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Proto-Baltic: *smar̂-s-a- c.
Meaning: fat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smársa-s `Fett, schlechtes Fett mit dem man Speisen abmacht, dial. Schmalz (besonders minderwertiges)'
Proto-Baltic: *smaûg- (-ja-) vb. tr., *smaug-a- c.
Meaning: smother
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smáugti (-ia, -ē) `(er)würgen, quälen, peinigen, drosseln'; pl. smaugaĩ 'Diphtherie, -ritis, Krupp'
Proto-Baltic: *smaûl-ia- (1) c., *smul=
Meaning: soil, to clean
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: smaũlis `ein schmutzig Gewordener', smaũlêt (-ẽju) 'sabbeln, schmurgeln', smul̨̃l̨a 'Sabbeler, Schmutzfink', smulis, smu[ll]is 'ds.'; smulêt (-ẽju) 'besudeln'; smul̨̃l̨ât (-ãju) `sabbeln, sudeln'
Proto-Baltic: *smā̃g- (-ja-) vb. tr., *smā̃g-ia- c., *smag-ī̂-, -ō̂- vb.
Meaning: beat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: smōgē `Peitschenhieb'
Lithuanian: smō̃gti (ostlit. smãgia, lit. smō̃gia; prt. smō̃gē) `peitschen, schlagen, (etwas schweren) werfen, schleudern, schmeissen', dial. smō̃gi-s `heftiger Wurf, Schlag, Schleudern, Peitschenhieb', smagī́ti, smagṓti `peitschen'
Proto-Baltic: *smeî- (*smej-a-) vb. (2), *smaî-d-a- c. (1/2)
Meaning: laugh
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: smiêt (smeju, smêju) `(ver)lachen'; smaĩds, smaîds, pl. smaîdi `Lächeln'
Proto-Baltic: *smel- / *smil-
Meaning: sand
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smē̃lis (2) 'sand'; sméltē 'песчаная земля, пески (областное)', smiltìs (4) 'песок' (чаще Pl.) (Lyberis)
Lettish: smilts 'sand'
Proto-Baltic: *smel-ā̂ f., -a- c., *smel̂-/*smē̃l- vb. inch.
Meaning: resin, tar
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smelà 'Harz, Pech, Teer, Wagenschmiere'; smélti (-lsta, smẽlō) 'sich beschmieren, schmutzig werden; dunkel, trübe, matt werden', smē̃lti (-sta, -lō) 'trübe, matt werden, den Glanz verlieren'
Lettish: smęls, pl. smęli 'harziges Holz; Kien, Harz'
Proto-Baltic: *smer̃k- vb. tr., *smar̃k-u- adj.
Meaning: hurt, punish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smer̃kti (-kia, -kē) `verdammen, verurteilen, tadeln, missbilligen; in Not zu versetzen suchen', smarkù- (smar̃ku n.) `heftig, grausam, furchtbar, streng, forsch, usw.'
Lettish: smãrks 'tüchtig, gehörig'
Proto-Baltic: *smi-k-en-a- c.
Meaning: shrew
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: smicęns `schwarze Spitzmaus'
Proto-Baltic: *smil̂g-ā̂ f. (1/2)
Meaning: a k. of herbaceous plant
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smìlga, dial. smilgà 'Straussgras (Agrostis), Windhalm', dial. 'blaues Perlgras (Melica caerulea); Schmiele (Aira flexuosa)'
Lettish: smil̂ga (?/ smil̃ga): balta sm. 'Agrostisalba stolonifera', cin̨u sm. 'Aira caespitosa', vēršu sm. 'Briza media', pumpuru sm. 'Perlgras (Melica nutans L.)', rudzu sm. 'Agrostis', purvu sm. 'Carex arenaria L.'
Proto-Baltic: *smir̂d-ē̂- (smir̂d-a-) vb. (2), *smir̂d- vb. inch. (2), *smird-ā̂ f., smir̃d-a- c., *smar̂d-a- c. (2), -ā̂, -iā̃ f., *smard-u- adj., *smar-w-iā̃ f.
Meaning: stink
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smirdḗti (westlit. smìrdi, ostlit. smìrda) `stinken, einen ekligen Geruch verbreiten', caus. smìrdinti 'stinkend, übelriechend machen; üblen Geruch verursachen, verbreiten'; smìrsti (-rsta, -dō) 'stinkend, übelriechend werden, anfangen zu stinken, einen üblen Geruch abgeben, verbreiten', smirdà (gen. -ō̃š) 'Gestank, übler Geruch', smìrda 'sinkende Person', smir̃da-s 'Gestank, stinkender Gegenstand, schmutziger, liederlicher Mensch'; smárda-s 'Geruch, Gestank', smardù- 'stinkend, übelriechend', smardìnti `stinkend, übelriechend machen', smárdvē 'übler Geruch, Gestank', dial. smar̃sa-a 'Geruch von Angebranntem, von Brattenfett', smársta-s 'id.'
Lettish: smir̂dêt (-u, -ẽju) `riechen (biblisch und im Volksmund auch von Wohlgerüchen), stinken', smir̂st (smir̂stu, smir̂du) 'stinkend werden', smer̂deklis 'Stänkerer', smęr̂dękls 'stinkender Gerät'; smarde 'Parfüm, Riechwasser; smar̂ds `Geruch, Duft', smarve 'Geruch'; smar̂ša, smar̂ža 'Gestank'; smar̂da 'Gestank'
Old Prussian: smorde `Faulbaum (Rhamnus frangulla)' V. 612
Proto-Baltic: *smuk- vb. intr.
