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Proto-Baltic: *klā̂- (2) vb., *klā-j-ā̂ f., *klā̃-t-a- (1) c., *klā̃-t-iā̃ (1) f., *klā̃-d-a- c., *klā̂-s-t-a- (1) c.; *klō̂-n-a- (1), -ia- (1) c.; ? *kla-ĩ-m-a- c.
Meaning: stretch, cover
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: klṓti `hinbreiten, ausbreiten, überdecken, den Weg bahnen, ebnen', klōjà 'Flachsspreite, Bleichplatz', klō̃ta-s 'Bohlenbelag, Holzdiele', klōstì-s 'Dachlatte', klṓsta-s 'Fussmatte, Streu', pl. klōstaĩ 'Hürden (zum Zudecken des eingeweichten Flachses)', klō̃tē 'Schicht, Lage, Bettdecke'; klō̃da-s 'Schicht, Lage, Flöz'; klúona-s 'Tenne, Getreidedarre, Scheune, um die Scheune herumgelegene, eingezäunte Wiese', klaĩma-s 'Dreschtenne'
Lettish: klât (klâju) 'hinbreiten, decken; hauen; ergehen'; kluõns, kluõnis 'Estrich aus Lehm oder Ziegeln; Tenne'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,

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