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Proto-Baltic: *ap-s-t-a- c.
Meaning: plenty
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ãpsta-s `Überfluss, Fülle', apstù- `reichlich'
Proto-Baltic: *apuš-ā̂ f., *apuš-iā̃ f., -ia- c., *ap[s]-iā̃ f.
Meaning: asp
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ãpušē, apušē̃ `Espe, Zitterpappel', dial. ẽpušē, epušē̃, ẽpuši-s `id.'
Lettish: apse (pl. gen apšu/apsu), apsa `Espe (Populus tremula L.)'
Old Prussian: abse `Espe'
Proto-Baltic: *ar̃d-a- c., *ar̃d-am-a- c., *ar̃d-iā̃ f.
Meaning: pole, beam
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ar̃da-s (pl. ardaĩ) `Stange, an der der Flachs zum Trocknen aufgehängt wird', dial. (preuss.-lit.) ar̃dama-s `Spriet, Segel, Gaffel'; pl. t. ark(i)laĩ (< ard-kilai) `Stangengerüst in der Brechstube', dial. (Balčikonis) ar̃dkilas, ardakilas, ard(a)kilà
Lettish: ā̀rd-s, pl. ā̀rdi `Dörrbalken in der Heizrige; dicke Stangen über oder neben dem Ofen im Zimmer zum Trocknen der Pregel, Kleider usw. angebracht sind; Balken in der Küche oder in der Badstube; Feuerherd; zusammegeharktes Heu'; dial. ārde f. 'id.'
Proto-Baltic: *ar-el-ia- m., *ar̃-l-ia- m.
Meaning: eagle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: erẽli-s, dial. arẽli-s (Nur Jušk. ẽra-s, ãra-s, Rückgebildungen) `Adler'
Lettish: ḕrglis 'Adler'
Old Prussian: arelis [überlief. arelie] V. 709
Proto-Baltic: *ar, *ir
Meaning: part./conj.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: er = Fragepart. ar̃ und = ir̃ 'auch';
Lithuanian: ir̃ `und, auch', ar̃ 'ob, oder', dial. 'und, auch'
Lettish: ir `und; auch, sogar'; ar, arî, ari 'auch', ar 'mit'; (Anzen) ęr, ę (< ęr) 'auch'
Old Prussian: ir `und, auch'
Proto-Baltic: *ar-mō̃ (-men-) c.
Meaning: hollow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { armuõ 'Tiefe, Abgrund' }
Proto-Baltic: *ar̃-t-u- adj.
Meaning: near
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: artù- 'nah', adv. artì, artiẽ `nahe'; artì-s (-iẽs), ar̃ti-s (-čiō) 'Nähe'
Proto-Baltic: *arw-a- adj.
Meaning: free, open
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: arva- 'frei'
Old Prussian: arwis 'wahr, gewiss', adj. arwiskai 'zwar', isarwiskas 'wahrhaft', perarwi 'fürwahr'
Proto-Baltic: *ar̂- (2) vb. tr., *ar̂-tl-a- c.
Meaning: plough (vb.)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: árti `ackern, pflügen', artṓja-s 'Ackermann'; árkla-s `Pflug'
Lettish: ar̂t (-r̨u, -ru) `pflügen', ara, are `Ackerland' (U.), pl. aras 'das Aufpflügen eines bestimmten Stückes Ackers zur Gehorchzeit'
Old Prussian: artoys `Ackersmann' Voc. 236, preartue 'Reutel, Gerät zum Abstreifen der Erde vom Pflugbrett' Voc. 249
Proto-Baltic: *ar̃ǯ-il-a- m., *arǯ-u- adj.
Meaning: stallion
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ẽržila-s, dial. ar̃žila-s `Hengst'; eržù-, aržù-, arškù- 'lüstern, geil'
Lettish: ḕrzelis 'Hengst'
Proto-Baltic: *asan-[i]-
Meaning: autumn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: assanis `Herbst' V. 14
Proto-Baltic: *asen-i-, *asin-i- c.
Meaning: blood
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: asins (gen. -s, dial. asin̨a/asina; pl. asinis, gen. asin̨u/asinu) f./m., dial. asnis f.; asens m.; pl. asin̨i, asen̨i, ašn̨i (veraltet) `Blut'
Proto-Baltic: *as-ia- c., *as-k-a- c.
Meaning: horse-tail, reed
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: esī̃-s, dial. asī̃-s 'Schachtelhalm, Schafthalm, equisetum'
Lettish: ašči, aši, -as, ašavi, -as, ašuvi, ašenes, ašk̨i, ažg̨i pl. 'Schlachtelhalm (Equisetum); Binsen'
Proto-Baltic: *asil-a- m.
Meaning: ass
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ãsila-s 'Esel'
Old Prussian: asilis 'Esel' V. 436
Proto-Baltic: *aš-i- f.
Meaning: axle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ašì-s, ešì-s `Achse; Klafter'
Lettish: ass (gen. -s) 'die Achse des Rades der Spule; der Faden, die Klafter'
Old Prussian: assis f. `(Wagen)achse' V.298
Proto-Baltic: *aš, *eš
Meaning: I
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: eš 'ich'
Lithuanian: àš 'ich'
Lettish: es 'ich'
Old Prussian: as, es 'ich'
Proto-Baltic: *at-i- f., *ō̃t-a- c., *ōt-iā̃ f.
Meaning: a k. of freshwater fish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: atì-s `Steinbutte'; ō̃ta-s 'id.'
Lettish: ãte (Biel.) 'die Steinbutte (Pleuronectes maximus)'
Proto-Baltic: *au-
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aulinkui 'fernerhin, später'}
Lettish: au- Präfix, enthalten wenigstens in aũmal̨ām, àumal'ãm, aumal̨ie 'stromweise, in Strömen, im Überfluss, in groser Menge'; aumanis 'unsinnig, rasend'; aumež, àumeš2 'gar arg, gar viel, zu sehr'
Old Prussian: au- 'weg, ab'
Proto-Baltic: *aũ- vb., *aũ-tl-ā̂, -iā̃ f., -ia- c. *aũ-t-a- c.
Meaning: put on/take off shoes
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: avḗti `Schuhwerk anhaben', aũti (aũna, ãvē) `Fussbekleidung an- oder ausziehen'; Lith aũklē, auklē̃ `Fusslappen', aũta-s 'dass.'
Lettish: àut (àunu/àuju, àvu/avu) `Füsse bekleiden, anziehen, anlegen'; àukla, aũkla, auklis, aukle `aus Flachs oder Hanf gedrehte Schnur, dünne Leine'; àuts 'Binde, Fusbinde, Fusslappen; Tuch'
Old Prussian: auclo `Halfter' Voc. 451
Proto-Baltic: *auk-a- m., *aûk-ā̂ f. (1), *ūk-s-ō̂-, -ē̂- vb.
Meaning: shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ùžūksmis 'ein gegend Wind und Wetter geschützter Ort', iš-aukti = išrėkti (Dirva-Žinynas 1903, #8, S.174); ūkas 'Rohrdommel'
Lettish: ûkšuôt2, ûkšêt2 (-u/-ẽju, -ẽju) 'rufen, schreien, jodeln, jauchzen, sich gegenseitig zurufen', aũka, auks 'Sturmwind'
Old Prussian: aukis 'Greif (?)'
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