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Proto-Baltic: *wel̂- (2) (inf. *wel̂-teî 1) vb. tr., *wel̂-t-uw-a- c., -iā̃ f.; *wō̂l-ā̂ (1) f., *wō̂l-a- (2) adj., *wō̂l-a- (2) c.; *wāl-iā̃ f.
Meaning: twist, drag along
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: vélti (vẽlia, vḗlē) 'walken, wälzen, schlagen; krempeln, (Haare, Fäden usw. ineinander) verwirren; Verwirrung stiften, usw.', veltùva-s 'Walke, Wollkratze', veltuvē̃ 'Walkmühle, -werk, Krempelmaschine'; uolà, úola 'Fels, Wetzstein'; vōlē̃ 'Hahn am Fass, Spund; Wuhne; ausgehauenes Loch im Eis; Zapfen';
Lettish: uõla 'kleiner, runder Stein; Kiesel; Fels', uõla, ùole2 'Ei'; uôls2 'rund'; uôls2 'Kieselstein'; vel̂t (/ vel̃t Orellen, Ruj.) (vel̨u, vēlu) `wälzen; walken; schlagen'
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