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Proto-IE: *dhwor- (/*dwor-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: door, gate, court
Hittite: ? an-dur-za (adv.) 'darin' < *'indoors' (Tischler 37-38)
Tokharian: B twere 'door' (Adams 323)
Old Indian: dvār f., acc. duráḥ, dúraḥ, du. dvārā(u); dvā́ra- n. `door'
Avestan: acc. dvarǝm, loc. dvarǝ 'Tor; Hof'
Other Iranian: OPers duvarayā 'am Hofe ? am Tore ?'
Armenian: pl. durkh, acc. a-durs `Tür', i durs `hinaus, draussen'; durrn, gen. dran `Tür, Tor, Hof; drand `Türpfosten, Türschwelle'
Old Greek: thǘrǟ f. `Tür, Torflügel', pl. `Tür(e), Tor', thǘretron Türchen, pl. thǘretra `Türfutter, Tür', thürṓn, -ō̂nos m. `Vorhalle, Vorraum'
Slavic: *dvьrь, pl. *dvьrī
Baltic: *dwar-[a-]s m., *dur-i-s f., *dur̃-w-i- c.
Germanic: *dur-i- f., *dur-u- c., *dur-a- n.
Latin: foris, -is f., pl. forēs, -ium f. `Tür'; forās `hinaus', forīs `draussen, ausserhalb', forum, -ī n. `Vorhof des Grabes (umzäunter Grabbezirk); Marktplatz, Marktflecken, Gerichtstag'
Other Italic: Umbr. furo, furu `forum'
Celtic: Gaul doro `ostium', duros, duron m., n. `ostium'; OIr dorus n., in-dorus `vor Tür', dor m. `ostium'; Cymr dor f. `Tür', drws `Tür'
Albanian: derε f. Tür
Russ. meaning: дверь, ворота; двор
References: WP I 870 f, II 160
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