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Proto-Baltic: *nik- vb. intr., *naĩk-[a]- adj.
Meaning: attack, worry, badger
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: ap-, su-nìkti (-niñka, -nìkō) 'über einen herfallen, einen anfallen, befallen', į-nìkti, už-nìkti 'sich mit beharrlichem Eifer, mit eifriger Hingabe auf etw. verlegen, sich in etw. hineinstürzen'
Lettish: ap-nikt (-nìkstu/-nìku, -niku) `überdrüssig, langweilig werden', apnika 'Überdruss', nikns 'böse, grimmig, heftig, boshaft', niktiês (nìkuôs, nikuôs) virsū 'sich aufdrängen, sich reiben an, mit Bitten bestürmen', nàiks 'heftig, zornig, böse; schnell, gewandt, fix'
Proto-Baltic: *nir̃t- vb. intr., *ner̂t-ē̂- vb., *nar̃t-s-a- c., *nar̃t-s-ā̂ f.
Meaning: be angry
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nir̃sti (nir̃sta, nir̃tō) 'heftig zürnen, ergrimmt, aufgebracht, wüten d sein, wüten, toben', nértēti 'dass.', nar̃sa-s 'Heftigkeit, Ungestüm, zornige Aufwallung, Zornesglut, Mut, Kühnheit', narsà 'Wille zu etw., Lust, Mut, usw.'
Old Prussian: ernertimai `wir erzürnen', ernertīuns 'gezürnet, erzürnt', acc. nertien, gen. nerties `Zorn'
Proto-Baltic: *niuk-
Meaning: to drive, urge
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { niùkinti }
Proto-Baltic: *nī̂t-i- (1) c.
Meaning: reed (in loom)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nī́ti-s (gen. -ies) `Hevelte, Weberkamm', pl. nī̃tīs 'Weberkette'
Lettish: nĩts (gen. -s), pl. nĩtis, nĩtes `Weberheftel'
Proto-Baltic: *nō-
Meaning: we (dual.)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nuodu acc. du. 'uns beide' (Šiauliai)
Old Prussian: noūson gen., dat. noūmans 'wir'
Proto-Baltic: *nō̂g-a- (2) adj.
Meaning: naked
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: núoga- `nackt, bloss, kahl'
Lettish: nuôgs `nackend, arm'
Proto-Baltic: *nug-ar-ā̂ f.
Meaning: back
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nùgara 'Rücken'
Proto-Baltic: *nū, *nu
Meaning: now
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: nù, nū̃ `nun, jetzt, heute', nūnái, nūnaĩ `id.'
Lettish: nu, nù2 `nun'
Old Prussian: tei-nu `nun', esteinu `von nun an'
Proto-Baltic: *nū̂d- vb. intr., *naũd-ī- vb.
Meaning: wish, long for
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pa-nū́sti (-nū́sta, -nū́dō) `grosse Lust bekommen, grossen Wunsch haben, verlangen, gelüsten', naũdīti `begehren'
Proto-Baltic: *ōdeg-ā̂ f.
Meaning: tail, mane
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: uodegà `Schwanz, Schweif'
Lettish: uodęga `Schweif; Mähne'
Proto-Baltic: *ōl-u-, *ūl-u- adj.
Meaning: assiduous
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: uolù- 'fleissig, eifrig, emsig, sorgfältig, leidenschaftlich', dial. ūlù-
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂č-ia-, *ō̂č-w-ia- (2) m., -iā̃ f. (2)
Meaning: step-father, -mother
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: úošvi-s 'Schwiegervater', úošvē 'Schwiegermutter'
Lettish: uôsis2 'Schwiegervater; Schwiegrvater des Sohnes resp. der Tochter; Vater der Schwiegertochter', pl. uôši2, pl uôses2 "nennen einander die Eltern des Ehemannes und der Ehefrau", uôsvis 'Schwiegervater'
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂d- (2) vb. tr.
Meaning: smell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: úosti (-džia) `riechen, durch den Geruch wahrnehmen; spüren, wahrnehmen, ahnen', uõdi-s 'Geruch, Riechen'
Lettish: uôst (-žu, -du) tr., intr. `riechen'
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂g-ā̂ f., -a- c. (2)
Meaning: berry
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: úoga `Beere, Kirsche'
Lettish: uôga, uogs `Beere'
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂lek-t-i-s, *al̃k-ō̂n-a- c., *al̃k-ō̂n-ia- c., *al̃k-ū̂n-iā̃ f., *al̃k-a- c., *al̃k-ā̂ f.
