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Proto-IE: *dhers-
Meaning: to be adroit, daring
Old Indian: dhrṣnóti, dhárṣati `to be bold, courageous, dare', ptc. dhrṣṭá-, drṣita-; dhr̥ṣu- `clever', dhrṣṇú- `bold, courageous, violent', dharṣaṇa- `offending, hurting, assaulting', n. `assault, offence'
Avestan: daršam adv. `heftig, sehr', darši-, darsyu- `kühn, stark (vom Wind)', daršita- `kühn'
Other Iranian: OPers adaršnauš `er wagte'
Old Greek: thrasǘ- `dreist, kühn, verwegen', aeol. adv. throséōs; thársos, att. thárros n. `Zuversicht, Mut, Kühnheit, Frechheit', aeol. thérsos n. `id.'
Slavic: *dьrzъ(jь), *dьrzъkъ(jь), *dьrzī́tī
Baltic: *driñs- (*dreñs-a-) vb., *drañs-ā̂ f., *drañs-u- adj.; *dir[s]-a- adj.
Germanic: *dars=, *durs-a- vb., *durs-t-i-
Russ. meaning: быть ловким, дерзким
References: WP I 864 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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