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Proto-Baltic: *kač-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: emaciated, languid
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kašḗti `abmagern, abnehmen, trocknen, welken'
Proto-Baltic: *kad-ag-a-, -ia-, -eg-a-, -ak-a- c.
Meaning: juniper
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kadagī̃-s `Wacholder'
Lettish: kadags (Rutzau), kadaks (Karls.), kadęgs `Wacholder'
Old Prussian: kadegis `ejnholcz (= Wacholder)' V. 608
Proto-Baltic: *kai
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaĩ
Old Prussian: kai 'wie, als'
Proto-Baltic: *kain-a-
Meaning: common
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { kaina- 'common, mutual' }
Proto-Baltic: *kaĩ-r-a-, -u-, -ja-, -ia- adj., *kaĩ-r-iā̃ f.
Meaning: left
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaĩra-, kairù-, kaĩria-, kairī̃- `links', kairē̃ `linke Hand'
Proto-Baltic: *kaĩ-t- vb. intr., *kaî-t-r-ā̂ f., *kaî-t-ē̂- vb., *kaĩ-t-ē̂- vb., *kaî-t-iā̃ f. (1) , *skaĩt-(s)t-ī̂- vb., *kai-t-ī- vb.
Meaning: heat, burn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaĩsti (-sta, -tō) `heiss werden, glühen, schwitzen, erröten', kaĩsti (kaĩčia) `heiss machen, erhitzen', káitēti 'schwitzen'; kaĩtinti 'hei ss machen, erhitzen'; kaitrà (/káitra) `drückende Hitze, Schwüle, Glut', kaĩsla-s 'Schwitzen'
Lettish: kàist (-stu, -tu/-su) 'heiss werden'; kàitêt (-ẽju) tr. 'brennen, sengen', intr. 'heiss machen, durchglühen, durchwärmen', kaĩtêt (/ kaîtêt Kand., Līn., Gr.-Esern) (kaitẽju/kaišu/kaitu, prt. kaitēju) 'schaden', kaĩte 'Schaden, Fehler, Gebrechen; Leid, Plage, Krankheit' || skàistîtiês (Warkl.) 'zürnen', skàistiês (skàišuôs/skaistuôs/skaituôs), skaist (St., Bergm. n. U.) 'sich ärgern, zürnen, schelten, schmähen, sich zanken'
Old Prussian: prakāisnan acc. 'Scheiss'; enkaitītai, ankaitītai 'angefochten'
Proto-Baltic: *kaiw-in̂- vb.
Meaning: nacked, bald
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaivìnti '(die Erde) erschöpfen, mager, kraftlos machen, ausmargeln'
Proto-Baltic: *kaîl-ia- c.
Meaning: naked, bald; skin, leather
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káili-s `Tierhaut, Fell, Balg'
Lettish: kaîls (/kaĩls) `nackt, kahl; bloss, unbewaffnet', kailis `Schafshell zum Pelz; abgetragener Pelz'
Proto-Baltic: *kaî-n-ā̂ (1) / *kaĩ-n-ā̂ (2) f., *kai-n-iā̂, -iā̃ (1) f., *kaî-n-in̂- (1) vb., *keĩ-n-a- c., -ā̂ f., *keĩ-n-ī̂- vb., ? *kīn-in̂- vb.
Meaning: price
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káina; kainà (acc. kaĩną) `Preis, Nutzen', káinē, žem. kánē 'dass.', káininti 'schätzen';
Lettish: cìens 'Ehre, Würde, Achtung', cìen̨a 'Bewertung', cìenît (-u/-īju, -īju) 'ehren, schätzen, hochhalten, würdigen';
Old Prussian: erkīnint `(vom Teufel) befreien'
Proto-Baltic: *kaîš- (*1) vb. tr., *kaîš-t-uw-iā̃ f., *kaiš-n-[ia]- m.
Meaning: rub, scratch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káišti (-ia) `schaben, abkrätzen, abreiben, abrackern, übermässig anstrengen', intens. kaišī́ti; kaištùva-s, káištuvē `Schabeisen, Schrappe'
Old Prussian: coysnis `Kamm' Voc. 557, coestue `Bürste' Voc. 559
Proto-Baltic: *kak- vb. intr., *kak-ē̂-, -in̂- vb.
