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Proto-Baltic: *pat-i- m., *pat-ī f., *pat-jā f.
Meaning: master; self
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pát-s, älter patìs [старая консонантная основа] `selbst; Gatte, Gemahl', fem. pati, älter vieš-patni; viẽš-pats `(Gott) der Herr; (souveräner) Herr, Herrscher'; pàts 'selbst'
Lettish: pats `selbst; Ehemann, Gatte, Wirt, Herr', fem. pati, pate, paša 'Gattin, Wirtin, Herrin'
Old Prussian: pattiniskun `Ehe' Kat. 5:14
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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