- Lithuanian: dievas dave dantis; dievas duos duonos
- Sanskrit: devas adat datas, devas dasyati dhanas
God gave us teeth, God will give us bread. (Not sure who found this Sanskrit proverb but shouldn't teeth be danta in Sanskrit too? Again, is it bread or grain?)
Perhaps their geographic isolation helped the Lithuanians retain their Sanskrit connection more than any other people.
1st --- as-mi --- 'I am'
2nd --- asi --- 'thou art'
3rd --- as-ti --- 'he, she, it is'
es-ù --- (older es-mi)
es-ì --- (<*es-si)
ẽs-ti ---'there is'
s-vah --- 'we two are'
s-thah ---'you two are'
s-tah --- 'they two are'
ẽs-ava ---(older es-va)
ẽs-ata --- (older es-ta)
s-mah 'we are' (more than two)
s-tha 'you are' (more than two)
s-anti 'they are' (more than two)
ẽs-ame --- (older es-me)
ẽs-ate --- (older es-te) ——————