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Proto-Baltic: *greǯ-n-a-, *graǯ-u-, *graǯ-n-a- adj.
Meaning: beautiful
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gražù-, grãžna- 'schön, schmuck, stattlich', gražnà 'Zierde, Schmuck'
Lettish: gręzns 'schön, herrlich, prächtig; üppig, stolz', gręzna 'Prachtkleid; Hahnenkamm', pl. gręznas 'Schmuck, Kleinode, Zierde, Kostbarkeiten; lange Schwanzfedern des Hahns'
Proto-Baltic: *grid- vb. tr., *grid-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: carry, drag
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: grìsti 'tragen, schleppen, bringen', grìdīti `gehen, wandeln, sich irrend herumtreiben, herumirren'
Proto-Baltic: *grim- (1) vb. intr. (Lett AC, 1/CIRC? ~ Lith CIRC)
Meaning: sink
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gramzdìnti 'versenken', grimstù (prt. grimzdaũ) 'sinke' (ME I:655)
Lettish: grim̂t2, grim̃t (-stu, -mu) intr. `sinken, untergehen, zu Grunde gehen'; grèmdêt (-ẽju) fact. 'senken, versenken'
Proto-Baltic: *grī̂v-ā̂, -iā̃ (1) f., *grī̂w-ia- (1) c.
Meaning: river mouth, sandbank, estuary; long grass
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: grĩva, grĩve `Flussmundung; Dreieckland zwischen Flüssen od. Flussmündungen'; grĩvis `grobes, langes Gras'
Proto-Baltic: *gr(j)ā̂n-jā̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: griō̃niōti 'an etwas herumschneiden, schnipseln, knabbern, knuspern'
Proto-Baltic: *grō̂d-a- c.
Meaning: hoar-frost, etc.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: grúoda-s `Reinfrost, Frost ohne Schnee, hartgefrorener Strassenkot, Mauke (Hautentzündung an den Füssen der Tiere)'
Proto-Baltic: *grub-a-, -u-, *grub-l-a-, -l-u- adj., *grub- vb. inch., *grub-t-a- c., *grub-ul-ia- c.
Meaning: rough
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: grùba-s, grùbla-s 'Unebenheit, kleine Bodenerhebung, kleiner Erdhügel', grublù- 'rauh, uneben, holperig', grubù- 'dass., erstarrt, starr, steif', grùbti (grum̃ba, grùbō) 'erstarren, steif, rauh werden', grùbta-s 'Erdkloss, Scholle, Klumpen'
Lettish: grubulis 'Hümpel; Frosthöcker; Scherbe, unebener, zerbröckelter Zaun', pl. grubul̨i 'zerfallene Stücke einer Mauer'
Proto-Baltic: *grub-in-ē̂- vb., *grub-l-a- adj.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: grubinḗti `straucheln, stolpern', grùbla- `rauhe Unebenheiten, Holpern'
Proto-Baltic: *grukš-ē̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { grukšḗti `knirschen, knistern (vom Sand)' }
Proto-Baltic: *grū̂-t-a- (1) adj.
