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Proto-Baltic: *guǯ-a- c.
Meaning: crane
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gùža-s Storch -- nowhere found!
Proto-Baltic: *guǯ-iā̃
Meaning: giant woman
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { Gùžē 'heidnische Riesegöttin' -- nowhere found! }
Proto-Baltic: *gū̃ǯ- vb. tr., *gō̂ǯ-, *gaũǯ- bv. tr., *gū̂ǯ-i-, -iā̃ f.
Meaning: wrap up, guard
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gū̃žti 'mit etwas Warmen zudecken, warm betten', gúožti-s, gū̃žti-s, gaũžti-s 'sich zusammenkauern, sich zusammenknäueln', gū́ži-s (-ies), gaužē 'Brutnest der Vögel'
Proto-Baltic: *gV
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: -gu
Old Prussian: anga 'ob'
Proto-Baltic: *gwā̂- vb.
Meaning: go
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gvṓti dial. 'gehen'
Proto-Baltic: *ikr-a- (1) c.
Meaning: fish-eggs
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìkra-s, pl. ìkrai `Fischei, Fischrogen, Kaviar'
Lettish: ikra (U.), pl. ikri `Rogen, Froschlaich'
Proto-Baltic: *il̂g-a- (1) adj.
Meaning: long
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìlga- `lang'
Lettish: il̃gs `lang (temporal)'
Old Prussian: ilgi, ilga adv. `lange, diu'
Proto-Baltic: *im̃- (pes. *em-a-) vb.
Meaning: take
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: im̃ti (ìma, ē̃mē; dial. prs. (j)ẽma, jãma, ìmia, prt. ìmē, jē̃mē) `nehmen, ergreifen, bekommen, erhalten, beziehen'
Lettish: jem̃t (jęmu, jẽmu) (in vielen Dial.) 'nehmen'
Old Prussian: imma, īmt `nehmen, vornehmen'
Proto-Baltic: *iñ, *eñ
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: į̃, iñ(g) 'in, an, auf, zu, nach'
Lettish: ìe- (verbal), iẽ- (nominal)
Old Prussian: en 'in'
Proto-Baltic: *in̂g-ia- c., *in̂g- vb. intr. (2), *in̂g-n-a- adj. (2)
Meaning: become worse, go bad
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìngis ' ein Faulpelz' (ME I:835); ìngti `verarmen', iñgsti `flennen, greinen, plärren'; ìngis, -ē adj. = tinginī̃s
Lettish: îgt (-stu, -gu) 'vergehen, verschmachten (bibl.); verdriesslich, mürrisch sein; vor Schmerz, Gram jammern; verdriesslich, mürrisch erwidern'; ĩkstêt [Arrasch], īkšk̨êt (-u, -ẽju) 'murren, murmeln, trödeln'; îgns `verdriesslich, mürrisch'
Proto-Baltic: *in̂st-r-a- (2) n., *in̂st-iā̃ f.; *eñks-jā̂ f., *in̂ks-t-a- c., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: intestines
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: į́ščiōs pl. t.`Schoss, Eingeweide'; ìnkstas, l. ìnkstai/inkstaĩ; inksti-s, gen. -ies/-čio `Niere'
Lettish: îstrs, pl. îstri `Niere'; ìekša `Inneres, Inwendiges', pl. ìekšas `Eingeweide'; îksts (gen. -s) 'Niere', pl. īkši `Niere'
Old Prussian: instran `Schmer (жир, сало)' V. 133; inxcze (*inkste> `Niere(n)' V. 128
Proto-Baltic: *ir̃b-u- adj.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: irbù- 'wirtschaftlich, haushälterisch, ökonomisch'; { arbō̃nas 'Rind'}
Proto-Baltic: *irm-ā̂ f., *ir̂m=ēd-iā̃ f.
Meaning: arm, arm illness
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìrmēdē, -is `fiebriger Zustand, Influenza, Gicht in Gliedern, Armfrass', irm-liga 'Gicht' (артрит)
Old Prussian: irmo `Arm' V.109
Proto-Baltic: *ir̃š- (vb. intr.)
Meaning: angry
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ir̃šti (-šta, -šō) 'böse, zornig wrden'
Lettish: irstiês (-suôs) 'sich ärgern, zürnen'
Proto-Baltic: *ir̂- (1) vb. tr., *ir̂-tl-a-, -ia- (1) c., *ir-kl-ā̂, -iā̃ f.; *ar-t-w-iā̃ f.
Meaning: oar, row
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìrti (ìria, ī́rē) `rudern', ìrkla-s `Ruder'
Lettish: ir̃t (ir̨u, īru) 'rudern', ir̃kls, ir̃klis, irkla, irkle 'Ruder; Steuer'
Old Prussian: artwes pl. f. 'Schiffsreise (= 'Kriegsfahrt zu Wasser')' V. 413
Proto-Baltic: *itV, *ītV
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ìt, īt, ič 'gleichwie, gleichsam, sozusagen'
Proto-Baltic: *iǯ
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: iž, ìš
Lettish: iz, iz- 'aus'
Old Prussian: is; esse, assa, asä, esteinu 'von nun an'
Proto-Baltic: *īnč-
Meaning: short
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: į̄́šas ' = trumpas (областное)' (Lyberis)
Lettish: īss 'short'
Old Prussian: īnsan 'short'
Proto-Baltic: *ī̂l-u- (1) adj.
Meaning: dark
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: ĩls `stockfinster'
Proto-Baltic: *jaũ- (/ *jaû-) vb. tr., *jaũk-, *jaũg- vb. tr.
Meaning: mix
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: jaũti (jaũna, jō̃vē); jáuti (jáuna/jáuja, jṓvē) `vermischen, durcheinandermengen, verwirren', jaũkti, jaũgti (-ia, -ē) 'vermischen, durcheinandermengen, verwirren'
Lettish: jàut (/ jaût Lis., Druw.) (jàuju/jàunu, jàvu/javu) `(Teig) einrühen, mischen', javs, jāvs 'in Wasser eingerührtes Mehl, Viefutter; Teig'; jàukt (-cu) 'mischen, mengen, wühlen, verwirren, verwischen; stören, vereiteln; Teig einrühren'
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