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Proto-Baltic: *pē̂d-ā̂ (2) f., pē̂d-a- (2) c., *pēd-jā̂ f., *pē̂d-iā̃ f., *pad-a- c., *pad-ja- c.
Meaning: foot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pēdà, dial. pēda-s `Fuss, Fusssohle, -spur; Fuss als Längenmass, Fussbreit', pēdžià `Gabelholz, gabelförmige Stütze bzw. Krücke, Stelze, kleines Gestell, kleiner Ständer', pḗdžia `gabelförmige Stütze bzw. Krücke, Stelze', pl. pḗdžiōs `Gestell, Ständer', pḗdē, pēdē̃ `= pēdžià; Sandale, Schnürsohle, Achsnagel, Lünse'; pãda-s `Fuss-, Schuhsole, Schienenfuss, Dreschboden, Dreschtenne, Ofen, Herd'; pãdžiai Untergestell einer Tonne, lengva-pėdis leisfüssig'
Lettish: pę̂da `Fusssohle; Fussstapfe, Spur; Fuss, Schuh als Längenmass', pę̂ds `Fussstapfe, Spur', adv. pêdis `hinterher, nachher'; pads `Estrich'
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