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Proto-IE: *(s)kʷera-
Meaning: wicked sorcery
Old Greek: téras, -aos, pl. -aa (-ā, -a) n. `Vorzeichen, Wahrzeichen, Wunder, Schreckbild, Ungeheuer'
Slavic: *čārā, *čārъ, *čārovātī
Baltic: *ker-ē̂-, *ker-a-
Germanic: *skár-s-a- n., *skár-s-iōn- f., *skúr-s-ia- n.
Latin: caragius, caragus, -ī m. `Zauberer'
Celtic: ? MIr torathar, pl. torathair `monstruos births'
Russ. meaning: злое колдовство
References: WP I 517 f
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