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Proto-Baltic: *paus-ti-
Meaning: animal hair
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: paustìs
Proto-Baltic: *pauš-k-ul-iā̃ f., *pa=paũš-k-a-, *=paus-k-a- c., *puš-k-a-, *pū̃š-k-a-, -ul-a- c., *pūs-n-ā̂- vb., *pus-l-iā̃ f., *pū̃s-l-iā̃ f., -ia- c., *pus-n-i- (2) c.
Meaning: swell
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pauškulē̃ 'Haut-, Gesichtbläschen, Finne, Pickel', pãpauška-s, -ska-s 'Schwiele, Wasserblase auf der Hand', pùška-s, pū̃ška-s, pùškula-s 'Haut-, Gesichtsbläschen, Finne, Pickel, Brandblase', pūsnṓti 'anfächeln, leich wehen', puslē̃ 'Blase, empfindliche Person'; pusnì-s (gen. -iẽs), dial. (Dusetos) pùsni-s 'Schneewehe, zusammengedrehte Schneemasse, Schneesturm, -gestöber'; dial. pl. puškai 'Tannenzweig'
Lettish: pùslis 'Blase; Urinblase'; pusks 'Büschel, Troddel', pušk̨is, pušks 'Blumenstrauss, Bänderstrauss; Schmuck'
Proto-Baltic: *paũt-a- (2) c.
Meaning: egg, testicle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: paũta-s `Ei, Hode'
Lettish: pàuts `Ei; Hode'
Old Prussian: pawtte `Eier' Grunau 74
Proto-Baltic: *pā, *pa
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pō̃ 'nach, über-hin'; apačià 'unterer Teil, Unterseite'
Lettish: apakša, dial. apukša, apuša, apuža, apaška, apuška 'Unteres, unterer Teil' (< *apatjā)
Old Prussian: pa-, po-
Proto-Baltic: *pāl-[a]- m.
Meaning: dove
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: poalis `Taube'
Proto-Baltic: *pāp-ā̂
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: { pōpà 'Wehweh'}
Proto-Baltic: *peč- vb. tr., *pač-jā̂- vb.
Meaning: shear, pluck
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pèšti `zupfen, rupfen, ausreissen, ausziehen, abreissen, pflücken, (Haare) raufen', frequ. pašiṓti
Lettish: pestiês (-šuôs, -suôs) 'über einen mit Worten herfallen; Anlass zum Streit suchen'
Proto-Baltic: *peĩč- vb. tr., *paĩč-a-, *peĩč-a- c., *peĩč-ā̂ f., *paĩč-in̂- vb.
Meaning: draw a black line; write
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: piẽšti (-ia, -ē) `mit Kohle Linien ziehen, (schwarze Muster) zeichnen, mit Zeichnungen ausschmücken verzieren', caus. piẽšinti; paĩša-s, piẽša-s `Russ-, Schmutzfleck; Kleckser, Schmierer, Sudler, paišà 'Staub-, Russbrand', paĩšinti 'berussen, usw.'
Old Prussian: peisāton 'geschrieben', 3 sg. prs. peisāi `schreibt'
Proto-Baltic: *peĩ-m-ō̃ (-en-) m.
Meaning: herdsman
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: piemuõ `Hirt(enknabe)'
Proto-Baltic: *peĩt-u-, -a- (1)
Meaning: meal
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: piẽtūs, pietaĩ/piẽtai pl. 'Mittag(szeit)', Mittagsmahl, Süden'
Proto-Baltic: *peîl-ia- c. (1), -iā̃ f.
Meaning: knife
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: peĩli-s 'Messer'; ? paĩlīti 'schlagen'
Lettish: peĩlis 'Messer'
Old Prussian: peile Grunau 27 'Messer'
Proto-Baltic: *peîpal-ā̂ (Lith 1) f., *peîpal-a- c., *paîpal-ā̂ (Lett 2) f., *paipul-iā̃ f., *penpal-ā̂ f.
