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Proto-Baltic: *dar̃ǯ-a- c.
Meaning: fenced lot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dar̃ža-s 'Garten'
Lettish: dā̀rzs 'Garten; von einem Zaun umgebener Raum zum Ausruhen der Haustiere, Hürde; Hof (um den Mond, um die Sonne); Zwerchfell, Diaphragma (?)'
Proto-Baltic: *daub-ā̂ f., *daub-ur-ā̂ f., *dub- vb. intr., *dub-ur-a- c.; *dō̂b- vb. tr., *dōb-ā̂, *dōb-iā̃ f.,
Meaning: deep; ground; sink
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dùbti `sich senken, sich höhlen, hohl werden', dúobti `aushöhlen, (einen Weg) ausfahren', dubùs `eingesunken, tief, hohl', dùburas `Einsenkung, Vertiefung, Grube, mit Wasser gefülltes Loch'; duobà `Höhlung im Baumstamm', duobē̃ `Grube, Loch'; daubà `Schlucht', dauburà `Talkessel'; dùgnas `Boden, Grund'
Lettish: dubęns (gen. dubęna), dubens (gen.-s) (Westkurland), dibęns, dibins ( gen. -na, -s, -n̨a), dibans, dibuns (Bolwen) `Grund, Boden, Tiefe; innerste od. hinterste Teil eines Raumes; der Hintere'; dubt (dubu, dubu) `einsinken, einfallen, hohl werden'; dubra 'Sumpf, Moor', pl. dubras 'ausgefahrene Grüfte auf Wegen'
Proto-Baltic: *daũg-a- adj., *daũg-ia- c.
Meaning: many
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: daũg, daugi(a) `viel', daũgi-s 'Vielheit'
Lettish: daũdz, daudzi 'viel'
Proto-Baltic: *daũǯ- (-ja-) vb. tr., *dauǯ-ī̂- (AC 1?), *duǯ- vb. intr.
Meaning: beat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: daũžti 'schlagen, stossen', intens. daužī́ti; dùžti 'zerbrechen, entzweigehen, bersten, platzen'
Lettish: dauzt (-žu, -zu) 'entzwei schlagen, trümmern', daũzît (-u, -ĩju) 'wiederholt schlagen'
Proto-Baltic: *daǯ-a- c., *daǯ-al-a- c., *daǯ-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: liquid paint
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dažaĩ pl. `flüssiger Farbstoff, Färbmittel', dãžala-s 'Tunke, Sauce', dažī́ti `färben, anstreichen'
Proto-Baltic: *dāk-iā̃ f.
Meaning: starling
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: doacke `Star'
Proto-Baltic: *dā̂b- (-ja-) vb. tr. (2)
Meaning: beat, hit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dṓbti 'stechen, entkräften, überwältigen, zu Tode quälen', dṓbta-s 'abgetragene, zerschlissene Kleiderstücke'
Lettish: dâbt (-bju, -du) 'schlagen, hauen'
Proto-Baltic: *dā̂b-il-a-, *dā̂b-ōl-a-, *āb-ō̂l-a-, *āb-il-a- m. (2)
Meaning: clover
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dṓbila-s 'Klee'
Lettish: dâbuols, dâbuls, âbuõls, âbuolis 'Klee'
Old Prussian: wobilis 'Klee' V. 290
Proto-Baltic: *deb-es-i- (*-es-es), *deb-es-ia- c.
Meaning: sky, cloud
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: debesì-s, gen. -iẽs, pl. gen. debesų̃; debesī̃-s, gen. dẽbesiō `Wolke'
Lettish: debess (gen. -s, pl. debesis, gen. dębęsu/debešu) f. `Himmel; Wolke', debesis `Wolke'
Proto-Baltic: *deb-īk-a- adj., *dab-l-a-, -ia- adj.
Meaning: big
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dabl̨š 'stark, üppig', dàbls `schlank, stark'
Old Prussian: debīkan `gross'
Proto-Baltic: *dečim̃t-; *čim̃t-a- c.
Meaning: ten
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dẽšimtìs 'Dekade, zehn', šim̃ta-s 'hundert'
Lettish: desmit(s) 'zehn', sìmts 'hundert'
Old Prussian: dessimpts, dessimton
Proto-Baltic: *deč-in-a- adj., *deč-in-iā̃ f.
