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Proto-Baltic: *mā̂tē̃ (-er-es) (1), *pā=matr-iā̃ f., *mā̂t-jā̂ f. (1)
Meaning: woman, mother
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: mṓtē, gen. -ers, dial., alt -eres `Frau, Weib, Ehefrau, dial. Mutter', mṓteri, gen. -ies, pl. gen. mṓterų̄ `Frau'; pãmōtē `Stiefmutter'; mṓčia 'Mutter' {Lyberis: mṓtē (1) 'жена; мать'; mṓter-is [-ies (s), -ų] (1) 'женщина'; mṓtina (1) 'мать' - В. Ч.}
Lettish: mãte `Mutter; ehrende Bezeichnung für ältere Frau; Weibche bei manchern Tieren; eine Gottheit (in heidnischer Zeit)', pamãte `Stiefmutter'
Old Prussian: mūti Ench. 43:32, muti Grunau 69, mothe V. 170 `Mutter', pomatre `Stiefmutter' V. 180;
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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