Meaning: reach
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kàkti (kañka, kãkō) `irgendwohin gelangen, genügen, ausreichen', caus. kãkinti, kánkinti
Lettish: kakt 'zu Ende kommen', kacêt (-u/-ẽeju, -ẽju) tr., intr. 'nach etw. greifen, etw. zu erreichen suchen, reichen'
Old Prussian: kakint 'greifen, reichen'
Proto-Baltic: *kakla-
Meaning: neck; throat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kãklas `шея; горло'; kakarìnē `горло; глотка'
Lettish: kakls
Comments: kraklan 'breast'
Proto-Baltic: *kak-t-ā f., *kak-t-a- c.
Meaning: angle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaktà 'Stirn', kakta-s 'Erker'
Lettish: kakts, kakta 'die von zwei Seiten gebildete Ecke, Winkel'
Proto-Baltic: *kal-[a]- m.
Meaning: a k. of big fish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: kalis `Wels' V. 569
Proto-Baltic: *kalawij-ā̂, kalabij-ā̂ f.
Meaning: sword
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kalavìja-s 'Schwert, Degen', kalavijà 'Schwertlilie'
Old Prussian: kalabian V. 424, kalbian Ench. 57, 15 'Schwert, Degen'
Proto-Baltic: *kal̃-b-ā̂ f., *kal̃-b-ē̂- vb., *kal̃-b- vb. intr., *kal̃-b-u- sdj., *kal̃-b-es-ia- c.; *kal-jō̂- vb., *kal̂-b-in-ā̂- vb., *kel-s=; *kañkal-a- c., *skal-ja- adj.
Meaning: speak, shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kalbà `Sprache, Rede', kalbḗti 'sprechen, reden', caus. kálbinti; kal̃bti (-sta) 'zu reden anfangen, das Wort ergreifen', kalbù- 'redselig, gesprächig'; kalbesī̃s-s/kal̃besi-s 'Gespräch, Unterhaltung'; kañkala-s, kankuolī̃-s 'Klöpfel (einer Glocke), Glocke, Schelle, Klingel', pl. kankalaĩ 'Hoden'; skãlīti (-ija, -ijō) `(von Jagdhunden) jagend bellen, in einem fort bellen, heulen, kläffen, wimmern', dial. skãlinti (tr., intr.)
Lettish: kal̨uôt 'schwatzen', kal̃binât, kalbît (-ĩju) `schwatzen, reden', kalbêt 'laut lesen (von Schülern)' || skal̨š `helltönend, laut, deutlich hörbar; klar (von der Luft), der Schall weit tragend'
Old Prussian: kaltzā, kelsāi `lauten' Ench. 49, 31; 41, 11
Proto-Baltic: *kal-ē̂- vb., *kal-in-ia- c.
Meaning: prison
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kalḗti 'gefangen sein', (Szyrwid) 'gefangen halten', kalinī̃-s `Gefängnis; Gefangener, Häftling' (у Фр. к kálti 'schmieden')
Proto-Baltic: *kal-ē̂- vb., *kal̃-d-an-a- adj., *kal̃-t-ia- c., *kal̃-t- vb. inch., *kal̃-t-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: dry
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nu-kalḗti 'durch Entzug des Lichtes vernichten, ersticken (von Pflanzen)' (tr./intr.); ? kalčī̃-s (gen. kal̃čiō) 'Geizhals, Knauser, Knicker'
Lettish: kàlst (-stu, -tu) 'trocken, dürre, mager werden, verkommen', kàltêt 'dörren, trocknen, räuchern', kàldans 'mager'
Proto-Baltic: *kal-iā̃, *skal-ik-a- c., *skal-ī- vb., *skal-en-ik-a- m.
Meaning: dog, hound
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kãlē, kalē̃ `Hündin', skalìka-s `fortgesetzt belfernder Jagdhund', skãlīti `anschlagen (vom Jagdhund)'
Old Prussian: scalenix `Vorstehhund'
Proto-Baltic: *kalī̂b-ā̂ f.
Meaning: white-necked
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kalī́ba-, kalī́va- `weisshalsig, von Hunden' (Jušk.), kalī́ba- 'id.; weisser Ring um den Hals eines Hundes'
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