Meaning: quail
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: píepala, píepala-s 'Wachtel'
Lettish: paîpala, paîpale2, paipule `Wachtel'
Old Prussian: penpalo V. 770 'Wachtel'
Comments: Cf. OPrus pippalins `Vögel', pepelis `Vogel'
Proto-Baltic: *peîw-ā̂ (1) f.
Meaning: meadow
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: píeva `Wiese'
Proto-Baltic: *pek-u n.
Meaning: small cattle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: pẽku-s '(Klein)vieh
Lithuanian: pẽku-s dial. `(Klein)vieh'
Old Prussian: pecku, peckan acc. `Vieh'
Proto-Baltic: *pel-en-a- c., *pel-en-iā̃ f., *pel-an-ā̂ f., *pel̃-n-a- c.; *plē̂-n-i- c., *plē̂-n-iā̃ (if AC, 1/2) f., *pleî-n-iā̃ (1) f., *plei-n-ia- c.
Meaning: ashes, dust
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pẽlenēs pl. `offener (Feuer)herd, Aschengrube, -loch, -stäubchen', pl. pelenaĩ `Ashe'; plḗni-s, gen. -ies, dial. plēnē̃, pléinē `Stäubchen, Flugasche', pl. plḗnīs, plḗniai `Flug-, Loder-, Flockasche'
Lettish: pęlns `Herd', pl. pę̀lni `Asche'; plẽne (plêne Dond., Lautb., Gr.-Buschhof) `weisse Asche auf Kohlen; Schneeflocke', pl. plẽnes `Flockasche'; plienis, pliẽnes pl., pliene `Flockasche'
Old Prussian: pelanne f. `Ashe' V. 37, { pelanno 'Herd'}, plieynis `Staubasche' V. 38
Proto-Baltic: *pel-ē̂k-a- (2) adj.
Meaning: grey
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pelḗka- `mäusegrau, mäusefahl'
Lettish: pęlę̂ks, Dond., Schlenk pel[i]ks `grau, aschfarbig, mausfärbig, pelêcis `etwas Graues'
Comments: Cf. 48 (В. Ч.)
Proto-Baltic: *pel-iā̃ f.
Meaning: mouse
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pelē̃ `Maus'
Lettish: pele `Maus'
Old Prussian: pele `Weihe' V. 710, pelemygis `Rötelweihe, Tuermfalke' V. 712, peles `Mus ( = Armmuskel)' V. 111
Proto-Baltic: *pel̃n-a- c., *peln-jā̂ f., *pel̃n-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: booty, loon
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pel̃na-s 'Gewinn, Nutzen, Ertrag, Erlös, Verdienst', pelnī́ti 'verdienen, gewinnen'
Lettish: pęl̂ns2, pel̨n̨a 'Verdienst, Gewinn', pèlnît (-u/-ĩju, -ĩju)'verdienen, gewinnen, verschulden'
Proto-Baltic: *pel(t)k= ?
Meaning: coat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Prussian: pelkis V. 475 'Mantel'
Proto-Baltic: *pel-u-, *pel-a- c., *pelw-ā̂, *pelaw-ā̂ f., *spal̂w-ā̂ (1), *spilw-ā̂
Meaning: chaff, down
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pẽlūs, pelaĩ pl.`Spreu', pẽla-s `Spreublatt'; spalva 'Farbe' ME III: 983
Lettish: pęlus, pę̀lvas2 pl., pel̨ava `Spreu, Kaff' || spal̃va `Feder; gefieder der Vögel, Federkrohne von Pflanzen; Haar von Vierfüsslern; Farbe von Haares von Tieren', spil̃va, spìlva, spil̂va `was sich elastisch hebt; Teichgras, Wollgras (Eriophorum); Samenwolle; Flocken; Haferspelze; feine, weisse, im Winde flatternde Birkenrinde; die sogenennte Seele in der Federpose; Hopfentrauben', spìlvens, spil̂vęns2, spìlv[a]ns, spìlvenis `Kissen, Bettkissen'
Old Prussian: pelwo `Spreu' V. 279
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