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Proto-IE: *gʷerǝ-, *gʷrā-
Meaning: to praise
Tokharian: A krant-, kränt-, B krent-, kartse 'good, beautiful' (Adams 145 f)
Old Indian: gr̥ṇā́ti, járate `to call out, invoke, praise', saṃ-girate `to acknowledge, praise', ptc. gūrtá-; gī́r f., gen. gíraḥ `invocation, praise'; gūrtí- f. `approval, praise'; jū́rṇi- `invoking', jarā́ f. `invocation, praise', jaritár- m. `invoker, praiser'
Avestan: aibi-gǝrǝnte `preisen, lobend einstimmen', gen. garo f. `Lob, Preis; Loblied', garah- n. `Lob, Preislied', aibi-ǰarotay- `Preisgang', aibi-ǰarǝtar- `Lobpreiser'
Slavic: *žь̃rǭ, *žь́rtī; *žь́rtъvā
Baltic: *gir̂- (1) vb. tr., *ger-a- adj., *gē̃r-ia= c.
Latin: grātēs pl. `Dank', grātia f. `Beliebtheit, Gunst; Dank, Erkenntlichkeit; Anmut, Lieblichkeit'; grātus, -a `gefällig, anmutig; dankbar', grātuītus, -a `unentgeltlich, umsonst'
Other Italic: Osk brateis `grātiae', bratōm `mūnus'; Paelign, Vestin bratom `mūnus'
Russ. meaning: хвалить, восхвалять
References: WP I 686 f
Comments: Cf. *gara- / *gere- 1676: if not for the Osk. form the roots are indistinguishable.
piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,piet-comment,

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