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Proto-Baltic: *pel̂- (2) vb. tr., *pal-iā̃ f.
Meaning: penalty
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: pel̂t (pel̨u, pêlu) `schmähen, lästern, verleumdern'; pal̨a `Tadel, Schmähung'
Proto-Baltic: *pel̂- vb. tr.
Meaning: stare (eyes)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pélti (pẽlia, pḗlē) '(die Augen) weit aufsperren'
Proto-Baltic: *pem̃p-ia- c., *pim̂p-ia- (1) c., *pemp-, *pam̃p-, *pum̃p- vb. itr., *pam̂p-ā (1) f., *pam̃p-s-a- c., *pump-ul-ia- c., *pump-ur-a- c.
Meaning: swelling
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pampstù, pam̃pti `aufschwellen, sich (auf)blähen, sich aufdunsen' = pum̃pti; caus. pam̃pinti, -īti; pámpa `Wulst, Puff, Ausbauchung, Bausch, Beule, Knorr̃̃en', pam̃psa-s `Pampssattel; pumpùli-s `rundliches, dickbauchiges Ding, Pummel', pum̃pura-s `Knospe, kleiner Knirps'
Lettish: pàmpt (pàmpstu, pàmpu) intr. `schwellen, aufdunsen', pum̂pt2 (-s tu/-pju, -pu) `schwellen', pam̃pa `Anschwellung', pampulis `etwas Dickes, Aufgedunsenes, dicke Person'; pùmpulis `Beule', pum̃purs `Erhöhung, Buckel, Beule' pum̃purs, pum̃puris 'Knospe', pùmpurs2, pumpuris 'etwas Kleines, nicht Ausgewachsenes'; pèmpt `schwellen, aufdunsen', pèmpis `Bauch, Schmerbauch', pim̃pis, pimpulis `männliches Glied',̀ pìmpuris2 'runder Auswuchs an einem Baum; etwas Rundes, aus Holz Angefertigtess'', pl. t. pl. pimpul̨i`Kartoffeln', pam̃pāl̨is 'die Kartoffel'
Old Prussian: papimpis [überl. papinipis] `Polster (des Sattels)' V. 444 ?
Proto-Baltic: *pen-a- c., *pen-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: food, feed
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pẽna-s 'Nahrung, Futter, Kost', pl. penaĩ 'Gift', penḗti 'mästern, füttern, nähren'
Lettish: penêt 'verwöhnen'
Proto-Baltic: *peñk-
Meaning: five
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: penkì 'fünf'
Lettish: pìeci (/ piẽci Rutzau) 'fünf'
Proto-Baltic: *per-a- c.,*per-ē̂- vb., *per̃-kl-ia- c., *pa=per-a- c.
Meaning: fish-eggs
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pẽra-s `(Insekten)larve', žuvų̃ pẽras 'Fischlaich', pl. peraĩ 'Brut'; perḗti `(aus)brüten, auf den Eiern sitzen'; pãpera-s 'leeres, taubes Windei'
Lettish: per̨i, peres pl. 'Brut', perêt (3 sg. perē/per/pęr, prt. perẽja) 'brüten'; perinât 'aushecken, erzeugen; unter den Flügeln erwärmen', pere, perene, perekle, perēkle 'Bruthenne', perêklis, pereklis 'Nest; Brut'
Proto-Baltic: *per̃kū̂n-a-, *per̃kō̂n-a-, *per̃kaũn-a- m.
Meaning: thunder, thunder-god
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: perkū́na-s 'Donner, Blitzschlag; Donnergott'
Lettish: pḕrkuôns, pḕrkuonis, pḕrkàunis, pę̄̀rkauns 'Donner; Donnergott'
Old Prussian: percunis `Donner' V. 50
Proto-Baltic: *per̃s-l-ā̂, *par̃s-l-ā̂ f., *purs-l-ā̂ f., *pur̃s-l-a- c
Meaning: bubble, foam, small swelling
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: purslà `aufgespritztes Wasserbläschen; Geifer, Schwätzer', pl. pur̃slōs 'Gischt, Schaum, Spritzwasser, Geifer'; pur̃slas, pl. pur̃slai/purslaĩ = purslà, pur̃slōs; purzlà 'wen durch Verschütten, Verspritzen verunreinigt; beschmutzte, schmutzige Person'
Lettish: pā̀rsla, (/ pãrsla), pę̄̀rsla 'Flocke von Schnee, Eisnadel in der Luft, Flocke von Asche; Flocke von Wolle'
Proto-Baltic: *per̂g-a-/*per̃g-a- c.
Meaning: dug-out
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pérga-s, per̃ga-s `Einbaum, Nachen, aus einem ausgehöhlten Baumstamm hergestellter Fischerkahn'
Proto-Baltic: *per̂-, *par̂-
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pér-, dial. pár- prf., par- 'zurück, heim', per̃, dial. par̃ 'durch, über-weg, über-hin, um-herum, vermittels'
Old Prussian: per, par
Proto-Baltic: *pet- vb. intr.
