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Proto-Baltic: *kal̃-b-ā̂ f., *kal̃-b-ē̂- vb., *kal̃-b- vb. intr., *kal̃-b-u- sdj., *kal̃-b-es-ia- c.; *kal-jō̂- vb., *kal̂-b-in-ā̂- vb., *kel-s=; *kañkal-a- c., *skal-ja- adj.
Meaning: speak, shout
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: kalbà `Sprache, Rede', kalbḗti 'sprechen, reden', caus. kálbinti; kal̃bti (-sta) 'zu reden anfangen, das Wort ergreifen', kalbù- 'redselig, gesprächig'; kalbesī̃s-s/kal̃besi-s 'Gespräch, Unterhaltung'; kañkala-s, kankuolī̃-s 'Klöpfel (einer Glocke), Glocke, Schelle, Klingel', pl. kankalaĩ 'Hoden'; skãlīti (-ija, -ijō) `(von Jagdhunden) jagend bellen, in einem fort bellen, heulen, kläffen, wimmern', dial. skãlinti (tr., intr.)
Lettish: kal̨uôt 'schwatzen', kal̃binât, kalbît (-ĩju) `schwatzen, reden', kalbêt 'laut lesen (von Schülern)' || skal̨š `helltönend, laut, deutlich hörbar; klar (von der Luft), der Schall weit tragend'
Old Prussian: kaltzā, kelsāi `lauten' Ench. 49, 31; 41, 11
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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