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Proto-IE: *dArd-
Meaning: to make a noise, to shout
Old Indian: dardura- m. `frog; flute', dardara- m. 'a k. of drum (L.)'
Old Greek: dárda = mélissa (Hsch.)
Slavic: *dъrdorētī etc.
Baltic: *dard-ē̂-, *dir̂d-ē̂-, -ī̂- (1) vb., *dar̂d-a- (1) c., *dar̂d-ē̂- (1) vb.
Celtic: Ir deirdrethar `tobt', dord `Bass', fo-dord `Brummen, Murren' Bass', an-dord `helle Stimme, Lied'; dordaim `brülle'; Cymr dordd `sonitus, strepitus'
Russ. meaning: шуметь, кричать
References: WP I 795
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