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Proto-Baltic: *pū̂- (1) vb. intr., *pū̃-j-a- adj., *pū̂-l-ia- c., *peû-l-a-/*peũ-l-a- c., *puw-u- adj.
Meaning: rot
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pū́ti (pū̃va/pū̃na/pū́sta, pùva) `faulen, modern, verwesen, vereitern, verfallen, faul im Bett liegen', pū̃ja- 'verfault', pl. pū́liai `Eiter', piáula -s, piaũla-s 'verfaultes, morsches Holz', pū́tra 'etwas Angefaultes, körperlich verfallene Person', puvù- 'faulbar, verweslich'
Lettish: pũt (pũstu, puvu) 'faulen, modern; lange schlafen, faulenzen'; pũznis 'Fauliges, Eiterndes; Lagerstätte eines Tieres'
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