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Proto-IE: *per-
Meaning: prep./adv.: around
Hittite: para 'vorwärts, hervor, hinaus' (Friedrich 159), piran 'vorn, voran' (170)
Tokharian: A ana-pär, B ene-pre (PT *ene-pre) 'before, in front of' (Adams 84); A pärne, B parna 'outside' (PT *päränā-i) (359); A pärwat, B parwe 'earlier, first' (PT *pärwe) (360)
Old Indian: pári adv. 'round, around', pári prp. 'around smth., over smth.'
Avestan: pairi prp. 'um-herum'
Other Iranian: OPers pariy prp. 'um-herum'
Old Greek: péri, perí, dial. pér adv. 'um herum, durch und durch', prf. 'über etwas hinaus, über, vorüber, herum, -um', vor Adj. 'sehr, überaus', prp. 'um--herum, in etwas umher, um (dē); um--herum, um (wegen); 'um (den Bereich einer Sache) herum; um (= in betreff), wegen'
Slavic: *per, *per-
Baltic: *per̂-, *par̂-
Germanic: *furi, *fura; *fir-
References: WP II 29 ff
Comments: + *pres, *pros, *pr̥-, *p(e)ra, *prō̆, *proti, *pru, *porsō(d)
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