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Proto-Baltic: *lap-in-[a]- m.
Meaning: spoon
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: lapinis `Löffel'
Proto-Baltic: *lask-an-ā̂ f., *lask-at-a-, -ut-a- c., *lesk-ā̂ f.
Meaning: rags
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lãskana, lãskata-s, lãskuta-s `Lappen, Fetzen, Fleck'
Lettish: lęska, l̨ęska 'Fetzen, Schmutzklumpen'
Proto-Baltic: *laũd-t-in-ē̂- vb., *lǖ̃d- vb. intr.
Meaning: sad
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: liū̃sti, liūstù, liūdaũ `traurig, gramvoll, betrübt schwermütig, niedergeschlagen werden', liū̃dnas `traurig, gramvoll, betrübt, niedergeschlagen'
Old Prussian: laustineiti imp. 2 pl. `demütiget!' Ench. 61:16
Proto-Baltic: *laũk-a- adj.
Meaning: with a white mark
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: laũka- `blässig, mit einem weissen Fleck auf der Stirn'
Lettish: làuks 'blässig, mit einer Blässe'
Proto-Baltic: *lauk-a- m. (Lith CIRC/Lett AC)
Meaning: field
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: laũka-s `Feld, Acker, Ackerboden, Land', direct. laũk(an), laukañ 'hinaus, heraus'
Lettish: laũks 'Waldsblösse, Lichtung, waldlose Fläche im Walde; das Freie, freies Feld'
Old Prussian: laucks 'Acker, Feld'
Proto-Baltic: *laũ-r-iā̃ f., -ia- m., *lǖ̂-ti- c.
Meaning: mud
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: lutīna-s, lutīnē `quebbiger Ort, Pfuhl, Lehmpfütze'
Lithuanian: laũrē 'unordentliche, schmutzige Person', liū́ti-s, liūtì-s 'Platzregen, Wolkenbruch'
Lettish: làuris2 'Mensch, der schlaff, mit verwirrten Haaren und unordentlich in der Kleidung umhergeht'
Proto-Baltic: *laûk- (-ja-) vb. tr., *lūk-ē̂- vb., *lū̂k-a- c. (1), *lū̂k-ō̂- vb. (1)
Meaning: look for, wait
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: láukti (-ia, -ē) `warten', intens. lūkḗti; pl. palū́kai, palū́kōs, pãlūkōs 'Zinsen'
Lettish: lũks 'Schauer, Freier, Kundschafter; Korn auf der Flinte, Visier', lũkuôt, lũkât (-ãju) tr., intr. 'schauen, auf etw. sehen, absehen; versuchen, suchen'
Old Prussian: laukīt `suchen', kāimaluke (zu lesen: kāiman ~ kāimai luke) 'sucht heim' Ench. 29,5
Proto-Baltic: *laûǯ- (-ja-) vb. tr. (2), *laûǯ-ī̂- vb. (1), *laûǯ-a- c., *laûǯ-ā̂ (2) f., *lū̂ǯ- vb. intr.
Meaning: break
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: láužti (-žia, -žē) 'brechen', intens. láužīti, laužù- 'zerbrechlich, brüchig, spröde'; láuža-s 'Haufen abgebrochener Zweige, Holzhaufen, Holzstoss, Scheiterhaufen, (Kohlen)meiler, usw.', lū́žti (- žta, -žō) `entzweigehen, brechen'
Lettish: laûzt (-žu, -zu) 'brechen', laûzît, laũzît (-u, -ĩju) 'wiederholt brechen; peinigen, foltern'; laûza `Bruch, Brechen, Windholz, Lagerholz, Herzleid'
Proto-Baltic: *law-ī-, -in̂- vb., *law-ē̂- vb., *law-u- adj.
Meaning: adroit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lãvinti, lãvīti '(ein)üben, (aus)bilden, entwickeln, schulen, abrichten, trainieren', pralavḗti 'sich ein wenig Ausbildung aneignen', lavù- 'geübt, gewandt, geschickt'
Proto-Baltic: *lazd-ā̂, *lazd-iā̃ f., *lezd-ā̂ f., -a- c.
