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Proto-Baltic: *kaũk- vb. tr., *kaûk-ā̂- (1) vb., *kaũk-es-ia- c., *kaũk-s-m-a- c., *kaûk-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaũkti (-ia) 'heulen, winseln', kaukesī̃-s, kaũksma-s 'Geheul, Gewinsel'; { su-kùkti 'aufheulen' }
Lettish: kàukt (-cu) `heulen; heulen, flennen, schreien; heulen (von ungelebten Gegenständen); kaũkât (-ãju) 'wiederholt heulen); kaũka 'Geheul, Sturmwind; Schreihals, Heulender, weinerlicher Mensch'
Proto-Baltic: *kaũk-a- c., *kaũk-ā̂, *kaũk-ar-a- c., -ā̂ f., *kuk-ur-a-, *kuk-ur-ia-, *kuk-ar-a- c., *kuk-ul-ia- c., *kuk-ia- c., *kuk-um-a- c., *kuk- vb. intr.; *kaug-iā̃ (Lith AC/Lett CIRC), *keûg-iā̃ f., *kū̂g-ia- c., *kaûg-ur-a- (1), -ia- c., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: swelling, hill, etc.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kaũka-s `Beule, Geschwür, Vorrichtung mit der das Fischnetz durch ein in Eis gehauenes Loch gezogen wird', pl. kaũkōs f. `Drüsen', kaũkara-s, kaukarà, kaũkura-s, kaukurē̃ `Anhöhe, Hügel, Bergkuppel'; pl. kukùriai, kukãrai `oberer teil des Rüchens nebst Schultern', kukulī̃s `(Mehl)kloss', kùki-s `Misthaken', kùkti `sich bücken' || káugē, kiáugē, kū́gi-s 'grosser Haufen, Heuschober', kaugurī̃-s, -ē̃ 'mit Sandgras bewachsener, kleiner, steiler Hügel'; kúoka 'cudgel', kuokẽlis 'stamen'
Lettish: kukurs `Buckel; Erd-, Lehmklumpen auf geeggtem Felde', kùkums `Buckel, Höcker', kukt (kukstu, kuku) `krumm werden, Katzenbuckel machen, hocken' || kàudze 'grosser, runder Heu- od. Kornschober mit einer kegelförmiger Spitze; Haufe', kaũgurs 'Gipfel eines Hügels'; kuoks 'tree'
Proto-Baltic: *kauk-al-iā̃ f.
Meaning: a k. of waterfowl
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { kaukalē̃ eine Art Wasservogel }
Proto-Baltic: *kaũn-a- adj., *kū̃w-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: shame, evil
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kūvḗti-s (kū̃vi-s) 'sich schämen'
Lettish: kàuns `Schmach, Schande, Scham', kàunêt (-ẽju) 'beschämen', kaûtrs(/ kàutrs2 Warkl.) 'furchtsam, schüchtern, blöde', kaûtra, -e (/ pl. kàutras2 Warkl.) `Ekel, Widerwille; Zögern, Unentschlossenkeit'
Proto-Baltic: *kaû- (2) vb. tr., *kāw-ā̂ f., *kū̂-j-ā̂ (1) f., *kū̂-j-ia- c.
Meaning: beat, hew, forge
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káuti (káuja/káuna, kṓvē/OLith kãvō) 'schlagen, hauen, umbringen, vernichten'; kōvà `Kampf, Schlacht'; Lith kū́ji-s, kū́gi-s `schwerer Schmiedehammer', kū́ja 'Stelze'
Lettish: kaût (kaûju/kaûnu, kâvu/kavu) `schlagen, hauen; stechen (beim Kartenspiel); schlachten; treten', {kũja 'Stab, Stock, Keule' -- not found in ME} kũj(i)niẽks, kũjeniẽks 'jem. der mit dem Stocke umhergeht, Bettler; ungebetener Gast'
Old Prussian: cugis 'Hammer' Voc. 518
Proto-Baltic: *kaûl-a- (1) n.
Meaning: bone, leg
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káula-s `Knochen, Bein, Kern im Steinobst, Würfel'
Lettish: kaũls 'Knochen; Stengel'
Old Prussian: caulan `Bein', kaules `Dorn' V. 609
Proto-Baltic: *kaûp-a- / *kaũp-a- c., *kaũp- vb. tr., *kaûp-in- vb., *kaũp-r-a- c., -iā̃ f., *kup-et-ā̂, -at-ā̂, -en-ā̂ f., *kup-in-a- adj.; *kō̂p-ā̂ (1); *kaũb-a- c., *kaũb-ur-a c., *kaũb-iā̃ (*2) f.
