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Proto-IE: *derǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to tear, to tear apart
Tokharian: A, B tsär- 'to be separated, apart; separate' (Adams 736), B tsrerme 'ditch' (744)
Old Indian: dr̥ṇāti, dárṣi, adar, dart, pf. dadāra, ptc. dīrṇa-, caus. dārayati, darayati `to burst, break asunder, split open'; dŕ̥ti- m. `skin of leather, leather bag for holding water and other fluids', darmá-, darmán- m. `demolisher'; darīman- `destruction', dāraka- `breaking, tearing'
Avestan: darǝdar- `spalten'; inf. dǝrǝnąm, iter. dāraya-, ptc. dǝrǝta-
Armenian: terrem `häute ab, schinde, mache schwielig'
Old Greek: dérō, déi̯rō, aor. dẹ̄̂rai̯, pass. edárēn, édarthēn, pf. m.-p. dédarmai̯, va. drató-, dartó- `abhäuten, schinden'; doró-s m. `lederner Schlauch, Sack'; Schlauch', dérri-s f. `Haut', insbes. als term. techn. für die zu Schirmen und Vorhängen bei Belagerungsarbeiten verwendeten Fell; dársi-s (Gal.) `das Abhäuten'; dértro-n n. `Netzhaut, Darmfell'; déros n. `Fell', déras n., dérma n., dorǟ́ f. `(abgezogene) Haut, Fell, Leder', delph. darma `id.'; dártǟ-s m. `Schinder' (Gloss.)
Slavic: *dьrā́tī, *dèrǭ; *dértī, *dь̀rǭ; *dьrtь; *dьrnъ, *dьrno; *dorъ
Baltic: *dir̃- (*der-a-), *dar-a- c., -ā̂ f., *dī̃r-ā̂- vb.
Germanic: *tir-a- vb., *tur-n-a- vb., *tir-ō- vb., ? *tur-n=
Celtic: Corn darn `Stück, Teil', Bret darn `Stück, Teil'
Russ. meaning: обдирать, раздирать
References: WP I 797 f
Comments: 2 roots? (seṭ and anit)
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,piet-comment,

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