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Proto-Baltic: *skerp-t-u- m., *skir̃p-s-ta- c., *skir̂p-s-t-u- c., *skir̂p-s-t-ā̂, *skirp-s-t-iā̃ f.
Meaning: elm
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: skir̃psta-s `Feldulme (U. campestris'), Rot-, Waldbuche (F. silvatic a), Weg-, Kreuzdorn (Rhamnus frangula), Weiss-, Hage-, Hainbuche (C. betulus)' und `Heckenkirsche (Lonicera xylosteum)', skìrpstu-s `Rotbuche (F. silvatyica)', skir̃pste `glatter Wegedorn (Rh. frangula)', skìrpsta `Hartriegel, Cornus sanguinea'
Old Prussian: skerptus `Rüster (U. campestris)' V. 626
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