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Proto-Baltic: *meig- vb. intr., *mig- vb. intr., *meig-ā̂- vb., *meĩg-a- c., *maig-ā̂ f., maîg-ō̂- (1) vb.
Meaning: fall asleep
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: miegti 3 sg.
Lithuanian: mìgti (miñga, mìgō) `einschlafen', ãtmiga-s `Nachschlaf', miegṓti, (miẽga) `schlafen', miẽga-s `Schlaf'
Lettish: mìegs `Schlaf', maĩguôt 'schlummern, schläfrig nicken', migt (mìegu, migu / tr. midzu) intr., tr. 'einschlafen'
Old Prussian: maiggun acc. Ench. 63,20 `Schlaf', enmigguns Ench. 53, 7 `geschlafen', ismigē Ench. 63,21 `entschlief', meicte Grunau 59 'schlafen'
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