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Proto-Baltic: *mezg- (*mezg-a-, -ja-) vb. tr., *mazg-ī̂- vb. *mazg-a- c.
Meaning: knot, make a loop
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mègzti (mẽzga, mẽzgē) `knoten, knüpfen, stricken', intens. mazgī́ti; dial. mãzga-s `Knoten, zugezogene Schlinge'
Lettish: megzt (megžu, megzu) tr. 'stricken'
Proto-Baltic: *mē̂l-a-, *mel̂-n-a-, -ja- (1), mē̃l-sw-a- adj., *mē̃l- vb. intr.
Meaning: blue
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mḗla- `blau', mélsva-, mē̃lsva- `bläulich', mē̃lti `blau werden'
Lettish: męl̃ns `schwarz', mẽl̨š `dunkelblau'
Old Prussian: melne 'blauer Fleck', acc. f. mīlinan 'Fleck'
Proto-Baltic: *mē̂n-ō̃ (gen. -es-es) (1), *mē̂n-ig=
Meaning: month, moon
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mḗnuo, gen. sg. mḗnesiō `Mond, Monat', mḗnesi-s 'Monat'
Lettish: mẽness (gen. -s), mẽnesis `Mond; Monat'
Old Prussian: menig `Mond' V. 8
Proto-Baltic: *mig-l-ā̂ f.
Meaning: fog
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: miglà̀ `Nebel'
Lettish: migla `Nebel'
Proto-Baltic: *mil-a- n., *mil-ā̂ f., *mil-n-ā̂ f.
Meaning: wool
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìla-s `grober, selbstgewebtes Wollstof, selbgewebtes Tuch'
Lettish: mils `wollenes Gewebe', mila `grobes Bauerngewand, grobes Tuch', milna `Gewand, Tuch'
Old Prussian: milan `Gewand' V. 455
Proto-Baltic: *milč-, *milǯ- vb. intr. (Lith AC / Lett CIRC)
Meaning: cloudy
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìlšti, mìlštis `sich zusammenziehen (vom Gewitter)'
Lettish: *mìlzt (inf. mil̂zt2, prs. mìlst2, prt. milza) `dunkel, nebelig werden'; ? milza, milze 'Haufe'; mil̃ze 'eine an der Oberfläche mit Eiter angefülte Wunde'
Proto-Baltic: *mil-n-a- adj.
Meaning: many
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: milns 'sehr viel' }
Proto-Baltic: *miln-ā̂, ? *meld-iā̃
Meaning: lightning, the hammer of Perkunas
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: milna 'Hammer des Donners'
Old Prussian: mealde 'Blitz'
Proto-Baltic: *min-ē̂-, *miñ- (men-a-) vb., *min-s-l-iā̃, *man-s-l-iā̃ f., *min-ē̂- vb., *miñ-t-i- c., *men-a- c., *man-ī̂- vb., min̂-tl-ā̂, -iā̃ (2?) f.
Meaning: think, remember
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: minḗti (mẽna)
Lithuanian: miñti (mẽna, mìnē) `gedenken, sich erinnern, erwähnen, raten'; mįslē̃, mąslē̃ 'Rätsel'; mintì-s 'Gedanke, Einfall, Idee', minḗti `gedenken, sich erinnern', mẽna-s 'Gedächtnis, Meisterschaft; Kunst'; manī́ti 'denken, meinen, glauben, sich vorstellen'
Lettish: minêt (-u, -ẽju) `erwähnen, gedenken'; mît2 (Ruj.) 'erraten'; mîkla, mîkle2 'Rätsel'; manît (-u, -ĩju) 'merken, bemerken, verspüren, empfinden'
Old Prussian: mēntimai `wir lügen', epmēntimai 'wir belügen'
Proto-Baltic: *min-j-aw-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: a k. of grass
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìniava, miniavà `Filzgras, Faden-, Schimmelkraut'
Proto-Baltic: *min̂- (*min-a-) (1) vb. tr., *min̂-t-uw-a- c.
