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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *ṗarV
Meaning: beam
Indo-European: *perg-
Altaic: *p`árà (cf. also *p`ărV thill)
Dravidian: *pāṛ- ? (cf. also *pār- spade)
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *perg-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: board, beam
Slavic: *pórgъ `Schwelle; Diele, Bank'
Baltic: *per̂g-a-/*per̃g-a- c.
Germanic: *firk-al-a- m., *furk-a- m.
Latin: pergula f. `Vorbau an einem Hause, einer Mauer; Bude, Laden; Malerwerkstätte; Weingelände; Hütte; Bordell; Dach-, Mansardenzimmer'
Russ. meaning: доска, бревно
References: WP II 48
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: поро́г,
Near etymology: род. п. -о́га, укр. порíг, род. п. поро́гу, др.-русск. порогъ, ст.-слав. прагъ φλιά (Супр., Клоц.), болг. пра́г(ът), сербохорв. пра̏г, словен. pràg, род. п. prága, чеш. práh, слвц. рrаh, польск. próg, род. п. progu, в.-луж. рrоh, н.-луж. рrоg, полаб. роrg.
Further etymology: Родственно лит. pérgas "рыбачий челн", др.-исл. forkr "дубина", др.-сакс. ferkal "задвижка, засов", лат. pergula "пристройка при доме, выступ в стене, виноградник, хижина, чердак", возм., и арм. harkanem "бью" (Траутман, РВВ 32, 151 и сл.; Петерссон, РВВ 33, 191 и сл.; IF 23, 399 и сл.; Перссон 475; Вальде--Гофм. 2, 288). Менее убедительно сближение с греч. σπέρχω "тесню, спешу", σπέρχομαι "тороплюсь", которое относят к др.-инд. sрr̥hауаti "усердß ствует, жаждет", авест. ā-spǝrǝzatā "он стремился", д.-в.-н. springan "прыгать", вопреки Цупице (KZ 36, 65); см. Гофман, Gr. Wb. 328. Гадательно предположение о расширении с помощью -g- и сближение с греч. πόρος "проход" (Террас, ZfslPh 19, 123). Невероятно родство с перегиня (см.) или чеш. Рrаhа "Прага", польск. местн. н. Рrаgа, которые удачнее относят к цслав. пражити "жечь, поджаривать" (Бодуэн де Куртене, против Преобр. II, 107; Миккола, Ursl. Gr. 3, 38).
Pages: 3,329-330
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *per̂g-a-/*per̃g-a- c.
Meaning: dug-out
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: pérga-s, per̃ga-s `Einbaum, Nachen, aus einem ausgehöhlten Baumstamm hergestellter Fischerkahn'
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *firkala-z, *furka-z
Meaning: stake, stick
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: fork-r m. `mit Eisen beschlagene Stange zum Abstossen eines Schiffes'
Norwegian: dial. fork `Stock, Knüppel'
Swedish: dial. fork `Tragstange'
Old English: { pl. forclas `Riegel' }
Old Saxon: fercal `Riegel, Verschluss'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 1492
Root: perg-1
English meaning: pole; trunk
German meaning: `Stange, Stamm'
General comments: (ursprüngl. `abgehauener Stamm?')
Material: Aisl. forkr m. `Stange, Stock'; (ags. feorcol, as. fercal `Riegel, Verschluß' aus lat.veruculum);

    lit. pérgas `Fischerkahn' (*Einbaum);

    aksl. pragъ `Schwelle', porógъ ds., poln. próg `Schwelle, Haus, Wohnung', progi Pl. `Dielen, Bänke';

    vielleicht hierher lat. pergula `Vorsprung, Vorbau an einem Hause; Vorraum, Weinlaube' als Demin. eines *pergā `Gebälk'.