Meaning: slip, creep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: smùkti (smuñka/dial. smū̃ksta, smùkō) '(ab)gleiten, -rutschen, (rutschend, gleitend) langsam sinken, fallen, einsinken, wohin schlüpfen, flink gehen, fliehen'
Lettish: smukt 'gleitend sinken', šmukt (šmùku, šmuku) 'gleiten, fliehen, entschlüpfen'
Proto-Baltic: *snak-iā̃ f.
Meaning: snail
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: snãkē `Schnecke, Weichtier'
Comments: Nach Fraenkel < ostpr. šnâk, šnek, snǫ̂k 'Schnecke, Giftschlange
Proto-Baltic: *snap-a- c., -ia- c.
Meaning: beak
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: snãpa-s 'Schnabel (bei Vögeln)', Tülle, Ausguss, Mützenschirm', snapẽli- s 'Tülle, Ausguss, Rüssel, Mützenschirm', snaplī̃-s 'Schnabel, rote herabhängende Lappen des Truthahns'
Lettish: snaps 'Schnabel'
Proto-Baltic: *snar̂g-l-ia- c., *sner̂g-l-ia- (1) c., *snerg-iā̃ f., *snirg-ō̂- vb.
Meaning: snivel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: snarglī̃-s (gen. snar̃gliō/snárgliō) 'Nasenschleim, flüssiger Nasenrotz, Schnuder, Schnodder'
Lettish: sner̃glis 'Rotz, Speichel; Rotzlöfel', snerdze 'Rotz', snirguot 'weinend schluchzen, zischen wie die Gänse'
Proto-Baltic: *snau-j-ia- c., *snau-ja- c., *snau-jā̂ f., *eñ=snau-jā̂ f., *eñ=snau-ja- c., *eñ=snaw-ā̂- f.
Meaning: fatty cover of guts; loop
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: į́=snauja, į=snaujà 'Netz (omentum) bei den Schweinen, Fettschicht, Fettpolster der Eingeweide'
Lettish: ìešn̨avas pl. 'Flaumfett; in ein dünnes Häutchen gehülltes Schweinefett; ungesalzenes Schmalz'; snaujis `Schlinge', snaujs "womit amn die Kummethölzer oben verbindet", snaujs, snauja 'Hölzchen mit einer Strick, womit man einem zu schlachtenden Schwein die Schnauze festschnürt'
Proto-Baltic: *snaûd- (-ja-) vb. (1), snaûd-ā̂ f. (1/2?), snūd-ā̂ f., *snud-ā̂ f., *snud-a- c., *snū̃d-a- c.
Meaning: doze
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: snáusti (snáudžia, -dē) `schlummern, dösen'; snaudà 'Schlummern, Säumen, Langsamsein; wer gern schläft, Schlafmütze', snáuda-s 'wer gern schläft'; snūdà (gen. -ō̃s) 'Schlafmütze; Schlummer, Halbschlaf', dial. snudà (gen. -ō̃s), snùda-s (pl. -aĩ) 'Schlafmütze', snū̃da-s 'Schläfrigkeit'; { snū́sti, -sta `einschlummern' }
Lettish: snaũst (snaũžu, snaũdu) `schlummern, schlafen'; snaũda 'Schlummer, Halbschlaf, Schlafmütze, Schläfrige(r)'
Proto-Baltic: *snā̂- (*snā̂-ja-) (1) vb., *snā̂-t-iā̃ (1) f., *snā̂-n-iā̃ (1) f. || *nā̂-t-en-iā̃-, nā̂-t-n-iā̃ (2) f., nā̂-t-n-a- (2) c.
Meaning: spin
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: *snãt (snàt2) (snāju) `locker zusammendrehen', snãte, snãne, snãtene, snãtne `leinene Decke, leinenes Tuch, usw.' || nâtene, nâtne 'Leinwand, Leinenzeug; leinene Weiberdecke', nâtns `Leinwand', als adj. 'leinen, zwirnen'
Proto-Baltic: *sneĩg-a- c., *sneĩg-u- sb., *snig-teî (prs. sneĩg=) vb., *snaig-[a]- m.
Meaning: snow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: sniẽga-s 2>4 `Schnee', dial. sniegù-s `id.'; snìgti, sniẽga/sniñga/sniẽga `schneien, fallen (vom Schnee)'; sniẽgena, dial. sniẽgana 'Gimpel (Pyrrhula pyrrhula); Dompfaffe (Loxia pyrrhula); Wacholderdrossel, Krammetsvogel'
Lettish: snìegs (pl. snìegi) `Schnee'; snigt (snìeg/snìg/snigst, sniga) `schneien'; sniẽdze, snìedze 'Schneeammer, Dompfaffe, Blaumaise'
Old Prussian: snaygis `Schnee'
Proto-Baltic: *snuk-ia- c.
Meaning: snout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: snùki-s 'Schnauze, Rüssel, Maul'
Lettish: snucis, snuk̨is, šnucis, šn̨ucis 'Schnauze'
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