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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'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-olith,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,baltet-notes,

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