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Proto-Baltic: *kram̂- (2): *kram̃-t-a- c., *kram-t-i- c.
Meaning: rim
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: krañta-s `(steil abfallendes) Ufer, Küste, steilabfallender Rand, Böschung', kránta 'Ufer, Rand, Gesims', kránti-s (gen. -ies) 'Grenze, Markstein, Rippe, scharfer Winkel, Kante'
Comments: Kuron. > Lett krañts, -e 'Ufer, Rand'
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