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Proto-Baltic: *kek-iā̃ f.
Meaning: a k. of plant
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽkē, kekē̃ `Dolde, Traube, Gartenmelde'
Proto-Baltic: *kek-iā̃ f., *kek-ut-a- c., *kek-ul-a; *kek-s-t=
Meaning: bunch, besom
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽkē, kekē̃ 'Dolde, Traube, Gartenmelde', kẽkula- 'aus aneinander klebenden Dingen bestehender Klumpen', kẽkuta-s 'Haufen, Schar, Büschel'
Lettish: cękulis, cękuls, cękula 'Zopf, Schopf; langes Haar der Kühe zwischen den Hörnern; Troddel, Quaste, Büschel', cękūna 'Schopf, dichtes Haar'
Old Prussian: kexti `Zopfhaar' V. 70
Proto-Baltic: *kel-a- n.
Meaning: wheel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: kelan `Rad' V. 295
Proto-Baltic: *kel-ja- n.
Meaning: spear
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: kelian `Speer' V. 422
Proto-Baltic: *kel-ja-, -i- c., *kel-eû- vb.
Meaning: way, road
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽlia-s, žem. kẽli-s `Weg, Strasse, Bahn'; keliáuti 'wandern, reisen',
Lettish: cel̨š `Weg, Strasse, Bahn, Reise', cel̨uôt 'reisen, wandern'
Proto-Baltic: *kel̂- (1/2) vb. tr., *kil̂- vb. intr., *kil̂-t-i- (1) c., *kel̂-t-ā̂ (1) f., *kel̂-t-a- (1) c., *kel̂-t-uw-ā̂ f., -iā̃ f., -aw-ā̂ (1/2) f.
Meaning: lift, move
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kélti tr. `auf-, emporheben, bewegen, veranstalten, feiern', intr. 'sich erheben, aufstehen', oncoh. kìlti (kī̃la/kìlsta, kìlō) 'aufstehen, aufsteigen, sich erheben', kiltì-s, kìlti-s 'Abstammung, Herkunft, Stamm, Tribus', kilmē̃ 'Abstammung, Herkunft', kélta, kélta-s 'Fährschiff, Prahm', pl. kéltōs, kéltuva, keltuvà, kéltava 'Vieh', keltuvē̃ 'Handgriff, Stiel des Dreschflegels', pl. keltùvēs 'Wecken des jungen Ehepaares nach der Hochzeitszeremonie'
Lettish: cel̂t (cel̨u, cêlu) tr. 'heben; hebend setzen; hebend, den Hals reckend heilen; (hebend) aufrichten, bauen, stiften, gründen; hebend hervorbringen, erheben, bringen, veranlassen, verursachen; (hebend) zum Aufstehen veranlassen, wecken, aufscheuchen u. verfolgen; jem. erheben, wählen, machen; veranstalten, usw.'; cil̂t2 (-stu, -lu) 'sich erheben'; cil̂ts (gen. -s), *cilta 'Geschlecht, Stamm'; cęl̂tava, cęltuva 'Prahm, Fähre'
Proto-Baltic: *kel̂m-a- (2) c., *kalm-u- c.
Meaning: stem, stalk
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kélma-s `Baumstumpf, Stamm'
Lettish: cęl̂ms `Stubben, Baumstumpf'
Old Prussian: kalmus `Stock' V. 633
Proto-Baltic: *kemer-a- c.
Meaning: hellebore
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kemē̃ra-s 'Wasserdost', pl. kiemeraĩ 'Alpkraut'
Proto-Baltic: *kemk-l-iā̃ f.; *kim̂k-ā̂ (1), -iā̂ f., -ia- c. (1), *kim̂k-sl-ā̂ f., -ia- c. (1)
Meaning: a part of the leg
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kenklē̃ `Kniekehle', kìnka `Kniekehle; Hesse, Hachse (von Tieren)'
Lettish: ciñca, ciñcis `Wade an Menschen und Tieren; unterer Hinterfuss des Schweines vom Mittelgelenk ab', ciñksla, ciñkslis `Wade; unterer Teil des Hinterfusses'; cim̃sli-s `Ober- und Unterschenkel; grosse Sehne in der Kniebeugung', cim̃sla `Sehne'
Proto-Baltic: *keñk- vb. tr., *kañk-ā̂ f.
Meaning: torment
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: keñkti (-ia) 'schaden, wehtun', kankà `Qual, Pein, Marter', kankìnti 'quälen, peinigen'
Comments: Kuron > Lett kañcinât 'ausforschen, reizen, ärgern'
Proto-Baltic: *keñt- vb. tr., *kañt-jā̂ f., *kañt-r-ā̂ f., *kiñt-ia- c.
Meaning: suffer
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kę̃sti (keñčia, keñtē) `leiden, ertragen, (er)dulden, gestatten, zulassen', kančià 'Qual, Pein, Marter', kantrà 'Geduld, Langmut', žiem-kiñti-s 'den Winter ausharrend'
Lettish: cìest (cìešu, cìetu) `leiden, dulden, ertragen, aushalten'
Proto-Baltic: *kep- (*kep-a-) vb., *kep- vb. intr.
Meaning: bake
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kèpti (kèpa, kẽpē) 'backen, braten; gebacken, gebraten werden'; kèpti (kem̃pa, kẽpō) 'gebacken, gebraten werden; gerinnen (vom Blute)'; caus. kẽpinti
Lettish: cept (cępu/dial. cepju, cepu) tr., intr. `backen, braten'
Old Prussian: pektis `Ofenschauel'
Proto-Baltic: *kep-ur-iā̃ f.
Meaning: hood
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kepùrē `Mütze, Kappe, Haube'
Lettish: cępure 'Mütze, Hut, Haube'
Proto-Baltic: *kerd- (-ja-) vb. tr., *kird-ī̂- vb., *kar̃d-a- c., *kard-u- adj.
Meaning: shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: ap-kerdžiu 'ich verjünde',
Lithuanian: kar̃da-s 'Widerhall, Echo', kardù- 'tönend, widerhallend', kardìnti-s 'sich bemerkbar machen, von sich hören lassen'
Old Prussian: kirdīt 'hören'
Proto-Baltic: *ker̃d-ā̂ f., *(s)ker̃d-ju-s m.
Meaning: file; herd
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ker̃džius, sker̃džius `Hirt'
Old Prussian: kērdan acc. `Zeit' (according to Toporov a better translation is 'turn, bout') Ench. III 61:17, 63:17, kerdan Ench. III 53:15
Proto-Baltic: *ker-ē̂-, *ker-a-
Meaning: sorcery
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kerḗti `(be)zaubern, (ver)hexen', kẽra-s (pl. keraĩ) `Zauber, Gaukelei'
Proto-Baltic: *ker̃g- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { ker̃gti }
Proto-Baltic: *kerk-ā̂ f.
Meaning: a k. of bird
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: kerko `Taucher' Voc. 758
Proto-Baltic: *kermuš-iā̃ f.
Meaning: wild garlic
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { kermùšē `wilder Knoblauch' }
Proto-Baltic: *kerp-et-[a]- m.
Meaning: skull
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: kerpetis `Hirnschädel' Voc. 72
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