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Proto-Baltic: *wē̂-j-a- (1) c., *wē-j-aw-ā̂ (1) f., *wē̂s- (-ja-) (2) vb. tr., *wē̂-s-a- (1) adj.
Meaning: blow; wind
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: vḗja-s `Wind', vēdìndi 'lüften, kühlen, der Luft aussetzen', vē̃liava 'Flagge, Wimpel, Fahne', vḗsti (-sta, -sō) 'sich abkühlen, kühl oder lüftig werden, vēsìnti 'kühlen, lüften, sich abkühlen lassen', vēsù- 'kühl, luftig', ostaukšt. vḗsu- 'dass.'
Lettish: vẽjš 'Wind', pl. vẽjavas 'windiges Wetter; Windmühle'; vę̃luogs, vę̄rluogs, vēluoks, vāluogs 'Wind-, Wetterfahne; Segel', vêst (-šu, -su) 'schwer atmen'; vę̃ss 'kühl, frisch'
Old Prussian: wins `lucht, weer'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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