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Proto-Baltic: *taũk-a-/*taûk-a- c., *tauk-iā̃ f., *tuk- vb. inch., *tū̂k- (2) vb. inch.
Meaning: fat
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: taukaĩ pl. `Fett, Schmer, Mark in den Knochen, Schmalz', dial. táuka-s `Fettstück', taũkē `gemeiner Beinwell, Wallwurz, Symphytum officinalis (окопник)'; tùkti (tuñka, tùkō) 'fatt werden (von Masttieren), fett, feist werden'
Lettish: tàuks `fett, feist', pl. tàuki `Fett, Talg'; tûska, tûskis, tū s[k]is, tûskus2 `Geschwulst'; tukt, prs. *tùku (tùku2,tûku2), tūkstu, prt. tuku 'fett werden, schwellen', tûkt (-kstu, -ku) 'ds.', taûkšêt, tàukšêt2, taûkšk̨êt, tàukšk̨et2, taûšk̨êt (-ẽju) 'Fett schmelzen, schmoren, (Erbsen) mit Butter oder Fett schmoren, rösten'
Old Prussian: taukis 'Schmalz' V. 378;
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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