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Proto-IE: *aro- <PIH *H->
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to plough
Hittite: hars- (I) 'aufreissen, beackern' (Tischler 182-183, with doubts) ?
Tokharian: A, B āre `aratrum' (A < B) (Adams 49)
Armenian: *aratro-m > araur `Pflug'; *arāmōn > haravunkh `Ackerland'; varem `den Boden bebauen, besamen, ackern; führen, treiben'
Old Greek: aróō, aor. arósai̯, ft. herakl. arásanti `pflügen, ackern, pflanzen, bauen', arótǟ-s, arotḗr `Pflüger', árotro-n, kret. áratro-n `Pflug', ároto-s m. `das Pflügen, (gepflügtes) Land, Saatland, Saat(zeit), árōma `bebautes Land, Saatfeld', árosi-s `das Pflügen usw.'
Slavic: *òrjǭ, *orā́tī; *órdlo; *ortājь
Baltic: *ar̂- (2) vb. tr., *ar̂-tl-a- c.
Germanic: *ar-a-/*ar-ja- vb., *ar-ɵ-ō f., *ár-ɵl=, etc.
Latin: arō, -āvī, -āre `pflügen, ackern'
Celtic: MIr airim `pflüge'; Cymr arddu `pflügen', arddwr `Pflüger'; MIr arathar; Cymr aradr, Corn aradar, MBret aeazr, Bret arar `Pflug';
Russ. meaning: пахать
References: WP I 78 f
piet-prnum,piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-tokh,piet-arm,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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