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Proto-Baltic: *sel-ē̂- (*sel-a-) vb.
Meaning: creep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: selḗti (sẽla) `schleichen, leise auftreten', caus. sē̃linti, selìnti
Proto-Baltic: *sem̂- vb. tr., *sam̂-ti- c.
Meaning: draw
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sémti (sẽmia/dial. sẽma, sḗmē) `(mit einem Schöpfgefäss, der hohlen Hand, einem Löffel) schöpfen, nehmen, schaufeln, entleeren', sámti-s `Schöpflöffel, -kelle, Suppenkelle, Kochlöffel'
Proto-Baltic: *sen-a- adj., *sen-ia- c., *sen̂- vb. intr.
Meaning: old
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sẽna- `alt, bejahrt, gebraucht, abgetragen, antik, dem Altertum grhörig', sen(i)aĩ `schon lange her, vor langer Zeit, längst', sénti `altern, veralten'
Lettish: sęns `aus alter Zeit stammend, früher, ehemalig', senis, sen `längst, seit langer Zeit'
Proto-Baltic: *sept-īn-; *sept-m-a- adj.
Meaning: seven
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: sẽkma- 'siebenter'
Lithuanian: septīnì 'sieben'
Lettish: septin̨i, septîn̨i 'sieben'
Old Prussian: sep(t)mas 'siebenter'
Proto-Baltic: *serb-eñ-t-ā̂ f., -a- c.
Meaning: currants
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: serbentà, dial. serbénta 'schwarze Krausbeere, Gichtbeere, Ribes nigrum, Johannisbeere' dial. serpenta; serbeñta-s, ser̃benta-s `Johannisbere'
Proto-Baltic: *ser̂g-ē̂- (*ser̂g-), *sar̂g-a- c. (2), *sarg-ā̂ f., *sar̂g-ti- c.
Meaning: guard
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: sérgmi 1sg. prs.
Lithuanian: sérgēti (sérgiu), dial. sergḗti 'behüten, bewahren', pasárga 'Warnung, Be-, Anmerkung'; sárga-s 'Wächter, (Be)hüter, Pförtner, Schliesser, Sicherung (an Schusswaffen)', sargà '(Schildwache, (Ob)hut', sárgti-s 'Wache, Bewachung', sargù- 'wachsam'
Lettish: sar̂gs 'Wächter, Hüter'
Old Prussian: absergīsnan acc. 'Schutz', butsargs 'Haushalter'
Proto-Baltic: *ses-ō̃ (-er-), *swes-r-ā̂ f.
Meaning: sister
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sesuõ, gen. seser̃s `Schwester'
Old Prussian: swestro `Schwester' V. 174
Proto-Baltic: *seũb- vb. tr., *seub-ā̂ f., *seub-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: shake, swing
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: siaũbti `umherrasen, tollen (von Kindern); verwüsten, plündern'; dial. siaubīti-s 'wanken'; siūbúoti 'sich (mit dem Oberteil des Körpers) wiegen, schaukeln; schaukelnd, sich hin- und herwiegend gehen'
Lettish: šaũbît (-u, -ĩju) 'wackeln (schwanken) machen, von der Stelle wegbringen', šaûbîtiês, šaûbîtiês2 'zweifeln, in Zweifel sein'; pl. šaũbas, šaûbas2 'Zweifel'
Proto-Baltic: *sēr-i(a)- c.
Meaning: thread
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: { sēri-s `Faden, Pechtdraht' }
Proto-Baltic: *sē̂- (*sē̂-ja-) vb. tr. (1), *sē̂jā̂ (1) /*sē̃jā̂ f., *sē̂-tl-ā̂ f. (1), *sē̂-men-; *sē̂-l-en-ā̂ f., *sē̂-taw-ā̂ f. (1), *sē̂-n-Vl-ā̂ f. (1), *sa-j-u- adj.
Meaning: sow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sḗti (sḗja, sḗjō) 'säen', sētuvē̃/sḗtuvē/sētùvē 'Saatkorb, Sämaschine', sētùva-s 'Sämaschine'; sējà '(Aus-, Ein-)saat, Saatzeit, das gesäte Saatgut, Säen', dial. sējē 'Saatzeit', sḗkla, dial. sēklà '(Pflanzen)same, Samenkorb', sḗmenīs, pl. dial. ostlit. sḗmen(e)s 'Leinsamen, -saat'; sḗlena, dial. sēlenà 'Schale eines Getreidekorns', sajù- 'saatenreich, fruchtbar, ergiebig, reichlich'
Lettish: sẽt (sẽju) 'säen', sę̃tava, sę̃tuva, sę̄tave, sẽteve, sę̃tuve, sę̀tuvis2, sę̀tuvs2 'Saatkorb'; sẽja, sèja 'Säen, besätes Feld, (junge) Saat auf dem Feld'; sę̃kla 'Samen, Saat'; sę̃nala, sę̃nęla, sę̀nula2 'Hülse, Kleie'
Old Prussian: semen (sēmen) V. 256 'somen (= Samen)'
Proto-Baltic: *sē̂d-ē̂- (*sē̂d-) vb. (2), *sē̂d- (*sē̂d-a-) vb. (2), *sād-in̂- vb. caus., *sā̃d-ā̂ f., *sā̃d-(s)t-a- c., *sā̂d-(s)t-ā̂ f.
