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Proto-Baltic: *aîǯ-ā̂ f. (1), *eĩǯ- (-ja-) vb. tr., *iǯ- vb. intr., *iǯ-ā̂ f., *īǯ-iā̃, *iǯ-jā̂ f., *eĩǯ-ā̂, -iā̃ f.
Meaning: peel, cut
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áiža 'Riss', aižī́ti 'enthülsen, aushülsen', áižēti 'enthülst w., sich abschälen', ìsaiža 'Hülse, Schale'; iẽžti, eĩžti 'enthülsen, aushülsen', eĩžti 'aushülsen', éižēti 'aufspringen', ìžti 'aufspringen, von Hülsenfrüchten', ižà, ìža-s 'Eisscholle', pl. ìžōs 'Grund-, Treibeis', īžē̃ 'Hülse, Schote, Schale', pl. ī̃žēs ' 'Fischsuppe', ižà, īžià, iženà, īžē, ìženōs 'Schnecken'
Lettish: aĩza, àiza, aîza 'Riss, Spalte im Eise; Pass', ìeza, ìeze2 'Spalte im Eis', īze2 'Riss, Spalte im Eise', ìezis 'Sandfels, felsenartige Sandlagerung, bes. an Flussufern, Gestein'; at=iezt (-žu, -zu) 'fletschen' (+ at=ìest2 (-šu -su) 'ds.' to aisīt)
Old Prussian: eyswo 'Wund'
Proto-Baltic: *aiǯ-ō̂l-a- c.
Meaning: oak
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aižuola-s (dial.) `Eiche'
Proto-Baltic: *ak-ē̂t-iā̃ f., *ak-ē̂t-ia- c., *ak-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: harrow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: akḗčiōs, ekḗčiōs pl. 'Eggen'; ekḗtis, gen. -čiō `Egge'; ekḗti, akḗti `egen'
Lettish: ecēsa (Druw., BW.), pl. ecēšas, ecêkšas (Ronneb., Smilt., Trik.), ecēža (Preili) `Egge', ecêt (-ēju, -ēju) `eggen'
Old Prussian: aketes pl. `Eggen' V.255
Proto-Baltic: *ak-i- c., *ak-ā̂, *ak-a- c.
Meaning: eye
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: akì-s `Auge, Masche, rundes Loch'; akà, ãka-s `Wuhne'
Lettish: acs (gen. -s, pl. gen. acu/aču) `Auge; Knospe, Öhr; offene, Wasser enthaltende Gruft im Morast', aka `Brunnen'
Old Prussian: ackis, ackins Augen V. 80
Proto-Baltic: *ak-la- adj., *ak- vb. intr.
Meaning: blind
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ãkla- `blind', àkti (añka) `blind werden'
Lettish: akls `nicht sehend, blind; lichtlos, finster, dunkel; nur dem Schein und nicht dem Wesen nach gleichend, blind, taub, falsch'; ? ikls (Elv.) `stockfinster'
Proto-Baltic: *ak-mō̃ (*ak-men-es) (1)
Meaning: stone
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: akmuõ, gen. -eñs `Stein'
Lettish: akmens, akmins (gen. -ns/-n̨a, pl. akmen̨i/akmin̨i) 'Stein'
Proto-Baltic: *ak-ō̂t-a- c., *ak-[ō]n-a- m.
Meaning: awn, chaff
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: akúota-s `Granne, Hachel'
Old Prussian: ackons `Grannen, Hachel' V.277
Proto-Baltic: *ald-ij-ā̂ f.
Meaning: boot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { aldijà, eldijà f. 'Flusskahn'}
Proto-Baltic: *al̃g- vb. tr.; *al̃g-ā̂ f.
Meaning: pay(ment)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: algà `Lohn, Sold'; el̃gti-s 'sich benehmen, sich betragen, betteln'
Lettish: àlga 'Lohn'; èlgt2 (-dzu) 'aufdringlich bitten, sich aufdrängen, sich beherrschen, aushalten'
Old Prussian: ālgas gen. `Lohn'
Proto-Baltic: *alg-ā̂- vb.
