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Proto-IE: *tere-, *trē-, *ter(e)-d-
Meaning: to turn, to bore
Old Indian: trṇatti, pf. tatárda `to cleave, split', tardati `to injure, kill'; tárdman- n. `hole, cleft', tr̥dilá- `porous', tradá- m. `one who cleaves or opens'
Old Greek: tetrái̯nō, títrēmi, titráō, titrái̯nō, pf. med. tétrēmai̯, ft. trḗsō, trētó- `durchbohren, durchlöchern', téressen = étrōsen, etórnōse;teréō `to bore through, pierce' Eust.; téretro-n n. `Bohrer', a-téramno- `hart, unerbittlich'; ; trē̂ma n. `Loch, Öffnung, Nadelöhr, Punkt auf dem Würfel', trē̂si-s f. `das Durchbohren, Öffnung, Loch'; küklo-terḗs `made round by turning'; tóro-s m. `borer, drill, used in trying for water, etc.' Phillyl., IG; tórno-s m. `Dreheisen, Drehbank, Eisen zur Vorzeichnung eines Kreises, Zirkellinie'; Kreisbewegung'; tórmo-s m. `Zapfenloch, Radnabe, -büchse, Zapfen'; aor. étore `durchbohren'; torē̂sai̯ `stechen, ziselieren, formen', anti-torē̂sai̯ `durchboren, -dringen, eindringen in'
Baltic: *tren̂d-ē̂- (*tren̂d-)
Germanic: *ɵrē-a- vb.; *ɵrē-d-ú- c.
Latin: terebra f. `Bohrer'
Celtic: *taradro- > OIr tarathar `Bohrer'; Cymr taradr `Bohrer'
Russ. meaning: вертеть, сверлить
References: WP I 728
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