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Proto-Baltic: *walk-ā̂ f., *walk-a- adj., *walk-a- c.; *wal̂g-a-, -n-a- (2) adj., *welg- vb. tr., *walg-, *wil̂g- (2) vb. intr., *wal̂g-ī̂- vb.
Meaning: wet, moist; pool, puddle
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: valkà `Pfütze, Lache' || vìlgīti `an-, befeuchten, nass machen', vìlgti `feucht, nass werden'; válgīti 'essen'
Lettish: valks `feucht', val̂kums2 'feuchte Stelle; Feuchtigkeit'; val̂ks2, val̂ka2 `fliessendes Wässerchen, Waldbächlein, (Regen)bach; feuchter Ort' || val̂g-s 'feucht', val̂gn-s, vàlgns `feucht, betaut', val̂gt, vàlgt (-gstu, -gu) `feucht werden'; vil̂gt (-gstu, -gu) `feucht werden'; vęl̂gs 'feucht'; vel̂gt (-dzu) `waschen; einweichen, feucht machen'
Old Prussian: welgen `Schnupfen' V. 157
Comments: Cf. Jatv. fala 'meat' (?).
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