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Proto-Baltic: *gim̃- (*gem-a-/*gim̂-st-a-) vb. intr., *gim̃-t-i- c., *gem-al-a- c., *gam-a- c., *gam̃-t-ā̂ f., *gim̃-t-ā̃ f.
Meaning: be born
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: gim̃ti (gẽma/gìmsta, gìmē) `geboren werden, zur Welt kommen, entstehen', gimtùvē 'Geburtsstätte, Heimat', gimtì-s 'natürliches Geschlecht', gẽmala-s '(Pflanzen)keim, Embryo, Leibesfrucht, Fötus, erster Anfang, Ansatz', gama-s 'Natur, angeborenes Wesen', gamtà 'Natur', gamìnti 'hervorbringen, erzeugen, herstellen'
Lettish: dzìmt (dzęmu/dzìmstu, dzimu) `geboren werden'; dzìmts (gen.-s) `Geschlecht', dzim̂ta2 'Geburt, Geschlecht, Familie; Gattung, Sexus'
Old Prussian: gimsenin `Geburt', { gemton `gebären' }, ptc. gemmons `geboren', naunagemmans, naunagimton 'neugeboren', ainangimmusin 'eingeborenen', gemmans 'geboren habend'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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