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Proto-Baltic: *auk-š-l-ia- c.
Meaning: a k. of vessel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aukšlī̃-s 'Gefäss aus Erlenrinde, das beim Beerensammeln verwendet wird, Tüte oder Schachtel aus Baumrinde'
Proto-Baltic: *aũl-a- m., *aûl-ia- (1) c., *awel-ia- c., *awil-ia- c., *aûl-iā̃ (1) f.
Meaning: a pipe-like vessel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aũla-s `Stiefelschaft (голенище)'; aulī̃-s, avilī̃-s `Bienenstock, Bienenkorb'
Lettish: aũle, [aũls AP.], dial. àuls2 `Stiefelschaft'; aũlis, aũle, avelis, avele ' eine aus Tannenrinde oder auch aus einem Klotze (dessen Mitte ausgefault ist) gemachter Bienenschtock, um Bienen einzufangen'
Old Prussian: aulinis `Stiefelschaft' V.503, aulis m. `Schene' V.141
Proto-Baltic: *au-mō̃ (-men-es), *ā-mō̃ (-men-es)
Meaning: understand, be awake
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: ōvīje 'im Wachen', ōvīti-s 'sich im Gesichte oder Traume sehen lassen'
Lithuanian: aumuõ 'Verstand, Begriff, Intellekt', ōmē̃, pl. ōmenis, ōmana(s), žem. (v)ōmins, ṓmīnē 'dass.'
Proto-Baltic: *au-r=
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aurè 'siehe da'
Proto-Baltic: *aũs-(i-)
Meaning: ear
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ausìs, pl. gen. ausų̃ `Ohr'
Lettish: àuss (gen. -s, pl. gen. ausu/aušu) `Ohr'
Old Prussian: āusins pl. acc. 'Ohren' V. 83
Proto-Baltic: *aũš-r-ā̂ f., *aũš- vb. intr., *aũš-mā̂ f.
Meaning: dawn
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: aušrà `Morgenröte, -dämmerung'; auštrìnis (vḗjas) 'Nordostwind'; aũšti `tagen, dämmern'
Lettish: àustra (Drobbusch, C.), aũstra (Kand., Ruj., Salis, Dond., Wandsen) `Morgendämmerung, -röte', austra vējš (Dietz) `Ostwind', àustrums (C., PS.), aũstrums (Kand., Salis) `der Osten'; àust (3 prs. -st, 3 prt. -sa) intr., inch. 'tagen, anbrechen, erscheinen, eintreten'; ausma `die hellwerdende Dämmerung, Morgendämmerung'
Proto-Baltic: *aûd- (2) vb. tr., *ūd-ia- c.
Meaning: weave
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áusti (áudžia) `weben'; ū̃di-s 'einmaliges Gewebe'
Lettish: aûst (-žu, -du) tr., intr. 'weben, wirken'
Proto-Baltic: *aûg- (prs. aûg-a-) (1) vb., *aûg-š-t-a- (2) adj. || *aûk-l-ā̂, -iā̃ f. (1), *aûk-l-ē̂- (1) vb., *ūk-aw-im-a- c., *uk-a-
Meaning: grow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áugti (áuga) `wachsen, grösser werden', áugala-s, augesti-s 'Wuchs, Grösse, Statur', aũgala-s 'Gewächs, Pflanze', auglī̃-s 'Gewächs, Tumor', augèsnis 'älter', ū̃gi-s 'Wuchs', ū̃gi-s, ū̃gli-s 'Schoss, Schössling, Zweig', ūgìnti 'aufziehen', augìnti 'ds.'; áukšta- `hoch'; áuklēti-žmṓnēs `Erwachsene', aukúoju `hebe ein Kind auf und nieder', ūkavimas `Schaukeln, Schwanken', áuklē `Kinderwärterin'
Lettish: aûgt (-gu, -gu) 'wachsen, grösser werden, zunehmen; durch Wachsen entstehen', aûglis 'Frucht; Leibesfrucht'; aûgsts 'hoch hochgestellt, vornehm' || aũklêt `(ein Kind) warten, auf den Händen tragen und schaukeln', aũkle, aũkla, aũklis 'Kinderwärterin'
Old Prussian: auginnons 'gezogen', poaugints 'auferzogen'; aucktimiskan 'Obrigkeit', aucktairikijskan 'ds.', auctimmiein 'Obersten'; ucka- praef. zur Bildung des Superlativs
Proto-Baltic: *aû(k)s-a- m.
