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Proto-IE: *bherǝg'-, *bhrāg'-
Meaning: birch
Old Indian: bhūrja-ḥ `a sp. of birch, the Bhoj tree, Betula Bhojpatra'; Dard Phalura brhuǯ, Dameli brū̃ṣ, Gawar-Bati bluz `birch'; Kafir Vaygali brūǯ id.
Other Iranian: Sak braṁj `birch', bruṁjǝ- `birch bark', Wakhan. furz, Sanglechi bǝrǝž, Shugn bǝruǯ `birch'; Osset bärz, bärzä 'id.'; Pashto barǯ `bast'; Tadj burz, burs `a k. of juniper'
Slavic: *bérzā A; *berzъ A (SH brèz, слвн. brẹ̀z); *berstā, *bersto `береста'; *berstъ `вяз, берест'
Baltic: *ber̂ǯ-a- (1) c., *ber̂ǯ-ā̂ (1) f., *berǯ-iā̃ (1) f., *bir̃ǯ-iā̃ f., *bir̃ǯ-ia- c., *bir̂ǯ-tw-ā̂ (1), *ber̃ǯ-l-ia-, *bir̃ǯ-l-ia- c.
Germanic: *birk-iō f.; *birk-ō f.
Latin: frāxinus, -ī f. `Bergesche, F. excelsior'; farnus, gen. -ī f. `ein Baum, wrsch. Esche'
Russ. meaning: дерево (береза)
References: WP II 170
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-iran,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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