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Proto-Baltic: *čer̂d-i- c., *čerd-iā̃ (2) f., *čir̂d-i- (*čir̂d-) (2) c., *čir̂d-a- c., *čir̃d- vb. intr.
Meaning: heart, middle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: širdès gen., šìrdes pl., širdų̃ pl. gen.
Lithuanian: širdì-s f., acc. šìrdį `Herz, Zentrum der Organe; Kern, Gesinnung, Gefühl, Wunsch, Verlangen; Herz im Kartenspiel; Mark von Bäumen, Kernholz'; pl. t. širdaĩ, gen. -ų̃ `Ärger, Wut, Zank, Streit'; šir̃sti `sich über imd. ärgern, wütend sein, zürnen'; ostlit. šerdì-s `Mark, Kern im Holz, Inneres , medula arboris; Herz (der Glocke), Zentrum', šérdi-s, šerdē̃ `id.'
Lettish: sir̂ds (g. -s) f., dial. sirde `Herz; Mut, Zorn', ser̂de f. `Mark, Kern im Holz; Inneres von Pflanzen, Früchten, Obst; Mitte, Zentrum'
Old Prussian: seyr `Herz' V. 124; { sīras, acc. sīran id. }
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-olith,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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