LithuanianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Originally the past passive participle of dialectal girti (get drunk). Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *gʷr̥h₃-, *gʷerh₃-. Related to gerti (drink), gurklys (craw, throat); see for more.

AdjectiveEdit

gìrtas m (feminine girtà, neuter gìrta) stress pattern 3

  1. drunk (intoxicated by alcohol)
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Etymology 2Edit

ParticipleEdit

gìrtas m (feminine girtà, neuter gìrta)

  1. past passive dalyvis participle of girti.
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