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Proto-Baltic: *čal̂m-a- (1) c., *čalm-iā̃ f.
Meaning: haulm
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: sal̃ms 'Strohhalm'
Old Prussian: salme
Proto-Baltic: *čal̂-n-ā̂ (2) f., *čal̂-n-ia- (2) c., *čal̂-t-a- (2) adj., *čal-ā̂ f., *čal-a- c.
Meaning: frost, freeze
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šálti (šą̃la/šálsta, šãlō) `(ge)frieren, abkühlen, kalt werden'; šálta- 'kalt, kühl, frostig', šalnà 'Reif, kleiner Frost', { pãšala-s `gefrorene Erde'; }; pašōlī̃-s `Nachtfrost, Frost in der Erde'; plìk-šala 'Frost ohne Schnee', dial. plìk-šala-s; grīn-šalà 'ds.', ãp=šala-s 'Glatteis', pã=šala-s, pa=šalà 'Frost in der Erde; gefrorener Erdboden, Nachtfrost', pṓ=šali-s 'leichter Frost'
Lettish: sal̂t (sal̂stu/sal̨u, salu) `frieren; gerinnen'; sal̂ts `kalt; kalt, bloss, nackt'; sal̂na `Frost, Reif', sal̂nis 'Eisschimmel'; sals 'Frost'
Old Prussian: pasalis `Frost', passalis 'leichter Frost' V. 57, salta 'kalt'
Proto-Baltic: *čam-a- c.
Meaning: sheat-fish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šãma-s 'Wels, Siluris glanis'
Lettish: sams 'Wels (Silurus glanis L.); böser Wassergeist'
Proto-Baltic: *čank-ā̂, -iā̃ f.
Meaning: hook
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: at-šankē̃ `Widerhaken, hakenartiger Vorsprung an einem Stock, Baum usw.', at-šanka `id.'
Proto-Baltic: *čap-a- c.
Meaning: straw
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šãpa-s `Halm, Hachel von Stroh, trocknes Ästchen, Schuppe, Stäubchen, kleines Stück, Splitter', pl. šãpai `Rückstand, den die Überschwemmung auf den Feldern zurücklässt; mehrere zerstreute Halme, Stroh-, Heuhalme'
Proto-Baltic: *čap-al-a-, -ia- c.
Meaning: a k. of fish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šãpala-s `Döbel(fisch), Leuciscus dobula, Art Karpfen, Alant, Gangling, Leuciscus idus, L. cephalus'
Lettish: sapals, sapalis `Dünakarpfen, Alant(sbleyer) (Leuciscus idus L.); Leuc. cephaleus L.; Squalius dobula; Squ. leuciscus; Eifisch (Leuc. grislagine L.)'
Proto-Baltic: *čark-[s]-t-iā̃ f.
Meaning: sheath
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: sarxtes pl. f. `Scheide des Schwertes'
Proto-Baltic: *čar̃m-a- c., *čar̂m-ā̂ (2) f., *čarm- vb. intr.; *čern-a- (1) c., *čern-a- (1) adj.; *čer̃šn-a-, *čer̃šn-ā̂ (1) c., *čer̃š-t-ā̂ f., *čir̃šn-a c.
Meaning: hor-frost, snow-crust
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šar̃ma-s, šarmà `Reif, gefrorener Tau'; šer̃kšnas `Reif, gefrorener Tau', šer̃kšta`schimmelig'; širkšna-s `Reif'
Lettish: sar̂ma, dial. sę̄rma [kuron. für *sęr̂ma?] `Reif, Rauchfrost', sarmt (-mstu, -mu) `sich bereifen', sę̄rksna, -e, -is `Schneekruste', sę̄rsna, sę̄rsns, sèrsnis, pl. sḕrsni, sḕršn̨i, sērsnes `Reiffrost; Nachtfrost im Frühling; Harst über dem Schnee', sę̄rstu laiks `die Zeit, da der Schnee trägt und dadurch das Gehen erleichtert'
Proto-Baltic: *čar̂k-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: magpie
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šárka `Elster', mẽdšarkē `Raubwürger, grauer Würger (сорокопут), Berg-, Busch-, Krickelster, Buschfalke, Wächter'
Proto-Baltic: *čar̂m-a- (1) c., *čirm-iā̃ f.
Meaning: alkali
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šárma-s `(Aschen)lauge'
Lettish: sãrms, dial. sãrums `Lauge'
Old Prussian: sirmes `Lauge' V. 554
Proto-Baltic: *čar̂-w-a- c., *čar̂-n-a-, -ia- c. (1)
Meaning: faeces
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šárvai pl. 'Menstrua der Weiber'
Lettish: sãrn̨i, sā̀rn̨i, sãrni pl. 'Schlacken; Weiberkrankheit, Blum der Weiber, Monatsreinigung; Exkremente'
Proto-Baltic: *čar̂w-a- m.
Meaning: armour
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šárva-s, pl. šarvaĩ 'Harnisch, Panzer, Rüstung'
Old Prussian: sarwis 'Waffen' V. 418
Proto-Baltic: *čas-in-[a]-s m.
Meaning: hare
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: sasins `Hase' V.659, sasintiklo `Hasengarn' V. 697
Proto-Baltic: *čaũk- (-ia-) vb.
Meaning: shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šaũkti (-kia, -kē) 'schreien, laut rufen, jmd. nennen'
Lettish: sàukt (-cu) tr/ 'rufen, nennen; proklamieren (in der Kirche); wählen; mit Beinamen belegen, schimpfen'
Proto-Baltic: *čau-l-i- c., *čū-t-i- c., *čū̂-k-ā̂ f.
Meaning: thigh; heap
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šaulì-s 'Hüfte'; šūti-s (-ies) 'Haufen (Steine, Holz u. dgl.)', dial. šū́ka 'Heuhaufen auf dem Feld'
Proto-Baltic: *čaũn-a- adj., *čaũn-u-
Meaning: fast
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šaũna- `schnell, hastig, heftig, vortrefflich, schön', šaunù- `id.; brav, tüchtig, ehrenhaft'; adv. šaũniai `hastig, heftig, vortrefflich, sehr'
Comments: [according to Fraenkel -- to šáuti ]
Proto-Baltic: *čā̂k- (*čā̂k-a-) (2) vb., *čōk-[ia]- m.; *čō̂k-ā- vb.; *čak-u- adj.
Meaning: jump
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šṓkti (šṓka, šṓkō) 'springen, hüpfen, tanzen, sich rhythmisch bewegen', šúokōti 'hüpfend, springend laufen, tanzen'; šakù- `flink'
Lettish: sâkt (sâku /sâcu infl.) tr., intr. 'anfangen, beginnen'
Old Prussian: soakis 'Grasmücke' V. 750
Proto-Baltic: *čā̂n-a-, -ia- (1) c.
Meaning: side
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šṓna-s 'Seite, Flanke, Ufer, seitliche Begrenzung'
Lettish: sãns, sãnis, pl. sãni, sān̨i 'Seite'
Proto-Baltic: *čā̂w-ā̂ (2) f. (? *čeuw-ā̂)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šōvà 'sprogymė; drevė; caverna arboris' (MEV III:809)
Lettish: sâva 'eine längliche Narbe (auch in der Baumrinde)'; šâva2 `eine scheidenartig geformte Spalte oder Höhlung am Baum'
Proto-Baltic: *čečēl-
Meaning: shadow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šešḗlis, šešuolis
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