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Proto-Baltic: *alis-k-n-i-, *alus-k-n-ā̂ f., *al̃s-k-n-i- c., *als-k-n-ā̂ f. (Lith AC/Lett CIRC)
Meaning: alder
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: al̃ksni-s, dial. (Dusetos) alìksni-s `Erle', dial. alksnà, álksna `Erlenhain'
Lettish: èlksnis 'Erle, Eller'; àlksna (Bersohn, < *ę̀lksna), àlksne, alkšn̨a `Erlenwald, Erlengebüsch, ein mit Erlen bewachsener Ort'; àlksna2, aluksna 'eine einschiessende, morastige Stelle, besonders im Walde'
Old Prussian: al(i)skande [überl. abskande] `Erle' V. 602
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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