Meaning: emaciate
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pèsti (peñta, pẽtō) 'sich erschöpfen, abmatten'
Proto-Baltic: *pet-ia- c., *pet-iā̃ f.
Meaning: shoulder
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: petī̃-s, gen. pẽčiō (and petì-s, gen. -iẽs), pl. pečiaĩ `Schulter, Achsel'
Old Prussian: pette `Schulter' V. 104, pettis `Schulterblatt' V. 106, [falschlich geschr. pectis] `Ofenschaufel' V. 332
Proto-Baltic: *peuč-iā̃ f., *puč-i- c.
Meaning: pine
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pušì-s `Kiefer, Fichte'
Old Prussian: peuse `Kynbom' (= `Kiefer') V. 597
Proto-Baltic: *peû- (1) vb. tr., *peû-t-uw-a- (1) c., *pǖ̂-tl-a- č., *peû-jā̂ f. (1), *peũ-jā̂ f.
Meaning: mow, cut
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: piáuti (-ja/-na, piṓvē) 'schneiden, mähen, ernten, belästigen, quälen, peinigen, beissen, zerreissen', piáutuva-s 'Sichel', piū̃vi-s 'Schnitt', piū́kla-s `Säge'
Lettish: pl̨aũt (pl̨aũju/-nu, pl̨ãvu) 'mähen, ernten', pl̨aũja, pl̨àuja 'Ernte'
Proto-Baltic: *pē̃p- vb. inch., *pep-in̂- vb. caus., *pā̃p-in̂-/*pā̂p-in̂- (2) vb.
Meaning: weak
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pē̃pti 'schwach, mager werden, schlechtes, ungesundes Aussehen bekommen', pẽpinti 'verwöhnen, verzärteln'; pō̃pinti
Lettish: pepe 'Fleisch' (Kindersprache), pę̂pa, pę̂pa 'wunde Stelle (Kinderspr.)'; pâpinât 'verwöhnen, verhätscheln'
Proto-Baltic: *pē̂d-ā̂ (2) f., pē̂d-a- (2) c., *pēd-jā̂ f., *pē̂d-iā̃ f., *pad-a- c., *pad-ja- c.
Meaning: foot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pēdà, dial. pēda-s `Fuss, Fusssohle, -spur; Fuss als Längenmass, Fussbreit', pēdžià `Gabelholz, gabelförmige Stütze bzw. Krücke, Stelze, kleines Gestell, kleiner Ständer', pḗdžia `gabelförmige Stütze bzw. Krücke, Stelze', pl. pḗdžiōs `Gestell, Ständer', pḗdē, pēdē̃ `= pēdžià; Sandale, Schnürsohle, Achsnagel, Lünse'; pãda-s `Fuss-, Schuhsole, Schienenfuss, Dreschboden, Dreschtenne, Ofen, Herd'; pãdžiai Untergestell einer Tonne, lengva-pėdis leisfüssig'
Lettish: pę̂da `Fusssohle; Fussstapfe, Spur; Fuss, Schuh als Längenmass', pę̂ds `Fussstapfe, Spur', adv. pêdis `hinterher, nachher'; pads `Estrich'
Proto-Baltic: *pik-a- c., *pik-ā̂ f.
Meaning: clod
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: piks, pika 'Klumpen, Kloss', ikas pl. 'Speise aus gestossenen Erbsen und Kartoffeln'
Proto-Baltic: *pik-i- (2) c.
Meaning: pitch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pìki-s `Pech'
Comments: [possibly from ostrpr. pick, pek `Pech']
Proto-Baltic: *pil-i- c., *pil-iā̃ f.
Meaning: castle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pilì-s, gen. -iẽs, dial. pìli-s, gen. -ies, žem. pìlē f. `Burg, Schloss'
Lettish: pils (gen. -s) `Schloss, Burg; Stadt'
Proto-Baltic: *pil̂- (*pil-a-) vb. tr., *pil̂- (2) vb. intr.; *pil̂-t-uw-a- c., *pil-ē̂- vb., *pil̂-d-ī̂- (1) vb.
Meaning: pour, drip
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pìlti (pìla/dial. pìlia, pÍlē) `giessen, (aus)schütten, (aus)füllen', pìltuva-s/piltùva-s `Trichter, Schöpfeimer, Giesskanne'; (?) pil̃vas 'Bauch' ("Ausgefülltes"); peldḗti 'schwimmen'
Lettish: pil̂t2 (pil̂stu2, pilu) Dond. intr. 'tröpfen', pilêt (-u, -ẽju) intr. `tröpfeln', pilêt (-ẽju) tr. 'träufeln, Tropfen machen, tropfenweise giessen'; peldēt 'schwimmen'
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