The meaning of MariE psze-, MariW paze- hold, cling to comes very close to that of MdE pide-, MdM pida- stick to, cling to, adhere and Fi pita' 'hold; keep; like; (impers
.) be necessary, have to' (< PU *pita-), which gives reason to examine their possible etymological connection.
(f), (m), (n) or F, M, N stand for feminine, masculine, neuter gender respectively; S for subject, O for object; 1, 2, 3 for first, second and third person: sg for singular, pi for plural: con for construct case, inf for infinitive, neg for negative, dem for demonstrative (numbers 1-4 indicate degree in deixis), cop for copula, instr for instrumental, impf for imperfective, perf for perfect, poss for possessive, respro for resumptive pronoun, dur for durative, be for the root of `to be' (infl); impers
for a nonspecific third person human subject and agent, dep for a dependent clause marker, d1 for first degree deixis, etc., consec for consecutive.
The following abbreviations are used: Acc = accusative Ade = adessive Caus = causative Cl = class Com = comitative Cop = copula Dat = dative Dec = declarative Def = definite Dem = demonstrative Ess = essive Exi = existential Fem = feminine Gen = genitive Ill = illative Imperf = imperfect Impers
= impersonal Inf = infinitive Ins = instrumental Ind = indicative Indef = indefinite Loc = locative Masc = masculine Neg = negation Nom = nominative Obj = object Part = partitive Pass = passive Pl = plural Pos = possessive Pres = present Pret = preterite Psm = possessum Psr = possessor Ptc = participle Refl = reflexive Rel = relative Sg = singular