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Proto-IE: *dherg'h-
Meaning: to strengthen, to become hard
Old Indian: dr̥hyati `to be strong', ptc. drḍhá- `fixed, firm'; drahyát `firmly, strongly'
Avestan: darǝzayeiti `bindet fest, fesselt'; darǝza- `fest'
Baltic: Lith dir̃ža-s `Riemen', dir̃žti (-žta, -žō) 'zäh, hart, unzerbrechlich werden', Lett dir̂ža '(lederner) Gürtel, Riemen', derža 'Frondienst, schwere Arbeit, Fronarbeit, Standhafter, Peitsche, Schürzenband'; OPrus dīrstlan `stattlich' Ench. 73, 10
Russ. meaning: укреплять(ся), твердеть
References: WP I 856 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-balt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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