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Proto-IE: *pue-r/n-, *pwō- <PIH *-Hʷ->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: fire
Hittite: pahhur (Friedrich 154)
Tokharian: A por, B pūwar 'fire' (PT *puwār) (Adams 392)
Armenian: hur, gen. hroy `Feuer'; hnoch `Ofen'
Old Greek: pǖ̂r, gen. pürós n.; pü̆ǖ̆r by "distraction" Simon. 599 codd. Hdn.Gr. `Feuer' (the quoted often form pǘir "exist" as a bookish phantasy only!!!), pl. pürá n. `Wachtfeuer'; pürǟ́ `Feuerstätte, Scheiterhaufen', püretó-s m. `brennende Hitze, Fieber'
Slavic: *pɨ̄rь, *pɨ̄rīnā: Czech pyř glühende Asche, Slovak pyrina, Pol pyrzyna ds.
Baltic: *pan-ā̂ f.
Germanic: *fō-n (*fu-n-), *fu-n-an- m.; *fū-r-a- m., *fui-r-a- m., *fū-r-ia- n. (~ -iu-)
Other Italic: Umbr pir 'Feuer', acc. purom-e 'ins Feuer'; Osk aasaí purasiaí 'in ara igniaria'
Russ. meaning: огонь
References: WP II 14 b
Comments: Ir ūr `Feuer' n'existe point!!!
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