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Proto-Baltic: *skrāb-l-a-, *skrābl-ju-, *skrāb-l-u- c. etc.
Meaning: beech
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: skrō̃bla-s, skrṓbla-s, skrobliù-s (Hage)-buche, Weissbuche', { dial. skrōblù-s, skrōblà `Hainbuche' };
Lettish: skābardis, skābards, skābardis, skābarde, skãbârzde2, skabarde (pl. g. skabardžu) 'Rotbuche (Fagus silvatica L.)', skabarda, skabard(i)ene 'Ulme, Rüster', skābars 'Bushsbaum'
Old Prussian: scoberwis (übrl. stoberwis) `Hainbuche', { wosi-grabis `Spindelbaum (бересклет)' }
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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