Meaning: sit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sēdḗti (šḗdžiu/sḗmi, sḗdmi, sēdḗjō) `sitzen'; sḗstī (sḗda, sḗdō), sḗsti-s 'sich setzen'; sōdìnti `setzen, pflanzen, stecken', dial. sōdà (-ō̃s, sō̃dą) 'Dorf, Ansiedlung'; sṓsta-s `Sitz, Thron', dial. (Kvēdarna) 'dass.'; { sṓsta `Thron'}
Lettish: sêdêt (sêdu/sêžu, sêdẽju) 'sitzen'; sêst (sę̂stu (/sêžu), sę̂du/sêdu) 'sich setzen; ? sitzen', sêstiês 'sich setzen; sich senken'
Old Prussian: sīdons ptc. pf. act. 'sitzend' (= 'gesetzt habend'); sinda(n)ts, syndens, sīdons 'sitzend'; sadinna `stellt', ptc. pf. pass. ensadints 'eingesetzt'; syndens, sindats `sitzend'; sosto f. `Bank' Voc. 218
Proto-Baltic: *sē̂k- vb. tr.
Meaning: cut
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: į-sḗkti `eingraben, schneiden', iš-sḗkti `sculpere', pasḗkeli-s 'grosser Schmiederhammer'
Proto-Baltic: *sidabra- c., *sudabra- c., *sirabl-a- c.
Meaning: silver
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: sidraba-s 'Silber'
Lithuanian: sidãbra-s, dial. sudãbra-s 'Silber'
Lettish: sidrabs, dial. sudrabs, sudarbs 'Silber'
Old Prussian: siraplis V. 524, acc. sg. sirablan 'Silber'
Proto-Baltic: *sil-ia- c., *sil-iā̃ f.
Meaning: trough
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sìli-s (dial.) 'Krippe', sìlē 'Trog'
Lettish: sile 'Futterkrippe, Trog'
Proto-Baltic: *sint-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: suppose
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sintḗti 'sich entschliessen, denken, überlegen'
Proto-Baltic: *sir̃g- (*ser̃g-a-) vb. (1?), *sar̃g-in̂- vb. caus., *ser̃g-ā̂ f.
Meaning: be ill
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sir̃gti (ser̃ga, sir̃gō) `krank sein', sergą̃s 'krank, leidend', caus. sargìnti
Lettish: sìrgt (/sir̃gt PS., C.) (sirgstu/sę̄rgu, sirgu) 'krank sein, kränkeln', sę̄̀rga 'Krankheit, Seuche'
Proto-Baltic: *sir̃p-a-, -ia- c., -ā̂, -iā̃ f.
Meaning: sickle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: *sìrpis (sìrpis2, sir̂pis2), sìrps2, sirpe, sirpa 'Sichel'
Proto-Baltic: *sir̂- (1) vb. tr./intr.
Meaning: clench
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sìrti (sī̃ra, sìrō) 'umkreisen, umfassen, umgeben'
Lettish: sir̃t (sir̨u, sīru) `kriegerische Streif-, Raubzüge machen; verheeren; umherschwärmen; besuchen, schmarotzen', sir̨a 'Umherstreifender, Bettler'
Proto-Baltic: *sīk-a-, -ia- c., *sī̂k-ā̂ (1), -iā̃, *sī̂g-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: a k. of fish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sī̃ki-s, sī̃kē, sī̃ka-s 'Schnäpel, Coregonus/Salmo lavaretus'
Lettish: sĩka, sĩga 'Schnäpel'
Proto-Baltic: *sī̂w-a- (1) c., *sīw-iā̃ f.
Meaning: juice
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: sī́va-s `Saft; Sirup, Junghonig'
Lithuanian: sī́va-s (dial.) `Saft; Sirup, Junghonig';
Lettish: sìvs2, sìve2 `Mistjauche', sĩvs 'Öl, das sich beim Handstossen bildet'
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