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Proto-Baltic: *čal-i- c., *čal-ā̂ f.; *kal̃- (*kal-ja-) vb. tr., *kal̃-t-i- c.
Meaning: side; lean, incline
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: šalì-s `Seite, Gegend (des Landes), Ufer, Rand, Richtung'; šãlinti 'zur Seite treiben, entlassen, abfertigen' || kal̃ti (kãlia, kãlē) 'anlehnen', atkaltē̃, ãtkalti-s, atkaltì-s, ãtkalta '(Rücken)lehne'; pakalà 'Rückenteil, Rückseite'
Lettish: sals (gen. -a/-s), salis 'Schweinefleisch, Schinken, Speckseite', sala 'Hälfte des geschlachteten Schweine', spek̨u sala 'Speckseite' || atkal, atkal̨ 'abermals, wiederum', pakal̨a 'der Hintere, das Hintere, Hinterteil'
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