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Proto-IE: *gʷher[e]-, *gʷhrē-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to heat, to burn
Old Indian: háras- n. `flame, fire', ghr̥ṇá- m. `heat, ardour, sunshine'; ghrṇóti, jigharti `to shine, burn', gharmá- m. `heat, warmth'; ghraṃs-, ghraṁsá- m. `sun's heat, sunshine, brightness'
Avestan: garǝma- `heiss', n. `Hitze, Glut'
Other Iranian: OPers garma-pada- Monatsname
Armenian: ǰer `Wärme, schönes Wetter; warm', ǰernum `wärme mich', ǰerm `warm'; ǰermn, gen. ǰerman `Fieber'
Old Greek: théromai̯, hom. aor. pass. conj. theréō `warm werden, sich wärmen', thérō `wärmen'; théros n. `Sommer; Ernte', thermó- `warm', théretro-n n. `Sommeraufenthalt'
Slavic: *grētī, *grējǭ; *grēna, -ъkъ; *gorḗti, *gorītь; *gorī́tī; *gъrnъ, *gъrno; *žerāvъ(jь); *žārъ; *gorjьkъ; *gārь
Baltic: *gar-a- c., *gar-ē̂- vb., *gār-iā̃, *gār-ē̂-, *gar̂-m-iā̃ (2) f., *gār-ā f.; *grē̂m= (1)
Germanic: *wir-m-ō(n)- f.; *war-m-a- adj.
Latin: formus, -a (nur Gramm.) `warm', formidus, -a Cato; fornāx (/ furnāx), -ācis f. `Ofen', fornus / furnus, -ī m. `Backofen'; fornix, -icis m. `Wölbung; Gewölbe (meis unterirdisch, Bordell); Bogen, Triumphbogen, Schwibbogen'
Celtic: *gor-, *gʷrtu-s, *gʷrens- etc. > OIr fogeir `erwärmt, erhitzt'; grīs `Feuer', grīsaid `feuert an, reizt an'; MIr grith `Sonne, Hitze'; gorim, guirim `erhitze, erwärme, brenne'; Ir gor `Hitze; Brüten; Eiter durch Entzündung hervorgeruggen'; Cymr gori `brüten', gor `Brut'; gwrēs `Hitze'; Bret
Albanian: zjarr `Feuer, Hitze', zjarm `Hitze', ngroh `wärme'
Russ. meaning: греть, гореть
References: WP I 687 f
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