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Proto-Baltic: *driñs- (*dreñs-a-) vb., *drañs-ā̂ f., *drañs-u- adj.; *dir[s]-a- adj.
Meaning: adroit, daring
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: drį̃sti (drę̃sa/drį̃sta, drį̃sō) `wagen', drąsà `Dreistigkeit', drąsù- 'mutig, keck'
Lettish: drùošs, druoss `mutig, dreist; zuverlässig, sicher, gesichert'
Old Prussian: dyrsos gyntos 'fromman (= tüchtiger, zapferer Mensch)' Grunau 80
Proto-Baltic: *dru-s-
Meaning: piece, crumb
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: druskà 'Salz', drùzgas 'Splitter, kleines Stück'
Lettish: druska 'Brocken, Krümchen, Stückchen'
Proto-Baltic: *drūk-ta-
Meaning: thick, firm
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: drúktas, driúktas (dial.) 'thick, strong'
Old Prussian: drūktai adv. 'firmly'
Proto-Baltic: *duktē̃ (-er-) f.
Meaning: daughter
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: duktē̃, gen. -er̃s `Tochter'; pṓdūkra 'Stieftochter'
Old Prussian: duckti `Tochter'; poducre 'Stieftochter' Voc. 182
Proto-Baltic: *dum̂- vb. tr., *dum̂-s-l-iā̃ (1) f.
Meaning: blow, swell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dùmti (dùmia) `blasen, wehen, schnuppern', dial. dùmšlē `Falte, schwache, aufgeblasene Stelle in Gewebe, Buckel'
Old Prussian: dumsle `Harnblase' V. 134
Proto-Baltic: *dun-d-ē̂- vb., *dun̂-d-in̂- vb., *dūn-ā- vb., *dun-ē̂- vb., *dun-jā̂ f.
Meaning: thunder
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dundḗti `dröhnen', caus. dùndinti; duñgzti (dų̃zgia, dų̃zgē) 'hohl dröhnen, brausen', dial. dunzgḗti 'dröhnen', dial. (Niemi-Sab., #348) sudūnō upela, dūnō 'es dröhnte das Flüsschen, es drōhnte'
Lettish: dunêt (-u, -ẽju) 'dumpf tönen, brausen, tosen, dröhnen', dun̨a 'Getöse'
Proto-Baltic: *dup-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: make a noise
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dupêtiês 'dumpf schallen'
Proto-Baltic: *dur̂- (-ja-) vb. tr., etc.
Meaning: stechen
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dùrti
Proto-Baltic: *dū̃n-ia- c., *dū̃n-iā̃ f.
Meaning: mud
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dûn̨i2 (Salis), dùn̨as pl. `Schlamm', pl. dūn̨i 'nach der Blute zu Boden sinkende und an dem Schlamm wachsende Wasserpflanzen'
Proto-Baltic: *dū̃r-iā̃ f., *dū̃r-ia- (2) c.
Meaning: fist
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dùre, dûris2 'Faust'
Proto-Baltic: *dū̂-l-ia- (1) c., *dū̂-l-jā̂ (1) f., *dul̂- vb. inch.; *dwā̃-l-a- c., *dwel̂- vb. inch., *dū̂-m-a- (1) c., *dū̂-m-a- adj., *du-j-ā̂ f., *dū̂- vb. intr.
Meaning: smoke
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dū́li-s, dū́lia `Nebel, Dunst, Baummoder zum Beräuchern der Bienen'; dùlti 'morsch, wurmstichig werden, vermodern, verwittern, von Kräfter kommen'; dvō̃la-s 'schwerer Geruch, Gestank', dvélti 'die Luft verderben'; pl. dū́mai `Rauch, Qualm'; dū́ma- `dunkel-, schwarzbraun (vom Rindvieh)'; dujà `Stäubchen, feiner Regen, Nebel, Staubregen, feinstes Mehl, Dunst'; dùiti (dų̃ja, dùjō) 'verrückt werden, Verstand verlieren, benebelt werden, schimmelig, kamig werden, sich mit Nebel, Fliegenschmutz bedecken'
Lettish: dũlãjs, dũle, dũlẽjs, dũlis `Räuchermasse zum Forttreiben der Bienen; eine aus Lumpen und Stroh gemachte, räuchernde Fackel zum Forttreiben der Bienen; am einem Ende gespaltenes und Glimmendes Stück Eschen- od. Ebereschenholz, Art von Fackel, Lunte'; dũlêt (-ēju), dūl̨ât 'mit dem dūlājs räuchern, um die Bienen fortzutreiben, usw.'; pl. dũmi 'Rauch, Qualm'; dũms `dunkelrot, dunkelrau', dūmals, dũmal̨š `rauchfarbig, dunkelgrau; dunkelbraun, schwarzbraun'; dũmal̨a, dũmala 'dunkel-, schwarzbraune Kuh, rote Kuh mit braunem Kopfe'; dumjš, dums 'dunkelbraun, fahl'
Old Prussian: dumis Voc. 39 'Rauch'
Proto-Baltic: *dwan-a- c, *dwan-ā̂ f.