Meaning: right
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dẽšina-, -ī̃-s `rechts', dešinē̃ `rechte Hand'
Proto-Baltic: *deder-iā̃, *dederw-in-iā̃ f.
Meaning: rush
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dedervinē̃ 'Flechte (Hautausschlag)'
Lettish: dedere, dederene 'Ekzem, Hautausschlag, Flechte'
Proto-Baltic: *deg- (*deg-a-) vb. tr./intr., *dē̃g-ia- c., *deg-es-ia- c., *dag-a- c., *dag-ia- c., *dag-u- adj., *dag-l-ā̂ f., *dag-l-ia- c., *dag-l-u- c., *deg-l-a-, *dag-l-a- adj., *dag-[a]- m., *deg-ut-a- c., *deg-ō-t-a- c.
Meaning: burn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dègti (dẽga) `(intr.) brennen, (tr.) anzünden, in Brand stecken'; dē̃gi-s 'Brandmal', pl. degesiaĩ, degē̃siai, degèsis 'Augustmonat', dãga-s, dagà '(Sommer)hitze, schwüle Ernte', dagī̃-s 'Distel', dagù- 'entzündlich, brennbar, brennend, bissig, ätzend, jähzornig, feurig'; degla-, dãgla- 'schwarzgescheckt (von Schweinen)'; degùta-s 'Teer'
Lettish: degt 'brennen (tr., intr.)', dagla (dęgla), daglis (deglis) 'Birkling, Birkenschwamm und der aus diesem bereitete Feuerschwamm, Zunder', daglus 'Brandflecken'; dęgls 'brandfleckig, feuerfarbig'; dęguts, dęguots 'Birkenteer'
Old Prussian: dagis 'Sommer' Voc. 13, dagoaugis Voc. 638 'somirlatte (= Spross, wie er in einem Sommer wächst)'
Proto-Baltic: *degun- ?
Meaning: nose
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: deguns
Proto-Baltic: *deik-a- adj.
Meaning: empty
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dìeks2 (Warkh.) 'leer', (Kreuzb.) 'müssig', dìekam2 od. dìekai2 (Krslaw.) 'umsonst'
Comments: Lith dī̃ka- 'müssig, untätig, leer, öde', Lett *dìks (dial. dìks2, dîks2) 'leer; frei von Arbeit, müssig' probably Slav. borrowings.
Proto-Baltic: *deĩ-n-ā̂ f.
Meaning: day
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dienà `Tag'
Lettish: dìena `Tag'
Old Prussian: deinan acc. f. `Tag'
Proto-Baltic: *dei-r=; *dī-r-ē̂-, *dī̂-r-ā̂- vb., *daî-r-ī̂- (1) vb., *dai-r-u- adj.,
Meaning: look
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dīrḗti, dī́rōti `spähen, gucken, lauern', caus. dī̃rinti; Lith dairī́ti-s `sich umblicken, umschauen', dairù- 'behutsam, zaghaft, ängstlich'
Lettish: daĩrîtiês (-uos, -ījuos) 'umhergaffen, unentschlossen dastehen, saumselig sein; auf der Hut sein, sich fürchten; fliehen'; Unsinn machen, sich müssig umhertreiben', dairēties umhergaffen, unentschlossen dastehen, saumselig sein'
Old Prussian: endyrītwei 'ansehen', 3 prs. endeirā, inf. endeirīt 'dass.'
Proto-Baltic: *deĩw-a- m., *deĩw-iā̃ f.
Meaning: god, heaven
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: diẽva-s `Gott', deivē̃, deĩvē `Göttin, Gespenst, hässliches Weib'
Lettish: dìevs (voc. diev, dievu) `Himmel; Gott', dìeve `Göttin'
Old Prussian: deiws, deywis `Gott' V. 1
Proto-Baltic: *deî- (2) vb., *daî-n-ā̂ (1) f., *daî-n-jā̂ (1) f., *dej-ā̂ f.
Meaning: dance, sing
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dainà '(weltliches) Lied'; dejà 'Wehklage'
Lettish: diêt C., Kl., diêt2 Tr., Bl., dìet2 Kr. `tanzen, hüpfen; singen'; daĩn̨a 'Volkslied, Lied'
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