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Proto-IE: *bhrā-t-er-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: brother
Tokharian: A pracar, B procer 'brother' (Adams 421)
Old Indian: bhrā́tar- m. `brother'; bhrātrá- n. `brotherhood', bhrātrya- n. id.
Avestan: brātar-
Other Iranian: OPers brātar- 'brother'
Armenian: eɫbair, gen. eɫbaur `brother'
Old Greek: ion. {phrḗtōr (inschr.) `Bruder' - nowhere found!}, phrḗtēr = adelphós Hsch.; phrǟ́tēr, -eros m. (Dor. phrātḗr Hdn. Gr.), phrǟ́tōr, -oros m. `Mitglied einer Phratrie', phrǟ́trǟ f. 'tribe, clan; political subdivision of the phülḗ'
Slavic: *brātrъ, *brātъ, *brāt(r)ьjā
Baltic: *brā̂tē̃ (-er-es) (1), *brāt-ia-s m., *brāt-iā̃ f., *brā̂-l-ia-s (1) m.
Germanic: *brṓɵēr
Latin: frāter, -tris m. `Brudedr', pl. `Geschwister'
Other Italic: Osk fratrúm `fratrum'; Umbr fratrum, fratrom `id.', frater `frātrēs', fratrex, fretrexs `*frātricus, Haupt der frātrēs'
Celtic: OIr brāthir; Cymr brawd, pl. brodyr, OCorn broder, MBret breuzr, NBret breur, pl. breudeur
Albanian: vɫa Bruder
Russ. meaning: брат
References: WP II 193 f
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