References: WP. II 48, WH. II 288; vgl. oben S. 819 Mitte (per-3, per-g- ).
Pages: 819-820
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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *p`árà
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: cross-beam, constructing piece
Russian meaning: балка, строительный элемент
Turkic: *ara-n
Mongolian: *(h)aran-ga
Tungus-Manchu: *para(n)
Japanese: *párì
Comments: Lee 1958, 109 compares the TM forms also with Kor. dial. paradi, paraǯi 'a window in the wall'.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *ara-n
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 shed 2 stable 3 fold 4 store-room
Russian meaning: 1 хлев 2 скотный двор 3 загон 4 кладовая, лабаз
Karakhanid: aran 1 (MK)
Tatar: aran 1
Middle Turkic: aran 1 (Sangl.)
Turkmen: aram (dial.) 3
Yakut: araŋas (< *aran-gač, Dimin.) 4, dial. arān 'место, на котором стоит чум, палатка'
Dolgan: araŋas 4
Kazakh: aran 3
Noghai: aran 3
Bashkir: aran 1
Karaim: aran 3
Kumyk: aran 1
Comments: VEWT 23, 66, EDT 232, Лексика 523-524. Turk. > Russ. Siber. arán (Аникин 92). Yak. > Evk. araŋas > Russ. Siber. arangas (Аникин 93). Despite Stachowski 36, the Yak. and Dolg. word is not borrowed < Mong. araŋga - which could not explain the derivation suffix - but is rather a productive derivative from the common Turkic root, with a meaning variant "auxiliary building".
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *(h)aran-ga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: balcony, verandah, platform, shed
Russian meaning: балкон, веранда, платформа, сарай
Written Mongolian: araŋɣa (L 49)
Khalkha: araŋga
Buriat: araŋga
Kalmuck: arŋga
Comments: KW 14. Bur. > Russ. Siber. aranga (Аникин 93).
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *para(n)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 place for the hut, floor 2 perch 3 lattice(d)
Russian meaning: 1 площадка для чума, пол 2 насест 3 решетчатый
Evenki: haran 1
Even: harān 1
Negidal: hajān 1
Literary Manchu: fargi ~ farki 2, faraŋga 3
Comments: ТМС 2, 299, 317. Evk. > Dolg. haran (see Stachowski 97).
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Japanese etymology :

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Proto-Japanese: *párì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cross-beam
Russian meaning: балка
Middle Japanese: fárì
Tokyo: harí
Kyoto: hárì
Kagoshima: harí
Comments: JLTT 399. The Kagoshima accent is irregular (*hári would be expected).
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *pāẓ-
Meaning : a k. of sacral building and nearby territory
Proto-South Dravidian: *pāẓ-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *pāẓ-
Meaning : temple; sacred field
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : pāẓi
Tamil meaning : temple; town, city, town of an agricultural tract, hermitage
Tamil derivates : pāṇi town, village, district; ? paẓan_am paddy field, agricultural land, tank
Kannada : hā́i
Kannada meaning : (Badaga) field near village (Emeneau, Language 15.45)
Proto-Nilgiri : *vāṛ
Notes : Unclear v- in Kota. Contamination?
Number in DED : 4112
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Nilgiri etymology :

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Proto-Nilgiri : *vāṛ
Meaning : dairy
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : ēr iṭ vāy "fields near village which are ploughed in the sowing ceremony (lit. field to which they put the team of plough bullocks)"
Toda : pōw "one variety of dairy (viz. all those belonging to the tī grade, the conical dairies, and a few others of high sanctity)"
Additional forms : Also Kota vāyv Toda tī dairy; karpōy pen and cowshed attached (i. e. milking place; see 1385; is the second member pōy or ōy?); Toda poɫ̣ ōɫ̣ the priest of the tī dairy (i. e. the man [ōɫ̣] of the pōw); -aɫ̣f an element in many dairy names (e. g. mōs_aɫ̣f, beside the pen mōt_wɨ̄ < mōs_ + twɨ̄); ? pōš, in: pōš tüṇy garment of priest of tī dairy, when worn around waist, and pōš tūṭ front lock of hair as tied up by priest of tī dairy (MBE 1974b, pp. 13f.); ōy field nearest Badaga village, garden (< Badaga hā́i)
Number in DED : 4112
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