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Proto-IE: *bhergh-, *bherg'h-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: mountain; tall
Hittite: parku- 'hoch', parganu- (I) 'hoch machen', pargatar n. (r/n) 'Höhe', parkija-, park- (I) 'sich erheben' (Friedrich 160-161)
Tokharian: A, B pärk- (PT *pärk-) 'arise, rise, come up'; A pärkär, B pärkare (PT *pärk(ä)re) 'long' (Adams 372 f)
Old Indian: imp. 2 sg. barhaya `auge!'; br̥hánt- `high, tall, great, large'
Avestan: bǝrǝz- `Höhe, Berg', barǝzan- m., barǝzah- n. `Höhe', barǝšnu- m. `Erhebung, Höhe, Himmel, Kopf'; bǝrǝzant-, bǝrǝzi-, bǝrǝz- `hoch'; barǝzayeni `ich will aufwachsen lassen', barzyah- `höher'
Other Iranian: NPers burz `Höhe, Berg'; bālā (*barzaka-) `Höhe', NPers buland `hoch'
Armenian: erkna-, lerna-berʒ `himmel-, berghoch'
Slavic: *bergъ
Germanic: *birg-a- n.; *burg-ō f.,, *birg-ax-a- adj.
Celtic: Gaul Bergusia; Admageto-briga, Litano-briga u. a. ON, Arebrigium ON, Brigiani (Alpenvolk); Brigantes VN, Brigantia ON `Bregenz', Name einer weibl. Gottheit; *bregh=: OIr brī, acc. brig `Hügel', Cymr bre f. `Hügel', Corn bre f. Hügel', Bret bre f. `Hügel'; Cymr bera `Haufe', OCorn, Bret bertn `id.'
Russ. meaning: гора; высокий
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-arm,piet-slav,piet-germ,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,

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