Meaning: gold
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áuksa-s `Gold'
Old Prussian: ausis Voc. 523, acc. ausin Ench. 31,26 `id.'
Proto-Baltic: *aû-s- vb., *aû-s-ē̂-, -ī̂- vb. (1?)
Meaning: hurry
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: austi-s `sich erquicken', atausima-s 'Erquickung' (Kn. nobažn., 1662)
Lettish: ataust `sich erholen, laben', ataũsêt, ataũsît `erquicken, laben'
Proto-Baltic: *aû-š- vb., intr., *aû-š-ē̂-, *aû-š-ī̂- (1) vb., *aû-š-t-a- (1) adj., *au-k- vb. intr.
Meaning: cool
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: áušti `kühl werden, erkalten', áušinti, áušīti 'kühlen, abkühlen, erkalten lassen'
Lettish: aũsît, aũsêt 'mit dem Kochlöffel schöpfen und zurückgiessen, abkühlen, damit der Kessel nicht überkoche'; aũksts 'kalt'; aukt 'kalt, ungestüm sein' (von L. als obsolet bezeichnet)
Proto-Baltic: *aw-a- m., *aw-ā̂ f., *aw-ī̂n-a-
Meaning: aunt, grandmother
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: avà `Tante (als Frau des Mutterbruders)', { Pok. avia Grossmutter }, avī́na-s `Oheim (als Mutterbruder)'
Old Prussian: awis Oheim (Voc. 177)
Proto-Baltic: *aw-i- c., *aw-en-a-, *aw-in-a- m., *aũ-n-a- m.
Meaning: sheep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: avì-s `Schaf'; ãvina-s `Schafbock, Widder'
Lettish: avs, dial. ave `Schaf'; àuns, avins, avęns `Widder, Schafbock'
Old Prussian: awins `Widder' V. 679
Proto-Baltic: *awiǯ-ā̂, -iā̃, *aũǯ-ā̂ f.
Meaning: oats
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: avižà `Haferkorn'; pl. m. ãvižōs `Hafer'
Lettish: àuza, pl. àuzas `Hafer'
Old Prussian: wyse `Hafer' V. 262
Proto-Baltic: *aǯer-a-, *eǯar-a-, *aǯar-a- n.
Meaning: lake
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ẽžera-s, dial. ãžera-s 'See'
Lettish: ęzęrs, ęzars 'See; Mühlenstauung'
Old Prussian: assaran 'See' Voc. 60
Proto-Baltic: *aǯg-iā̃ f., *aǯg-ia- c., *aǯeg-[a]- m.
Meaning: perch
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: egžlī̃-s, ež(e)gī̃-s, jegžlī̃-s, ežgē̃ `Kaulbarsch', dial. (Salakas) ažgī̃-s
Old Prussian: assegis m. `Barsch' V. 572
Proto-Baltic: *aǯ-ia- c.
Meaning: hedgehog
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ežī̃-s `Igel'
Lettish: ezis `Igel, Schweinigel'
Proto-Baltic:
Meaning: and, but
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ō̃ 'und, aber'
Proto-Baltic: *ām-ī̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ōmīti-s 'Faxen machen, albern sein'
Proto-Baltic: *āt-u-, *at-r-u-, *ā̂t-r-u adj. (1)
Meaning: quick, swift
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: átru- dial. `schnell, heftig, aufbrausend', ōtrù- 'lebhaft, feurig, temperamentvoll, gierig (beim Fressen und Trinken)', ōtù- `eilfertig, behend, Eile habend, dringend', adv. ōtu `schnell'
Lettish: ãtr-s `schnell, rasch, heftig, hitzig'
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