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Proto-Baltic: *kumb-r-a-, -ia- c., *kumbur-a-, -ia- c. (Lith CIRC / Lett AC)
Meaning: salience, swelling, handle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kumbrī̃-s, kum̃bri-s `Krummholz am Joch, Jochbogen, Schiffsrippe, kleine Bodenserhebung, Erdhügel, Gipfel', kum̃bura-s, kumburī̃-s `Krummholz', kum̃bras `krummer Griff am Steuerruder'
Lettish: kum̃brs, kum̃bris, kum̃bra `Buckel; Halswirbel, vorstehender Knochen des Genicks, Rist (bei Pferden); Auswuchs, Knoten am Baum', kum̃burs `Auswuchs, Knorren (am Baum); Erhöhung, Erhabenheit, Anhöhe, Höcker', kumburis 'kleine Erhöhung auf ebener Fläche'; kùmt (kumstu, kumu) 'krumm, buckelig werden', kumbt `krumm werden, verwachse, verschrumpfen'
Proto-Baltic: *kumel-iā̃ f., *kamnet=
Meaning: mare, horse
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kumẽlē `Stute'
Lettish: kumele `grösseres Füllen weiblichen Geschlechts'
Old Prussian: camnet 'Pferd' (Grunau 41)
Comments: Cf. Lith šebélka 'alte, schlechte Stute'
Proto-Baltic: *kum̂st-iā̃ f.
Meaning: fist
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kùmstē, kùmštē `Faust'
Proto-Baltic: *kunk-a- adj.
Meaning: brown
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: cucan [Bezzenberger corrected it to *cûcan, i. e. *cuncan ] `braun' V. 465
Proto-Baltic: *kuod-
Meaning: tuft of hair
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kuõdas 'Schopf, Haarbüschel, Federbusch'
Comments: [Differently in Fraenkel 311].
Proto-Baltic: *kurkl-ia- c.
Meaning: a k. of vermin
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kurklī̃-s 'Wurzelnager, Mulwurfsgrille'
Proto-Baltic: *kurm-i-, *kur̂m-ia- (1) c., *kurn-ia- c.
Meaning: mole
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kùrmis, gen. -iō `Maulwurf'
Lettish: kur̃mis, kurms 'Maulwurf', kùrnis2 `ds.'
Proto-Baltic: *kur̃-t-ja-, *kur̃-t-a-, -t-u- adj.,, *kur̃-l-a-/*kur̂-l-a- vb., *kur̂n-a- adj.
Meaning: deaf
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kur̃čia-, dial. kurla-, kur̃ta-, kurtù- 'taub'
Lettish: kur̃ls, kùrls 'taub', kur̃ns 'taub, ermüdet', kùrsls2 'taub'
Proto-Baltic: *kur̂- (1) vb. tr., *kur-a- c.
Meaning: burn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kùrti `feuern, heizen', kùra-s `Heiz-, Brennmaterial, Feuerung, Heizung'
Lettish: kur̃t (kur̨u, kũru) `Feuer anmachen, heizen', kurt (kurstu, kuru) 'geheizt werden'
Proto-Baltic: *kur̂- vb. tr.
Meaning: make, build
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kùrti (kùria, kū́rē) 'gründen, bauen, errichten, hervorbringen, schaffen'
Old Prussian: kūra `baut' Ench. 63, 23
Proto-Baltic: *kur̂p-iā̃ (1) f.
Meaning: shoe
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kùrpē `Schuh, Fuss als Längenmass'
Lettish: kur̃pe `Schuh; dickes Ende der Femerstange, das so angefertig ist, dass es an die vorderste Stütze der Schlittensohle angebunden wird'
Old Prussian: kurpe, -i `Schuh' V. 500, Ench. 29:33, 37:13; curpis `Schmiedestock' V. 519
Proto-Baltic: *kut-ē̂- (*kut-a-) vb., *kut- vb. intr., *kut-r-u- adj.
Meaning: leap up, move quickly
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kutḗti { (kùta) } `aufrütteln', kùsti (kuñta, kùtō) `sich erholen, erstarken', caus. kùtinti; kutrù- `beweglich, lebhaft, regsam, rührig'
Lettish: atkust 'sich auffüttern, zunehmen, besser werden'
Proto-Baltic: *kū̂l-a- c., *kū̂l-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: swelling, hernia
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kū́la `Verdickung, Anschwellung, Auswuchs, Knorren', kū́la-s `Nabelbruch'
Proto-Baltic: *kū̂l-ā̂ (1) f., *kūl-iā̃ f, *kūl-ē̂- vb.