Meaning: rod, perch, pole
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lazdà `Haselstacken, Stock, Stab', lazdī́na-s `Haselnussstrauch'
Lettish: la(g)zda, lagzde, la(g)zds, lę(g)zda, lę(g)zds `Haselnussstrauch (Corylus avellana)'
Old Prussian: laxde `Haselstrauch' V. 607, kellaxde `Speerschaft' V. 423
Proto-Baltic: *lāb-ō̂- vb.
Meaning: slip
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: lābuotiês2, lãbuoties 'schleichen'; sich anschmeichen'
Proto-Baltic: *lāp-a- c. (Lith CIRC / Lett AC 1), *lā̂p-ī̂- (1) vb.
Meaning: patch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lō̃pa-s 'Fleck, Flicken (zum Ausbessern eines Kleidungsstücke), Lappen; Stück Land'
Lettish: lãps 'Flick(en)', lãpît (-u/-ĩju, -ĩju) 'flicken, ausbessern'
Proto-Baltic: *lāp-ā̂, -iā̃ (1) f., *lāp-[a]- m.
Meaning: flame, torch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lṓpē 'Licht; Bündel Leuchtspäne'
Lettish: lãpa `Fackel, Kienfackel'
Old Prussian: lopis `Flamme'
Proto-Baltic: *lā̂- (*lā̂-ja-) (1), *lā̂-j-ā̂ f., *lā̂-ti- c., *lā̂-st-a- c. (2)
Meaning: to bark
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lṓti (lṓja, lṓjō) `bellen, kläffen, schelten, verleumden, fluchen', caus. lō̃dinti, lōdìnti; lōjà 'Schelte', lōtì-s 'Brunst der Wölfe'
Lettish: lãt (/ lât2) (lāju) `bellen; schelten, schimpfen, verleumden', lâsts, lāsta 'Fluch; Kirchenbann'
Proto-Baltic: *lā̂m-ā̂ (1?), *lā̃m-a- c.
Meaning: hole, den, pit
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lōmà (acc. lō̃mą), lō̃ma-s `Grube, Höhle, Vertiefung'
Lettish: lãma `niedrige Stelle, Lache, Senkung auf dem Felde od. auf dem Wiese, Pfütze, Grube, Sumpf, Grube'
Proto-Baltic: *lā̂p-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: paw, claw
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lṓpa `Pfote, Tatze, Klaue'
Lettish: lãpa `Pfote'
Proto-Baltic: *lā̂w-ā̂ f. (1/2)
Meaning: bed, bench
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lṓva `Bett'
Lettish: lâva `Schwitzbank, Pritsche in der Badenstube; Bank an dem Riegenofen oder an dem Stubenofen, Schlafstelle; Lage von Stroh oder Baumzweigen unter dem Heu- oder Getreideschober'
Proto-Baltic: *led-u- c., *led-a- m.
Meaning: ice
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: lẽda-s `Eis, Hagel', dial. (Lazūnai) ledù-s `id.'
Lettish: lędus (gen. -us) `Eis'
Old Prussian: ladis `Eis' V. 56, lattako `Hufeisen' V. 543
Proto-Baltic: *leg=
Meaning: weak
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: leg̨ēns, l̨agans, l̨ęgans `schlaff, weich; quabbelig, quabbig, quatschelig'
Proto-Baltic: *leĩ- (*lej-a-) vb. tr., *laĩ-t-a- c., *laĩ-st-a- c., *laj-a- c., *lī̂d-ī-, -in̂- vb. caus.
Meaning: melt
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: liẽti (liẽja, liẽjō) `schmelzen, (zu einer Form) giessen, verkitten, mit Lehm verstreichen', laĩta-s 'Lehmklumpen', pl. laĩstai 'Gipsmörtel, Stuck, Verputz'; pl. į-lajaĩ 'Leim, Lehm, Kleister'; { lī́dīti, lī́dinti `Fett, Schmer schmelzen, Talg bereiten' }
Lettish: liêt (leju, lêju) 'giessen (von Metall, namentlich Zink); hauen, schlagen'
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