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Proto-IE: *bhars-, *bharst-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: prickle, thorn, scale
Old Indian: bhrṣtí- f. `spike, point, top, corner, edge'
Slavic: *bъrščь (разные колючки)
Germanic: *barz-á- n., bárs=, *burz=́, *burs-t-ō f., *burs-t-i- c., *burs-t-a- n., m.
Latin: fastīgium, -ī n. `Spitze, Steigung, Abstufung; Gipfel, Giebel; Höhe, Niveau; Abdachung, Senkung'; fastīgāre `zuspitzen'; fastus, -ūs `Stolz, stolzes Gehaben, Hochmut, abweisendes Benehmen'
Celtic: *barso-s > OIr barr `Spitze, Gipfel; Speer, Lanze; Laub, Haar, Büschel', [ MIr borr gross, stolz ]; Cymr bar `Spitze, Gipfel', Corn bar `Scheitel', [ borr pinguis ], OBret Cuno-barrus, Vendu-barri, Bret barr `Gipfel; Zweig'
Russ. meaning: колючка, чешуйка
References: WP II 131 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-slav,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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