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Proto-Baltic: *ǯel̂- (2) vb. intr., *ǯil̂- (2) vb. intr., *ǯelmō̃ (-men-es), *ǯal-a-, *ǯal-ja- adj., *ǯil-a- adj., *ǯel̃-w-a- adj., *ǯā̂l-iā̃ (2)
Meaning: green; grey, reddish
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: žélti `grünend wachsen, bewachsen, aufgehen (von Pflanzen)'; žel̃va- `grünlich, gelblich'; žōlē̃ `Gras, Kraut, Blume'; želmuõ `Pflanze, Sprössling, Gewächs', žãlia- `grün, roh, ungekocht'; žãla- `rot (vom Rind)', žãli-s `roter Ochse, rote Kuh'; žìla- 'grauhaarig'; žìlti (žìlsta/žį̃la, žìlō) `grau werden, ergrauen'
Lettish: zel̂t (zel̨u, zêlu) `grünen, frisch wachsen, gedeihen; emporkommen'; zal̨š `grün; frisch, unfertig, unreif, roh; gesund, kräftig, stark; lustig, sorglos'; zâle `Gras, Kraut'; zil-s, zil̨-š `blau'; zilt (zilstu, zilu) `blau schimmern', zĩle, zîle2 `Koralle (Kralle), Perle, Flitterschmuck'; zals `braun, rötlich, rötlich gelb, hellrot (die von Kühen bezeichnend)'; zals (?) (Assiten) 'grün'
Old Prussian: sālin acc. `Kraut' Ench. 65:30, soalis `Kräuticht, Krautwerk' V. 293; saligan 'grün'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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