Meaning: say, call
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: algṓti 'sagen, nennen, rufen, schreien'
Proto-Baltic: *alis-k-n-i-, *alus-k-n-ā̂ f., *al̃s-k-n-i- c., *als-k-n-ā̂ f. (Lith AC/Lett CIRC)
Meaning: alder
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: al̃ksni-s, dial. (Dusetos) alìksni-s `Erle', dial. alksnà, álksna `Erlenhain'
Lettish: èlksnis 'Erle, Eller'; àlksna (Bersohn, < *ę̀lksna), àlksne, alkšn̨a `Erlenwald, Erlengebüsch, ein mit Erlen bewachsener Ort'; àlksna2, aluksna 'eine einschiessende, morastige Stelle, besonders im Walde'
Old Prussian: al(i)skande [überl. abskande] `Erle' V. 602
Proto-Baltic: *al-ja- adj.
Meaning: all
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aliái 'all, jeder, ganz, völlig, ausnahmslos', loc. alda kampẽlī `in jeder Ecke'
Comments: According to Fraenkel, the word has nothing in common with Germ. all and is produced from alè 'but' ( < Polish).
Proto-Baltic: *al̃k-a- c., *al̃k-ā̂ f.
Meaning: sacred place
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: al̃kas, alkà `Hain'; ME I:567 elkas, al̃kas '(heiliger) Hain'
Lettish: ę̀lks 'der Götze, der Abgott'; ęlka kalns, ęlka dievs `Tempelberg, Tempelgott'; { ON Elkazeme etc. }
Old Prussian: Alkayne, Alkanasoyte (ON)
Proto-Baltic: *al̃m-iā̃ f., *al̃-mō̃ (-men-)
Meaning: pus
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: al̃mēs, dial. el̃mēs `aus dem Körper fliessende Materie, Blutserum, Blutwasser'; almuõ `Eiter'
Proto-Baltic: *al-ō̂- vb.; *ā̂l-jā (1), *ā̂l-jō̂- (1) vb.
Meaning: roam, wander
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aliṓti-s dial. 'Rasereien, Unsinn machen'
Lettish: aluôt(iês) `irren, umherirren, fehlen'; ãl̨a `Kapriolenmacher, unsinniger Mensch, Dummkopf', ãl̨uôtiês `sich närrisch gebärden', ãlêtiês (-ẽjuôs) 'sich unruhig gebärden'
Proto-Baltic: *al̃p- vb., *al̃p-na- adj., *al̃p-ā̂ f., *el̂p-ā̂ f. (1), *al̂p-iā̃ f. (1)
Meaning: weak, insensible
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: al̃pti `das Bewusstsein verlieren, ohnmächtig werden'; al̃pna- `schwach'
Lettish: àlpa2 'das Luftschöpfen', ęl̃pa (Wolm. usw.), el̃pe (U.), elpis (U., Blieden) 'der Atem, das Luftschöpfen, der Luftzug; die Beihilfe, das Viehfutter, die Wurze, die Zutaten zur Speise'
Proto-Baltic: *al-u n.
Meaning: beer
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: alù-s `Bier'
Lettish: alus `das Bier'
Old Prussian: alu n. `Met' V. 392
Proto-Baltic: *al̂k- (2) vb. intr.
Meaning: hungry, beggarly
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: álkti; { el̃geta `Bettler' }
Lettish: al̂kt (-kstu, -ku) `dürsten schmachten, verlangen, sich sehnen'
Old Prussian: alkīns `nüchtern' Ench. 55, 11
Proto-Baltic: *al̂n-ia- m. (2), *al̂n-ja- m., *áln-iā̃ f.; *lān-ik-[a]- m.
Meaning: deer
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: élni-s (gen. -iō), élnia-s `Hirsch', élnē `Hirschkuh, Hindin'; OLith (ME I:68) ellenis, ellinis
Lettish: al̂nis `Elentier (Cervus alces)'
Old Prussian: alne `tyer (? = Hindin')' V. 647; { lonix 'Stier' }
Proto-Baltic: *al̂w-a-s (2) m., *al̂w-ā̂ (2) f.
Meaning: tin
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: álva-s (+ ãlava-s < slav.) `Zinn'
Lettish: al̂va, al̂vs `Zinn'
Old Prussian: alwis `Blei' V. 527
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