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Proto-Baltic: *keru-
Meaning: molar tooth
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: {cęruo-k(s)lis} 'Backenzahn'
Proto-Baltic: *ker̂- (2): *ker-ia- c., *ker-ē̂- vb.; *ker̃-š-t-a- c.; *kar̂-š-t-a- (2) adj., *kar̂-š-t-iac., *kar̂-š- (2) vb. intr.; *kir̂-š- / *kir̃-š- vb. intr.
Meaning: burn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káršta- `heiss, glühend, brennend, hitzig, feurig, inbrünstig', kar̃šti-s `Hitze, Glut, Heftigkeit, Leidenschaftlichkeit', káršinti 'beunruhigen, zusetzen, zum Zorn reizen'; kir̃šti (-šta, -šō), kìršti (-šta, -šō) 'aufgebracht werden, in Zorn geraten', kìršinti 'aufbringen, erbittern, empören', ker̃šta-s `Zorn, Rasche, Bosheit', { kerù- `zornvoll' }
Lettish: cer̨i, cęras pl. `Glutsteine auf dem Gewölbe des Riegen- od. des Badstubenofens, die (in der Badstube) begossen werden; Glutfang'; kar̂st (-stu, -su) 'heiss werden, heiss sein, entbrennen, sichsehnen', kar̂sêt (-ẽju) 'erhitzen, heiss, warm machen', kar̂sts 'heiss; hitzig, schnell'
Comments: Often compared Lett cerêt 'hoffen, denken, meinen, (heimlich) lieben, minnen', pl. cęras, ceres 'Andacht, Ehrfuhrt, Inbrunst; Hoffnungen' are not related to this root.
Proto-Baltic: *ker̂š-a- adj., *kir[š]-n-a- adj.
Meaning: motley (black and white)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kérša- 'weiss und schwarz gefleckt, schwarzscheckig'
Old Prussian: kirsnan `schwarz' V. 460
Proto-Baltic: *kes-el-ia- c.
Meaning: a k. of basket
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽseli-s, -ē 'aus Gerten geflochtener Sack zum Krebsfang', keselī̃-s 'Korb zum Tragen von Heu und Kleinfutter für das Vieh'
Proto-Baltic: *ketur-; *ketwir̃-t-a- adj.
Meaning: four
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: keturì, coll. ketverì; ketvir̃ta-,
Lettish: četri 'vier'; loc. cetruos (L.); cętur̃tais, cęturts, cętruotais 'der vierte'
Proto-Baltic: *keul-iā̃ f.
Meaning: pig
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kiaũlē `Schwein'
Proto-Baltic: *keûn-ā̂, -iā̃ (2) f.
Meaning: marten
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kiáunē, ostlit. kiaunē̃ `Marder'
Lettish: caûna, caûne `Marder'
Old Prussian: caune 'Marder' V. 663
Proto-Baltic: *keûr-a- (1) adj., *skeur-iā̃
Meaning: hollow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kiáura- `durchlöchert, löcherig, leck, hohl, ganz', adv. kiauraĩ, kiáurai `ganz und gar, durch und durch, vollständig'; skiaurē̃ `durchlöcherter Kahn als Fischbehälter `kleiner, durchlöcherter Fischkasten'
Lettish: caũrs 'Loch od. Löcher habend, durchlöchert, durchgerieben, zerrissen', praep. caũr `durch, hindurch',caũri adv. 'durch'
Proto-Baltic: *keût-a- c., *keut-ā̂ f., *kut-ia- c.,
Meaning: shell, cover
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: { kutī̃s 'Beutel, Geldkatze' }
Lithuanian: kiáuta-s 'Schale, Gehäuse, Hülle, Hülse', { pl. kiautaĩ Getreideschalen von Roggen usw. }
Old Prussian: keuto 'Haut'
Proto-Baltic: *kew-al-a- c., *keũ-l-ā̂ f.
Meaning: peel, rind
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽvala-s `Schale, Gehäuse, Hülle, Hülse'
Lettish: čàula, čaule `Schale, Hülse, Kruste; Kopf'
Comments: But cf. Lith keveta-s, kiáuta-s, kevénti, Lett čaùmala.
Proto-Baltic: *kew-a-t-a- c., *kew-en̂- vb.
Meaning: rind, peel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kẽvata-s 'Schale, Gehäuse, Hülle, Hülse' (cf. alibi kiáuta-s from another root), kevénti 'abhülsen, abschälen'
Proto-Baltic: *kib-ā̂ f., *kib-ir-a- c.
Meaning: vessel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kibìra-s 'Eimer, Kübel'
Lettish: ciba 'runder, hölzerner Gefäss, in das Butter, dicke Milch, Fleisch getan wird'
Proto-Baltic: *kid-nā̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kidnṓti (Jušk.) 'eine Ziege durch den Lockruf 'kid, kid' herbeilocken', žem. kẹdnuótẹ
Proto-Baltic: *ki, *ke
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: -ki, -ke Verstärkungspartikel bei Imper., Adverbien und Pronomina
Proto-Baltic: *kik-tu-ia- m., *kḗk-š-t-a-, -ia- m.
Meaning: a k. of waterfowl
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kikùti-s 'Bekassine, Sumpfschneppe, Himmelsziege'; kḗkšta-s, -ī̃-s 'Eichelhäher'
Proto-Baltic: *kiñ- vb., *kī̃n-ī̂- vb., *kiñ-t-iā̃ f.
Meaning: strive, struggle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: cī̀stiês (cīstuos/cī̀šuos, cī̀tuos) 'ringen, streben, trachten', *cī̀tiês [cī̀ties2 (Praulen)] `streben, trachten', [cîties2 (Bielenstein)] (cîstuos, cijuos) 'kämpfen, ringen'; cī̀nîtiês (-uos, -ījuos) `kämpfen, ringen, sich bemühen'; cī̀te 'Eifer, Strebsamkeit'
Proto-Baltic: *kin-i- (1) c., *kin-ia- c.
Meaning: den
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kìnis f. `Lager der Tiere, bes. der Schweine; schmutzige Lagerstadt eines Menschen'
Lettish: cinis, cins (gen. -s) 'Hümpel'
Proto-Baltic: *kiñk-ī̂- vb., *kiñk-t-a- c.
Meaning: harness (to)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kinkī́ti `schirren, anspannen', pl. kiñktai 'Pferdegeschirr, Gespann'
Proto-Baltic: *kirk-ā̂l-ja- c. (1)
Meaning: stilts
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kirkãliai pl. 'Stelze'
Proto-Baltic: *kir̃m-i-, *kir̃m-ia- c., *kir̃m-ō̃ (-en-es), *kir̃m-iā̃ f., *ker̃m-a- c., ker̃m-ia- c.,*ker̃m-iā̃ f.
Meaning: worm
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kirmìs `Wurm, Schlange, Lindwurm', kirmuõ, acc. kir̃menį `id.'
Lettish: cirmis; cirmenis, cìrmęns, cirmene, cirmin̨š, cìrminis, cìrmulis2 `Wurm, Made, Milbe; Raupe', cḕrme, cêrmis2, cę̂rms2 `Rainfarn (Tanacetum vulgare); jedes die Spulwürmer abführende Mittel'
Old Prussian: girmis [l. wohl kirmis] `Made' V. 786
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