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Proto-Baltic: *pul̂- (*pō̂l-a-) vb. intr., *pul-ti- c., *pal- vb.
Meaning: fall
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pùlti (púola/žem. pul̃na, apipúnla, púolō/púolē) `fallen'; pultì -s 'Sichdrängen, Andrang'
Lettish: pult (puolu, pulu) (älter) `fallen'
Old Prussian: aupallai `findet', pl. m. ptc. prt. act. aupallusis
Proto-Baltic: *pupuk=, *puput=
Meaning: hoopoe
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: pupucis, pupuce, pupuk̨is, pupik̨is, puputis, pupute `Wiedehopf (Uoupa epops L.)'
Proto-Baltic: *pur̃w-a- c., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: dirt, marsh
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pur̃va-s 'Schmutz, Dreck', pl. purvaĩ '(Strassen)kot'
Lettish: pùrvs, purve 'Morast, Sumpf'
Proto-Baltic: *pur̂d-ul-ia- (1) c.
Meaning: snivel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: pur̃dulis `Nasenschleim'
Proto-Baltic: *pus=, *paus=
Meaning: half
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pùsē 'Hälfte', pus- in compos.
Lettish: pus- 'halb-, halbwegs'; puse 'Hälfte', pušu, pušum 'entzwei'
Old Prussian: pausan, pauson 'Hälfte', preipaus 'hin' (= 'zur Seite'), possisawaite V. 20 'Mittwoch'
Proto-Baltic: *put-ā̂ f.
Meaning: foam
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: putà, pl. pùtōs 'Schaum'
Lettish: putas, putes pl. `Schaum'
Proto-Baltic: *put-n-a-, -ia- c., *put-ī̂t-ia- c.; *paũč-t-i- c., *paũč-t-iā̃ f.
Meaning: bird
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: putī́tis `Küchlein'; paũkšti-s, dial. paũkštē, paũštē `Vogel'
Lettish: putns, putnis `Vogel'
Proto-Baltic: *pū̃l-ia- c., *pūl-iā̃, *pūl-ō̂- vb.
Meaning: heap
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: pùlis, pūle 'Haufe, Menge; Nest; Strichregen'; pūl̨i pl. 'Regenwolken'; pūl̨uôtiês 'sich vermehren, sich sammeln'
Proto-Baltic: *pūn-iā̃ f.
Meaning: hollow (in the egg)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pūnē̃ 'hohles Ende am Ei'
Proto-Baltic: *pū̃p-ōl-a- c., *pū̂p-ō̂l-iā̃ f.; *pup-a- c., *pup-ā̂ f., *pup-el-iā̃ f., *pupu-ur-a- c., -ō̂l-iā̃ f., -ul-iac.
Meaning: bean, etc.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pupà 'Bohne'; pupẽlē `Bohne, Gartenbohne, Fasole, gemeiner Nelkenwurz'; pùpura-s `kleines Pickelchen (z. B. bei Gänsehaut)', pū́puolē, pùpuolē `dicke Knospe, aufgegangene Blütenknospe'
Lettish: pups 'Weiber-, Mutterbrust, Zitzr'; pupa `Bohne'; pupurs, pupuris `Knospe; Knirps', pùpuõls, pùpuôls, pùpuõlis, pùpuls2, pûpulis2 `Weidenkätzchen', pupulis `dickere Stelle im Garn'
Proto-Baltic: *pū̃r-a-, -ia- c.
Meaning: a k. of cereals
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pū̃ra-s `Einzelkorn von Winterweizen', pl. pūraĩ `Winterweizen'
Lettish: pûr̨i2 (Kr. pû[r]i) pl. `Winterweizen'
Old Prussian: pure `Trespe' V. 273
Proto-Baltic: *pū̂- (1) vb. intr., *pū̃-j-a- adj., *pū̂-l-ia- c., *peû-l-a-/*peũ-l-a- c., *puw-u- adj.
