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Proto-Baltic: *mir̃- (mir̂-št-a-) vb. intr., *mer̂d-ē̂- (1?) vb. caus., *mer-ē̂- vb., *mer-ia- c.; *mir̃-t-i- (*1) c.
Meaning: die
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: mir̃ti-s (gen. mir̃ties/mirtiẽs) (Daukša) 'Tod'
Lithuanian: mir̃ti (mìršta, mìrē) `sterben', caus. marìnti; mérdēti 'im Sterben liegen, mit dem Tode ringen, darniederleigen'; merḗti 'verhungern'; mirtì-s, , mãra-s `Pest, Seuche'
Lettish: mir̃t (liter. usw.), mìrt (C., Peb., Arrasch) (mir̃stu, miru) 'sterben'; mir̃te 'Tod'; mèris 'Pest, Seuche'
Comments: Jatv. mard 'Mensch'.
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