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Additional resources for Accented Lithuanian texts: With vocabulary
Aibas (4) hias, —à (4) green. — — — 1ightniri. — 6nês p1. (3; for sing. see ogs) m. people. visi mónês all people, everybody. ödis, —dio (2) word. odi in one word, briefly. vè di promised. — ème (2) earth, ground, land. — ibêti (Iba,—jo,—es) shine. das (2) — — — — gleam, uvIs, —is (4; gen. p1. uv) fish. Jew. — iem (4) winter. the winter. — Uas, —ã (4) — fèm — vaidê (4) in vké (2) gray (said of hair). Iiti (1a or uista, 1io,I1s) (turn) gray. 1stanEius graying. — vèriena (1) star. candle. — game.
Gs) come to an end. — Iastebêti. (pastebi ,—béjo,—bès) notice; remark. asi baisti (baüdi a, pasI baudé, show the intention (to —baas) do something). pastirti (—stra,—stiro,—stifs) turn stiff. — pasibraflkti (—ki, pasIbrauké,—ks) to (put in onets) pocket. asidèti (pasideda, déjo, ds) lay out before oneself. ina, —mo, —ins) reet. — paêrti (peria,paèrè,—es) feed. — pasidiati (—gia,pasIdiauge,—gs) kuô be joyful (nappy) about, enjoy, derive pleasure fron seeihg (something). pavaists,—I. (4) — — active, ert.
Pakilti (pak’la,pakflo,pakiis) rise. nakiktai (2) — — pamrkti (—kia, —kè,—meks) wink. — harness. paJditl (pak1iuva,—klivo, —klis) come (get) somewhere by chance. öio (3) edge, on border. dangas pakrat’ the horizon. o,—) forget. — — part under the Dnagés (3) fingernails. — — panaia — pans, —i,—. (4) paiaik’fti. (—laTho, —laiké, —laiks) keep up, maintain. — oaliuti (—liuja, —lio’vé, —liàs) stop, discontinue. palióvé they stopped riding. vaiv — — — palinkimas (2) — pmaldos p1. (3) devotions. — — — naprasta — make usually.
Accented Lithuanian texts: With vocabulary by Alfred Senn