Meaning: heavy
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: grũts, gr̨ũts 'schwer, schwierig, mühselig; schwerfällig, nicht geläufig; schwanger'; *grūta: ar lielu grūtu (Wolm.) 'mit grosser Schwierigkeit, mit Mühe und Not'
Proto-Baltic: *gul̃- vb. intr., *gōl-ia- c., *gō̂l-iā̃ (1) f., *gul-ē̂- vb., *gul̃-t-ā̂ f., -ac., *gul-jā̂ f., *gwal̃-s-t-ja- adj., *gwal-ia- c., *gwal-ā̂ f.,
Meaning: lie
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: gvalis (žvērų) 'ɫōżysko, legowisko, cubile, latebrae (ferarum)' (Szyrwid)
Lithuanian: guõli-s 'Lagerstätte, Schlafstätte', gùlta, gùlta-s, gval̃ščia- = gul̃ščia- 'lang hingestreckt, liegend, waagerecht', (Jušk.) gvalà, adv. gvalù `(auf der flachen Saite) liegend', gvalìnē tvōrà (Kvėdarna) 'aus waagerecht gelegten Latten bestehender Zaun'; gulḗti 'liegen'
Lettish: guõl̨a 'Nest, Lager; langer Brutkasten mit Abteilungen, in die man Gänse, n. U. auch anderes Fasel zu Brüten setzt; Muschel, Schneckenhaus; Raufe; Hecke'; gul̃t, *gùlt (gul̂t2) (gulstu/gul̨u, gulu/gūlu) `sich schlafen legensich lagern', gul̃tiês, gùltiês 'sich schlafen liegen'; gulêt (-lu/-l̨ u, -ẽju) 'schlafen; liegen'; gùlta, gul̃ta 'Bett'; gul̨a `Liegen, Schlafen; Lager, Schlafstelle, Bett; Krankheit'
Proto-Baltic: *gul̃b-a-, -ia- m., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: swan
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gul̃bē, gul̃bi-s, gul̃ba-s 'Schwan'
Lettish: gùlbis 'Schwan'
Old Prussian: gulbis 'Schwan' Voc. 717
Proto-Baltic: *gum̃- vb. tr.
Meaning: be squeezed, bend
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: gùmt (/ gum̂t Warkh) (-mstu, -mu) `sich biegen; wulstig werden; überfallen, sich langsam auf einen senken; greifen'
Proto-Baltic: *gum-a- c., *gū̃m- vb. intr., *gum-ul=, *gum-ur=, *gam-al=, -ul=
Meaning: lump, clod
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gùmula-s, gumulī̃-s, gùmura-s `Ballen, Klumpen, geknetete Masse', gãmala-s `Schneeball, Stück Brot,, Stück Fleisch', gãmula-s `Ballen, Klumpen, geknetete Masse'
Lettish: gums `Bolle, Knolle; blätterlose Knospe', gùmt (-stu, -mu) `sich biegen; wulstig werden; überfallen, sich auf einen langsam senken; greifen'
Proto-Baltic: *gumb-ā̂ (1) f. (Lett AC, 1 ~ Lith CIRC)
Meaning: swelling
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gum̃ba-s 'Erhabenheit, Konvexität, Auswuchs am Körper, Beule, Geschwulst, Knorren, Knoten, Blähung, Kolik'
Lettish: gum̃ba `Geschwulst, Beule; Erhöhung, Haufe; Falte; jähe Biegung am Krummholz'
Proto-Baltic: *gun̂g-ā̂ f., *gun̂g- vb. intr.
Meaning: lump; crooked
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gùnga `kl. Buckel, Knäuel', gùngti `sich krümmen'
Proto-Baltic: *gur-a-
Meaning: mountain spur
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gùra-s 'Bergvorsprung'
Proto-Baltic: *gurk-l-iā̃ f., *gur̂k-l-ia- c.
Meaning: throat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gurklē (Bretkun) 'Kehle', gurklī̃-s, gùrkli-s `Kropf (der Vögel), Adamsapfel, Doppelkinn, Flaschenhals'
Old Prussian: gurcle `Gurgel' Voc. 97
Proto-Baltic: *gur̃n-a- c.
Meaning: hip, thigh
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gur̃na-s `Hüfte, Hüftknochen, Fussknöchel, kleines Stück Schinken, Elenbogenforsatz'
Lettish: gùrns `Lende, Hüfte; Gabel am Spinnrade, darin das Rad hängt'
Proto-Baltic: *gur̂- vb.; *grā̂- vb., *grā̂-j-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gùrti `gellen' (NOT FOUND!); grṓti (grṓja) 'krächzen (von Krähen), brüllen (von Wölfen), weinen, heulen, schelten, schmähen'
Lettish: grãja 'Laut, leiser, dumpfer Schall'
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