Meaning: elbow, ell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: uolaktis (Szyrwid) `Elle, Mass'
Lithuanian: úolektis, gen. -ies (DLKŽ), uolektìs, gen. -iẽs (Kurschat); alkū́nē, elkū́nē `Ellenbogen, Biegung, Krümmung'
Lettish: uôlekts (gen. -s), dial. uôlekte2, uôlękts, uôlikte2 `Elle', ruokas uo. 'Unterarm'; ę̀lks 'Biegung, Winkel; Ellenbogen', èlka `Ellenbogen', ę̀lkuons, ę̀lkuonis `Biegung'; ę̀lkuons, ę̀lkuonis, ę̀lkuone 'Ellenbogen'
Old Prussian: woaltis `Elle' V. 298, woltis `Unterarm' V. 112, alkunis V. 110 `Ellenbogen';
Comments: Неясно отношение сюда Lith lẽtena 'Fusssohle, Pfotze, Tatze'; Lett let(e)nis, letene 'Fusssohle, Pfotze, Tatze'
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂s-i-, -ja- (2) c.
Meaning: ash-tree
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: úosis, gen. -ies, -iō `Esche'
Lettish: uôsis, uôšis2, uôšs, uoša `Esche (Fraxinus excelsior)'
Old Prussian: woasis `Esche' V. 627
Proto-Baltic: *ō̂st-a- (1) c., *ō̂st-ā̂ (1/2) f., *aûst-jā̂- (1) vb.
Meaning: opening, mouth (of the river)
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: úosta-s, uostà `Flüssmundung, Hafen'; áuščiōti `schwatzen, reden'; úoksa-s 'Öffnung, Hohlraum, Höhlung in einem Baumstamm', dial. úoksva-s
Lettish: uõsts m., uõsta, uôsta f. 'Flussmundung; Hafen'; aũša c., aušis `Schwätzer; Alberner, Unbändiger, Windbeutel, Faselhans', aũšât (-ãju) `schwatzen, faseln, aus der Schule plaudern; albern, sich albern oder unruhig aufführen, unartig sein, tollen'
Old Prussian: austo, acc. sg. āustin `Maul, Mund'
Comments: ? Lett uõksts (gen. -s), uoksta, uokste 'Hintere, Vertiefung zwischen den Hüften, Scham'
Proto-Baltic: *paĩk-a- adj., *paĩk- vb. inch., *paĩk-in̂-, *paîk-in̂- vb., *pik-t-a- adj., *pīk- (Lith CIRC ~ Lett CIRC/AC, 1) vb. intr., *paik-a- c., *paik- vb. inch., *peîk- (1) vb. intr.
Meaning: easy, fool, deceiving
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: paĩka- `dumm, töricht, albern, einfach, eingesinnig, halsstarrich', paĩkti (-sta, -ō) `verdummen', paĩkinti 'dumm machen, verdummen', páikinti 'jmd. einen Dummkopf schelten, verhätscheln, verzärteln, verwöhnen, verziehen'; pìkta- `böse', pī̃kti (-sta) `zürnen, böse, zornig sein'; pigù-, pìga- 'leicht, einfach, wohlfeil, billig'
Lettish: paiki pl. 'Scherze', izpaikt 'sich verwöhnen', paîkt2 'verzärtelt, verhätschelt werden', peĩkt (peĩkstu, peĩku) 'sich verwöhnen', pikts 'böse, scharf, verbissen, heftig', pîkt (-kstu, -ku), pìkt2 'zornig, böse werden'
Old Prussian: paikemmai 'wir trügen', popaikā 'er betrüge', 1 pl. aupackēmai Ench. 26, 33 'abdringen'
Proto-Baltic: *pak- ??
Meaning: good
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Comments: Yatv. pakis.
Proto-Baltic: *pak[š]-ia- c., -iā̂ f.
Meaning: corner
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lettish: paksis, pakšk̨is, pakšis, pakšs, pakša 'Hausecke'
Comments: Cf. Jatv. (Hel.) pikra 'breast'?
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