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Proto-IE: *bherǝ-
Meaning: to give birth
Other Iranian: NPers bar `Frucht'
Armenian: ber `Frucht, Fruchtbarkeit'
Old Greek: phérma n. `Feld-, Leibesfrucht'
Slavic: *bermę̄, *bermenьnā(jā)
Baltic: *ber-n-a- c. (Lith AC / Lett CIRC)
Germanic: *bir-a- vb., *bar-n-a- n., *bur-d-í-(/*búr-ɵ-i-) c., *bur-[ɵ]-a- m., *bar-m-a- m., -i- c.; *bur-i c.~n.
Latin: fertilis, -e `fruchtbar'; Flōri-fertum `Fest der Flora', ferāx, -ācis `fruchtbar'
Other Italic: Paelign fertlid `fertiliter ?'
Celtic: OIr breth, brith, breith `das Gebären', MIr bert `Geburt', Corn a brys benen `fromb the womb of woman'
Albanian: bir Sohn, bijε, griech. cal. bil'ε Tochter burε Mann
Russ. meaning: рож(д)ать
References: WP II 153 f
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