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Proto-Baltic: *rim̂- vb. intr. (1), *ram-a- c., *ram-in̂- vb., *ram-u- adj., *rām-ā̂ f., *rā̂m-a- (1) adj.
Meaning: quiet
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rìmti (-sta, -ō) `ruhig werden, sich beruhigen, sich mildern', rãma-s `Ruhe', ramìnti 'beruhigen, beschwichtigen', ramù- `ruhig', rōmà 'Sanftmut, Eintracht, Ruhe, Stille', rōmù-/rṓmu-, ramù- `ruhig, sanftmütig'
Lettish: ramît, ramêt (-u/-ẽju, -ẽju) 'begraben, beerdigen', rim̃t, rìmt (rimstu, rimu) 'still, ruhig werden, schweigen', rãms `kirre, zahm, still, fromm (nicht religiös)'
Old Prussian: rāms 'sittig' Ench. 55,11
Proto-Baltic: *ri[s]=
Meaning: scratch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: rist 'schlitzen' (U.), risums, risiêns `Riss, Schlitz'
Proto-Baltic: *rī̂- vb. tr. (1), *raj-u- adj., *raj-ā̂ f., *rī̃-tl-iā̃ f. (1)
Meaning: swallow (vb.)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rī́ti (rī̃ja/rī̃na, rìjō) '(herunter)schlucken, verschlingen, verzehren', rajù- 'gefrässig, fressgierig', pra=rajà 'Abgrund'
Lettish: rĩt (riju/dial. rīnu, riju) tr., intr. 'schlucken, schlingen, fressen', rĩkle 'Rachen, Gurgel, Schlund, Mundöffnung; Netzkehle'
Proto-Baltic: *rī̂č-t-iā̃ (1) f.
Meaning: rod
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rī́kštē, dial. rī́štē 'Rute, Gerte, Geisel'
Lettish: rĩkste, rìste2 'Rute; Fidelbogen; Szepter; runder Stab, der durch die Schlingen der Kettenenden des Webstuhles geschoben wird; dünner Stab, woran man die Aufzugsfäden bindet'
Old Prussian: riste Voc. 639 'Rute, Gerte, Geisel'
Proto-Baltic: *rō̃š- vb. tr., *rō̃š-a-, -ja- adj.; *reûš- vb. tr., *reûš-iā̃ (1) f.; *rūš-ē̂- vb.; *ruš-ē̂- vb., *ruš-u- adj., *ruš-k-ā̂ f.
Meaning: prepare
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ruõšti 'bereiten, in Ordnung bringen, richten', rušḗti, dial. rūšḗti 'von grosser Geschäftigkeit und Bewegung erfüllt sein, wimmeln; tätig sein, sich rühren', rušù- 'tätig, geschäftig, arbeitsam'; Lith pl. riáušēs 'Skandal, Tumult, Verwirrung, Zerstörung', riáušti-s 'streiten, zanken'
Lettish: ruska 'unruhiger, ausgelassener Mensch, Übermütiger, Alberner', rùoss2, ruôšs2 'rührig, tätig'
Proto-Baltic: *rub-en-ia- c.
Meaning: grouse
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: rubenis, rubins, f. rubeniene, rube(s)nīca 'Birkhuhn (Tetrao terix L.)'
Proto-Baltic: *rug-i- c., *rug-ia- c.
Meaning: rye
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rugī̃s `Roggen(korn bzw. -halm), pl. rugiaĩ `Roggen'
Lettish: rudzis (pl. rudzi, gen. rudza, dat. rudzam) `Roggenkorn od. einzelnes Roggenpflänzchen', pl. 'Roggen (Secale secale L.)'
Old Prussian: rugis V. 258, ruggis Grunau 8 `Roggen'
Proto-Baltic: *rūk-, *rǖk- (-ja-) vb. (Lith AC / Leth CIRC)
Meaning: low, moo
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: rū́kti 'brüllen'
Lettish: rùkt, r̨ùkt (-cu) `brüllen, brausen, sausen, brummen, knurren'
Proto-Baltic: *sag-iā̃, *sag-s-t=, *seg-en-iā̃ f.
Meaning: cover
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sãgē `Umschlagetuch, Überwurf'
Lettish: segt (sędzu/sęgu, sedzu) 'decken, hüllen, bedecken, auf-, überdecken ', sęga, sęgs 'leinene Decke, wollene Nachtdecke; Decke'; sagša `wollenes Umschlagetuch, Hülle, Decke der Frauen, Bettdecke, wollene Nachtdecke'; sedzene 'Umschlagetuch'
Old Prussian: saxtis 'Rinde'
Proto-Baltic: *saĩd-ia- c., *said-r-ā̂ f., saĩd-r-a- c., -ia- c.