Meaning: trample down, brake
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìnti (mìna, mī́nē) `(nieder)treten, Flachs brechen', pl. mìntuvai, mintùvai, mintuvaĩ 'Flachsbreche'
Lettish: mĩt (minu/min̨u, minu/mĩnu) `treten', mĩnē (U.) mìne, mĩnis, mìnis 'Stelle, wo Lehm getreten wird; Getrampel'
Old Prussian: mynix 'Gerber' V. 511
Proto-Baltic: *min̂k-ī̂-, man̂k-ī̂- (1) vb., *min̂t-l-ā̂, -iā̃ (1/2) f., *min̂k-š-t-a- (1/2) adj., *min̂k-ī̂- (2?) vb.,
Meaning: knead; weak
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìnkīti, mánkīti `weiche Masse kneten, durcharbeiten, anrühren, feststampfen, zerknittern, zerknüllen, knicken, brechen', mìnklē `Teig', mìnkšta- `weich, zart, milde, sanft'
Lettish: mîcît (-cu, -cĩju) 'kneten, treten', mîksts `weich; weich , gelind (vom Wetter); schwach', mîkla 'Teig, Brotteig', mîkna2 `Teig'
Proto-Baltic: *miñǯ- (meñǯ-a-) vb.
Meaning: urinate
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: minžu 1 sg. prs. (Bretkun)
Lithuanian: mį̃žti (prs. mę̃ža) `harnen', pl. mīžalaĩ `Harn'
Lettish: mìzt (mìezu/mìeznu/mīžu, mìzu) `harnen'
Proto-Baltic: *mir̃- (mir̂-št-a-) vb. intr., *mer̂d-ē̂- (1?) vb. caus., *mer-ē̂- vb., *mer-ia- c.; *mir̃-t-i- (*1) c.
Meaning: die
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: mir̃ti-s (gen. mir̃ties/mirtiẽs) (Daukša) 'Tod'
Lithuanian: mir̃ti (mìršta, mìrē) `sterben', caus. marìnti; mérdēti 'im Sterben liegen, mit dem Tode ringen, darniederleigen'; merḗti 'verhungern'; mirtì-s, , mãra-s `Pest, Seuche'
Lettish: mir̃t (liter. usw.), mìrt (C., Peb., Arrasch) (mir̃stu, miru) 'sterben'; mir̃te 'Tod'; mèris 'Pest, Seuche'
Comments: Jatv. mard 'Mensch'.
Proto-Baltic: *mir̃š- vb. intr., *marš-in̂- vb., *mar̃š-a- c., *marš-u- adj.
Meaning: forget
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mir̃šti (-šta, -šō) `vergessen', caus. maršìnti; mar̃ša-s `Vergessen', maršù- `vergesslich'
Lettish: mìrst, mir̃st (-stu, -su) 'vergessen'
Proto-Baltic: *mišk-a- c.
Meaning: wood, forest
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mìška-s 'Wald, Forst; (Brenn- oder Baum)holz'
Proto-Baltic: *miž-
Meaning: bark
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: miza
Proto-Baltic: *mōl-ē̂- vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { pri-si-muolēti `prisvarginti' }
Proto-Baltic: *mō̂ǯ-ē̂- (1) vb.
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: muõzêt (/ muôzêt Kr.) (-ẽju) 'viel, gierig, unapetitlich essen; stampfen; foppen, narieren, quälen, überlisten; im Ringkampf besiegen; durchprügeln'
Proto-Baltic: *muč-ē̂- vb., *mūč-ā̂ f., *mūč-ia- c., *muč-t-aw-ā̂, -iā̃ f.
Meaning: beat, kill
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mùšti `schlagen, hauen, prügeln, totschlagen, töten, schlachten, usw.', mūšà 'Schlage', mū̃ši-s (gen. -iō) 'Schlacht, Kampf'
Lettish: mustavas, musteves, mustenes pl. mustava 'Kammlade am Webstuhl, Weberlade'
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