Meaning: rot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pū́ti (pū̃va/pū̃na/pū́sta, pùva) `faulen, modern, verwesen, vereitern, verfallen, faul im Bett liegen', pū̃ja- 'verfault', pl. pū́liai `Eiter', piáula -s, piaũla-s 'verfaultes, morsches Holz', pū́tra 'etwas Angefaultes, körperlich verfallene Person', puvù- 'faulbar, verweslich'
Lettish: pũt (pũstu, puvu) 'faulen, modern; lange schlafen, faulenzen'; pũznis 'Fauliges, Eiterndes; Lagerstätte eines Tieres'
Proto-Baltic: *rad-s-mā̂, -iā̃ f., *red-s-n-a- adj.
Meaning: well-fed, blooming
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rẽsna- `fleischig, stämmig, untersetzt, stark, tüchtig'
Lettish: rasma, rasme `Gedeihen, Ergiebigkeit, Trefflichkeit'; ręsns, rešn̨š `dick, dickleibig, dickstämmig, grob'
Proto-Baltic: *raga-s
Meaning: horn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rãgas
Lettish: rags
Proto-Baltic: *raid-u- adj., *raîd-ī̂- vb. (1/2)
Meaning: quick, rapid
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: raidù- 'schnell, rasch'
Lettish: raĩdît, raîdît (-u, -ĩju) `eilig senden, treiben, hezten; zapeln'
Proto-Baltic: *raid-u- adj.; *reid-ī̂- vb.; *rid-ā̂- f.
Meaning: ready
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: raidù- 'bereit, fertig, usw.'
Lettish: riedît (-u, -ĩju) 'anordnen, verfügen'; raids 'bereit, fertig'; rida 'Gerät, Kram'
Proto-Baltic: *raîb-a-/*raĩb-a- adj., *raib-ī̂-, *rib-ē̂- vb., *rib- vb. intr.; *raĩp- vb. intr., reĩp- vb. intr.,
Meaning: motley
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ráiba-, raĩba- 'buntscheckig, graubunt, braungelb gesprenkelt', ribḗti 'flimmern, sich kräuseln, schillern, sehr schnell laufen, flitzen', rìbti (rim̃ba, rìbō) 'flimmern' || raĩpti (-psta, -pō) 'flimmern (von den Augen)', reĩpti (-psta, -pō) 'flimmern'
Lettish: ràibs 'bunt, scheckig, fleckig', raibît (-ĩju) 'Buntwerk machen', rèibt (-bstu, -bu) 'schwindeln, duselig sein'
Old Prussian: roaban 'gestreift' V. 467 (oa < *ái)
Proto-Baltic: *rak- (*rak-a-/*rañk-a-) vb. abs., *rak-tuw-a- c.
Meaning: stab
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ràkti (ràka/rañka, ràkō/ràkē) `mit einem spitzen Gegenstand stochern, aufstechen, aufpicken, ausgraben'; raktùva-s 'Auskratzer, Reiniger, kleiner Spaten, Stäbchen zum Festmachen des Spinnrockens'
Lettish: rakt (rùoku, raku) 'graben'
Proto-Baltic: *rak-t-a- c.
Meaning: key
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rãkta-s `Schlüssel', { rakìnti `schliessen' }
Proto-Baltic: *ram̃b-u- adj., *ram̃b-a- c., *rem̃b- (-sta-/-ia-) vb. inch., *rim̃b-a- c., *rum̃b-a-/*rum̂b-a- c., *ram̃(b)-t-a- c.
Meaning: blunt
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rambù- 'stumpf, träge, faul, unbeweglich, schwerfällig', rem̃bti (-bsta, -bō; -bia, -bē) 'träge, unbeweglich werden', rim̃ba-s 'Peitschenschnur, Geissel, Peitsche', rum̃ba-s, rùmba-s, rumbà- 'Rand, Saum, Kante, Einfassung, Gebräme, Gürtel, Wirkband, Schrote, grosse Scheibe Brot', ram̃ta-s 'dünneres Stammende eines umgehauenen Baumes'
Lettish: rùobs 'Kerbe, Einschnitt, Lücke'; ruobs 'gekerbt, gezackt'
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