Meaning: reed, sedge
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: saidrà 'Moorbinse, Schnabelbinse (Rhynchspora)', dial. saĩdra-s 'Raisgras', saĩdri-s 'Spitz-, Riedgras (Carex)', saĩdi-s 'ds.'
Proto-Baltic: *saĩt-a- n., *saît-ā̂, -iā̃ (1) f., -ia- c., *seĩt-a- c.
Meaning: cord, rope
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: saĩta-s `Eimerschnur, -kette, Tragband, -bügel, Strick, Leine, Halsstrick bzw. Strangholz mit Strick (zum Anbinden der Kühe im Stall)'; dial. siẽta-s `Strick'
Lettish: saĩte, saĩta, saits, saitis 'Band, Fessel, Schnur'
Old Prussian: largasaytan (für lingasaytan) V. 446 'stickledd (= Steigleder, Riemen an der Steigbügeln)'; sayte 'Riemen'
Proto-Baltic: *sa(-), *sō̂(-) (2), *sam̂-
Meaning: with
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sà prp., sa- praef.; sam-, san-, są́- nomin. praef. 'mit, zusammen', sù praep. 'mit, in Begleitung von', prf. su-, súo- (e. g. súokalbis)
Lettish: sa- pref.; nom. prf. suô-
Old Prussian: sa- pref; nom prf., prp. san-, san 'mit, zusammen'; san-, som- praef. 'ds.';
Proto-Baltic: *sak-a- m., *sak-ā̂ f., *swak-ā̂ f., -a- c, *swek-a- c.
Meaning: pitch, tar
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sãka-s `Harztropfen, -stück', pl. sakaĩ `Harz'; (Miežinis) sveka-s `Harz'
Lettish: sakas pl. (Elger Diction., 137) 'Harz', (Westkurland) saki pl. `Harz'; pl. svakas `Harz', svaki pl. `Milch vor der Geburt'; svęki pl. `Harz'
Old Prussian: sackis `Harz' V. 598
Proto-Baltic: *sal-ā̂ f.
Meaning: village
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: salà dial. 'Dorf'
Lettish: sala 'Dorf'
Proto-Baltic: *sal-ā̂ f., *sal-aw-ā̂ f.; *sal̂- vb., *sal-u- c.
Meaning: to flow; island
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: salà `Insel', žem. ãtsala 'Einbuchtung an einem Flussufer, sinulus aquae stantis, incisus in fluminis ripam', salavà 'Werder, Flussinsel'; dial. sálti `fliessen'
Lettish: sala 'Insel, Holm, eine Höhe im Morast'
Old Prussian: salus `Regenbach' V. 63
Proto-Baltic: *sal̂- vb. intr., *sal-jā̂ f., *iñ-sal-a- c., *sal̂-d-u- (2) adj., *sal-i-, *sā̃l-i- c.
Meaning: sweet, salt
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sṓlīma-s (Kvēdarna) `Salzlake'; sálti `süss werden, einen süsslichen, faden Geschmack bekommen', dial. salià `Süssigkeit', į̃sala-s `id.'; saldù- `süss (vom Geschmack)'
Lettish: sā̀ls (gen. -s) f./m., sâle2 `Salz'; ìesals `Malz'; sal̂ds `süss'
Old Prussian: sal 'Salz'
Proto-Baltic: *sap-n-i-, *sap-n-a-, -ia- c., *sap-en-a-, -an-, -i- c.
Meaning: dream, sleep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sãpna-s `Traum, dial. Schlaf', dial. sãpni-s, sapnī̃-s 'Traum'
Lettish: sapnis, sapinis, sapenis, sapins, sapans, sapęns, sapns (gen. -s) 'Traum'
Proto-Baltic: *sar-
Meaning: red, ruddy
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sárkanas 'grell, rosig, rosarot', sar̃-tas 'hellrot'
Lettish: sar̂kans 'rot'
Comments: Fraenkel 764.
Proto-Baltic: *sar̃t-a-, *sar̂t-a- (1) adj.
Meaning: red, bay (horse)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sar̃ta- 'hellrot, (von Pferden) fuchsrot'
Lettish: sãrts, sā̀rts 'rot (im Gesicht), frisch aussehend', sā̀rtuôt, sãrtuôt tr. 'röten', intr. 'erröten, rot werden'
Proto-Baltic: *sarw-al-a- c.
Meaning: pus
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sarvalaĩ pl. (dial.) 'Jauche, Eiter'
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