Meaning: dust
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: dvans, dvana, dvanums `Dunst, Dampf'
Proto-Baltic: *dwar-[a-]s m., *dur-i-s f., *dur̃-w-i- c.
Meaning: door
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dùrīs pl., gen. dùrų `Tür', ostlit. dùres
Lettish: dùrvis (gen. -vju), duris (gen. duru) pl. `Tür'
Old Prussian: dauris [lesen wohl duaris, d. i. dvaris] `Grosstor'
Proto-Baltic: *dwā̃k- (*dwak-ja-) vb., *dwā̃k-a- c., *dwā̃k-ā̂ f., -ia- c., *dwak-a- c., -ā̂ f., *dū̃k-a- c.
Meaning: breath, smell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dvō̃ka-s, dvōkà, dvō̃ki-s 'Gestank', dvãka-s 'Atem, Geruch, Gestank, verdorbene Luft', dvō̃kti (dvō̃kia/dvãkia, dvō̃kē) 'einen ekligen Geruch verbreiten, stinken', dvē̃kti-s '(schwer) atmen, keuchen'; dū̃ka-s 'Hauch, Atem, Gestank'
Lettish: dvaka 'übler Geruch'
Proto-Baltic: *dwē̃s- (*dwes-ja-) vb., *dwes-el-jā̂ f., *dwas-jā̂ f., *dwas-a- c., *dwas-n-ā̂ f., *daũs-ā̂ f., *dus-a- c., *dūs-ō̂- vb., *dus- vb. intr.; *dū̂s-jā̂ (1)
Meaning: breathe; breath, spirit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dvē̃sti (dvẽsia, dvē̃sē) `den Geist aushauchen, (von Tiere) verenden, krepieren', dvasià `Geist, Atem', dvãsa-s 'Geist', caus. dvasìnti, dvēsìnti 'verhungern lassen, Hungers sterben lassen', dvasnà 'Krepieren, Ende, Tod; Aas, körperlich heruntergekommenes Geschöpf', dvasḗti 'schal werden (vom Bier)'; pl. daũsōs 'Land der Seligen, Paradies'; dvō̃gzti (dvō̃zgia, -gē) 'brennen, stechen'; dùsa-s `Atembeschwerde, Atemnot, Asthma, Dunst, Seufzer, Schlag, Apoplexie', dūsúoti 'atmen'; dùsti (dū̃sta/dial. duñsa, dùsō) `ausser Atem kommen, ersticken, erlöschen, ausgehen (vom Feuer)', caus. dùsinti; dūšià 'Seele, Empfindung, Herz'
Lettish: dvèst/dvest (dvèšu/dvešu, dvèsu/dvesu) 'hauchen, atmen; hauchen, leise sprechen; schwer atmen, keuchen, stöhnen' [in Drsth. und Ruj. dvest 'schwer atmen' und dvèst 'hauchen']; dvẽsele 'Atem; Seele; lebendes Wesen'; dvaša `Hauch, Atem, Odem; lebendes Wesen (bibl.); Dampf, Dunst'; dusa 'Ruhe, Schlummer, Schlaf', dust (-šu, -su), dusêt (-u, -ēju) 'keuchen, atmen; schlummern, ruhen; schimmeln'; dusmas pl., dusma, dusme `Zorn, Groll'; dũša 'leibliches und selisches Befinden'
Old Prussian: nādewisin 'Seufzen' Ench. 57, 7; dūsi 'Seele'
Proto-Baltic: *dwō, *dwai, *dwī f., *dwej-, *dwi-,
Meaning: two
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: dù, f. dvì 'zwei'; dvejì 'je zwei', dvẽja 'zweierlei', dvẽjeta-s 'Zweiheit'; dvi-
Lettish: divi, dui '2'
Old Prussian: dwigubbus 'doppelt', dwigubbū 'zweifelt'; dwai '2'
Proto-Baltic: *eĩ- vb.
Meaning: go
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: eĩti (OLith 1 sg. eimì, lit. einù, dial. eimù, žem. eitù, 3 sg. eĩt(i), prt. ējaũ, dial. ejaũ)
Lettish: iêt, iẽt (prs. iêmu, eĩmu, eju, prt. gãju) 'gehen'*gō̃d-a- c., *gō̃d-ā̂- vb.; *gā̃d-, gā̃d-ā̂- vb., *gā̃d-a- c.
Old Prussian: ēise usw., inf. ēit `gehen'
Proto-Baltic: *eĩč-m-a- c., -ā̂ f., *aič-m-[a]- m.
Meaning: spear, spit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: iẽšma-s, jiẽšma-s `(Brat)spiess, (Räucher)spiess, Speer, Weiche'
Lettish: ìesms, iesma `Spiess, Bratspiess'
Old Prussian: aysmis `Spiess' V. 363
Proto-Baltic: *ei(d)-sm-iā̃ f.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: iesmē̃ 'Fracht, Holz, zum einmaligen Einheizen des Ofens'
Proto-Baltic: *eĩg-ā̂ f.
Meaning: motion
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: eigà `Gang, Verlauf'
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