Meaning: dry grass
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kū̃lēs pl. 'Brandpilze, Flugbrand, Staubbrand des Getreides, Grasart auf Torfwiesen', kūlḗti 'brandig werden'
Lettish: kũla (/ kûla2 Ruj.) 'altes, dürres, vorjäriges Gras'
Proto-Baltic: *kū̂s-ā̂- (2) vb.
Meaning: boil
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: kûsât, kùsat (-ãju), kûsêt, kùsêt (-ẽju/-u, -ẽju), kûsuôt 'sprudeln, wallen, überwallen'
Proto-Baltic: *kū̂š= (1?): *kū̂š-ā̂ (1), *kūš-ia-, -iā̃ (1) f., *kuš-k-ia-
Meaning: pubic hair, bunch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kūšī̃-s `Haarbüschel über der weibl. Scham, weibl. Scham'; kùški-s `Flocke, (Haar)büschel, Wisch'
Lettish: kūse 'Schamhaare; weibliche Scham', kũsa `Schamhaare', kūsis `Schamhaare, weibl. Scham', kušk̨is `Büschel, Handvoll; Wisch, Strohwisch'
Proto-Baltic: *kwap-a- c., *kwep-ē̂- vb., Lith *kwē̃p- (*kwep-ja-) / Lett *kwē̂p- (2) vb., *kwē̂p-ē̂- (2) vb., *kwē̂p- (2) vb. intr. (Lett), *kwep- vb. intr., *kwap-ac., *kwap-u- adj., *kū̂p- (2) vb., *kū̂p-ē̂- (*kū̂p-a-) (2) vb., *kwē̂p-ia- (2) c., *kū̆p-[s]-in-[a]- m.
Meaning: smoke, smell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kvãpa-s `Hauch, Dunst, Wohlgeruf', kvepḗti (kvẽpia/kvẽpi) `riechen, duften', kvē̃pti (kvẽpia/kvē̃pia, kvē̃pē) `keuchen, atmen, einhauchen, eingeben, beizubringen versuchen', inch. kvèpti (kvem̃pa, kvèpō) 'Geruch bekommen', caus. kvēpìnti, kvēpìnti; kvãpa-s 'Hauch, Atem, Duft, Geruch', kvapù- 'duftend, aromatisch', kūpḗti (kū́pa) 'sieden, kochen'
Lettish: kvêpêt (-ẽju) tr. 'räuchern', kvêpt (-pstu, -pu) intr. 'qualmen, rauchen; sich beräucher lassen, unter dem Qualm, Rauch schmachten; duften; verkommen'; kvêpis 'der Scmutzige, Schmutzfink'; kûpt(-pstu, -pu) intr. 'qualmen, dampfen, rauchen', kûpêt (-u, -ẽju) 'rauchen, dampfen, qualmen, stäuben'
Old Prussian: kupsins V. 46 'Nebel'
Proto-Baltic: *kweĩ-t- vb. tr., *kwaĩ-t-[a]- m., *kwaĩ-t-ā̂, -iā̃ f., *kwai= vb., *kwai-t-ī̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kviẽsti (kviẽčia) `einladen, (vor Gericht) vorladen, herbitten, auffordern'
Lettish: kviest (-šu), ìekviest 'einladen' (Nieden)
Old Prussian: quāits `Wille', quoitā, -ē `will', quoi 'ich, du will(st)', { quoitīt `wollen' }
Proto-Baltic: *kwek-iā̃ f.
Meaning: pole
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: queke `Tannen- od. Fichtenast, den man als Zaunstab benutzt' -- NOWHERE FOUND (in WP only)!
Comments: The status of a similar Lett čaka 'Knüttel mit Knorren od. Wurzelende als Griff' is unclear.
Proto-Baltic: *lab-a- adj., *lab-a- c., *lāb-ia- c., *lāb-u- adj., *lā̃b- vb. inch.
Meaning: good
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lãba- `gut', lãba-s 'Wohl, Gut, Besitz', lō̃bi-s 'grosser Besitz, Schatz, Reichtum', lōbù- 'begutert, reich', lō̃bti (-sta, -bō) 'reich werden, sich bereichen, Schätze anhaufen'
Lettish: labs `gut'
Old Prussian: labs `gut', acc. labban 'Gute', gen, labbas, -an, ans 'Gut', labbisku 'Güte'
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