto-Baltic: *ačtō̂-n-
Meaning: eight
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aštuonì 'eight'
Lettish: astuôn̨i, dial. astun̨i, astin̨(i) 'acht'
Proto-Baltic: *ačw-ā̂ f., *ačw-in-a- adj.
Meaning: mare
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ašvà, dial. ešvà `Stute'
Old Prussian: aswinan `Kobilmilch' V. 694
Proto-Baltic: *adl-iā̃ f.
Meaning: spruce
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ẽglē, dial. ãglē `Tanne'
Lettish: egle `Fichte (Picea axcelsa Lk.)'
Old Prussian: addle `Tanne' V. 596
Proto-Baltic: *agl-u- adj.
Meaning: the all
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: aglu, aglumi `im ganzen, in Summa'
Proto-Baltic: *agl-u n.
Meaning: rain
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: aglo n. `Regen' V. 47 (u-St.?)
Proto-Baltic: *ag-r-a- adv.
Meaning: early
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: agrs adj. 'früh, frühzeitig', agri adv. 'früh', agrums 'die Frühe'
Proto-Baltic: *aib-r-u- adj.
Meaning: astringent
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aibruma-s dial. `das Wässern (im Munde)'
Proto-Baltic: *aik-š-t-iā̃ f., *aik-š-t-u- adj.
Meaning: flat, even
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aikštē̃ `ebene Fläche, Horizontale', aikštùs `eben, weit, geräumich' - not found in Fraenk.
Proto-Baltic: *aĩs-t-r-u- adj., *aĩs-t-r-ā̂ f.
Meaning: sorrow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aistrà `heftige Leidenschaft', { aistrù- `leidenschaftlich' }
Proto-Baltic: *ãit-ā f.
Meaning: sheep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: àita, dial. àite 'als Gattungsbegriff des Schaffes; im Gegensatz zun männlichen Schaf und Lamm'
Comments: VT I:14: "wohl eine Bildung auf Grund des Demin. àitin̨a, aus avitin̨a, wie zuitin̨a aus zuvitin̨a, Fischlein (àite aus avĩte) [Adolphi Gramm. 17 gibt es avs "Schaf", Demin. avitin̨a, auch aitin̨a; die Lotavica grammatica: avs : aitin̨a]"
Proto-Baltic: *ait-e-gen-[a]- m.
Meaning: small woodpecker
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: aytegenis 'kleiner Specht' Voc. 745
Proto-Baltic: *aîč-k-u- adj., *ī̂č-k-u- adj., *ič-k-ja- adj., *aîč-k-t-u- adj., *aĩč-k-t-iā̃ f.
Meaning: clear, even
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áišku-, éišku-, ī́šku- `klar, deutlich', iščia- id.; aikštù- `eben, weit, geräumig', aikštē̃ `Lichtung, offene Stelle, Platz'
Proto-Baltic: *aîg-š-t-i- (2?) c., *aig-š-t-u- adj.
Meaning: sad; hot, scorching
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áikšti-s 'Leidenschaft, Glut, Hitze; Dürre, heitere, schönes Wetter', dial. áikštīti-s 'ausgelassen sein, indem man sich gegenseitig schlägt, Kapricen zeigen, Launen haben'; aikštùs arklī̃s 'hitziges Pferd, das, wenn es nur die Peitsche sieht, gleich losstürmt', aikštùs žmogùs 'Mensch, der weite Strecken zu Fuss zurücklegen kann'
Lettish: aîkstîtiês (-uôs, -ĩjuôs) 'schreien, lärmen'
Proto-Baltic: *aîk-in-ā̂- (2?) vb.
Meaning: call together
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: aîcinât (-u/-ãju, -ãju) `laden, rufen'
Proto-Baltic: *aît-i-war-a- c.
Meaning: elf
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áit(i)vara-s, áičvara-s, éit(i)vara-s 'Alp, fliegender Spukgeist, Kobold, Drachen als Kinderspielzeug, Mahr in den Haaren, Haarzotten, Mähre, Mahrzopf eines Menschen'
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