Meaning: heap, hill
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káupa-s, kaũpa-s `Haufen, Anhäufung, Uebermass', kaũpti, káupinti `scharrend häufen, aufhäufen, ansammeln', kaũpra-s, -ē `kleine Boden erhebung, Erdhügel'; kùpeta, -ena `kleiner Heuoder Getreidehaufen', kùpina- `gehäuft, voll, reich an etw.', kúopa `Schar, Haufen' { kuprà Höcker }; || kaũbra-s, kaũbrē, kaubrē̃ 'Hügel, Bodenerhebung, Bergkuppe', kaũbura-s, -ī̃-s 'dass., Auswuchs, Höcker, Beule',
Lettish: kupata `Heuschober', kupena `Haufen', kupene, kupenis `Schneehaufen', kaùpre2 `kleiner Hügel, Hügelrücken', kuõpa, kuops `Haufe; Bund, Bündel; Menge' || kaub[urs] 'Hügel'
Proto-Baltic: *kaûš-a- (2) c., *kaũš- vb. tr., *kauš-ia- (2) c., *keûš-ia- c., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: skull, vessel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káuša-s `Hirnschädel, Schöpflöffel, Muschelschale, Schneckenhäuschen', kaũšti `aushöhlen, kiáuša-s, kiáušē `Hirnschädel', pakáušis, gen. -iō `(Hinter)kopf, Schädel'; kiaũši-s `Ei'
Lettish: kaûss (/ kàuss2 Mar. n. RKr. XVII, 104) `Schädel, Hirnschale; grösseres Gefäss, Trinkgefäss; Schale, Napf, Becken; Kochlöffel, Löffel', pakaûsis (/ pakàusis2 Heidenfeld), pakause `Nacken, Genick; Schädel'
Proto-Baltic: *kāp=
Meaning: dig
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: enkopts 'begraben' Voc. 755
Comments: Cf. also PIE *kōp-.
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂j-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: foot, leg
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kṓja 'Fuss, Bein'
Lettish: kãja 'Fuss, Bein'
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂m-ē̂- (1) vb., *kam-ar-ā̂ f.
Meaning: striving, hunger
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { kamarōs pl. `Geilheit' }
Lettish: kãmêt (-ẽju) `hungern; schmachten nach etw.'
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂p- (*kā̂p-a-, -ja-) vb. (2)
Meaning: go, step
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kṓpti (-pa/-pia, -pō/-pē) 'steigen, klettern'
Lettish: kâpt (-pju, -pu) 'steigen; gehen, sich begeben; ins Krebsnetz steigen, sich vom Köder anlocken lassen'
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂p-iā̃ (2), kā̂p-ar-a-, -ur-a- c. (1/2)
Meaning: caterpillar
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: kâpe 'Kohlraupe; die Raupen, weil sie vor ihrem Verpuppen die Wände hinanzusteigen pflegen', kâpars, kâpurs, kãpurs 'Larve, Raupe; Larve der Viehbremse; unzeitiges weissen Bienlein im Wachs'
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂r-a- (1) adj., *kar̂- vb. intr.
Meaning: avid, greedy
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: karénti 'geizig sein, knausern', kárti (ką̃ra/kársta, kãrō) 'hungern, Kohldampf schieben'
Lettish: kãruot 'sehnlichst verlangen, begehren'; kãrs `lüstern, gierig', karinâtiês (Dond.) "baduoties" (= 'hungern')
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂r-ia- (1/2) c., *kā̂r-iā̃ (1/2) f., *kā̂r-u- adj.
Meaning: honeycomb
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kōrī̃-s, gen. kō̃riō `Zelle in der Honigwabe, Wabe', kōrù- `porös'
Lettish: kâre PS., kàre Planhof, pl. kãres, kã[r]as 'Wabe', kãris `ds.'
Proto-Baltic: *kā̂s-ē̂- (kā̂s-meî) (1) vb., *kā̂s-ā̂ (1) f., -ia- (1) c., *kā̂s-l-a- (1) c.
Meaning: cough
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kṓsēti (3 sg. kṓsi/kṓsti) `husten'; kōserē̃, -ì-s, kōsurē̃ `Luftröhre, Gurgel, Schlund, Rachen'
Lettish: kãsêt (-ẽju-) `husten'; kãsa, kãsis, kãsus `Husten', pl. kãšl̨i (Infl.) 'Stickhusten'
Old Prussian: cosy ? `Kehle' Voc. 96
Proto-Baltic: *keĩm-a- m., -ā̂ f., *kaîm-a- m., *kaîm-ā̂ (1), -iā̃
Meaning: yard
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kiẽmas 'Hof(raum), (Bauern)hof, Gehöft, Dorf', káima-s, káima '(Bauern)dorf, Land im Gegensatz zur Stadt'; kaĩmenē 'Herde'
Lettish: cìems, dial. ciema 'Gesinde, Bauernhaus; Dorf'
Old Prussian: caymis 'Dorf' Voc. 797, cayme 'dass.' Grunau 94, 3
Proto-Baltic: *keîk- vb.
Meaning: scold
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kéikti 'fluchen'
Proto-Baltic: *keîl-iā̃ f., *keîl-aw-ā̂ f. (1), *kīl-ā̂
Meaning: wagtail
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kíelē 'Bachstelze'
Lettish: ciẽlava 'Bachstelze'
Old Prussian: kylo 'Bachstelze' V. 771
Proto-Baltic: *keket-ā̂, *kekt-ā̂ f.
Meaning: troop
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: keketà, kektà 'Abteilung, Schar'
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