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Proto-Baltic: *kaûš-a- (2) c., *kaũš- vb. tr., *kauš-ia- (2) c., *keûš-ia- c., -iā̃ f.
Meaning: skull, vessel
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: káuša-s `Hirnschädel, Schöpflöffel, Muschelschale, Schneckenhäuschen', kaũšti `aushöhlen, kiáuša-s, kiáušē `Hirnschädel', pakáušis, gen. -iō `(Hinter)kopf, Schädel'; kiaũši-s `Ei'
Lettish: kaûss (/ kàuss2 Mar. n. RKr. XVII, 104) `Schädel, Hirnschale; grösseres Gefäss, Trinkgefäss; Schale, Napf, Becken; Kochlöffel, Löffel', pakaûsis (/ pakàusis2 Heidenfeld), pakause `Nacken, Genick; Schädel'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,

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