just out of curiosity: You said that "i" and "y" are treated the same. Would it still be right if you swap "ia" and "ya" in that list?
I'm not Lithuanian - i just studied it a little in the University. From what i've seen in dictionaries and grammar books, when the letter following I/Y is the same, I comes before Y.
Does the Unix utility sort(1) behave correctly?
I tried running this:
[root@sugarcube loc]# LC_COLLATE="lt_LT"
[root@sugarcube loc]# export LC_COLLATE
[root@sugarcube loc]# locale
[root@sugarcube loc]# cat ia.txt
[root@sugarcube loc]# sort ia.txt
Looks like sort(1) did something, but not what i expected. I am not sure that i changed the locale correctly - i am not a Unix export. Any help will be appreciated.