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Proto-IE: *dhergh-, *dhregh-
Meaning: to hold
Tokharian: A tränk-, B trenk- (PT *tränk-) 'adhere, cling, stick' (Adams 318)
Old Indian: -dhr̥k (only Nom. in comp.) `holding, bearing'; OInd dŕ̥ṁhati `to make firm, fix, strengthen'
Avestan: dražaitē, inf. drāǰaŋhe `halten, an sich halten, führen', upa-daržnvainti `sie setzen durch, bringen fertig'; drǝnǰaiti `festigt, kräftigt, bestärkt', ā-drǝnǰayeiti `setzt fest', ptc. draxta-
Slavic: *dьržḗtī, *dьržjǭ
Latin: fortis, -e (OLat forctus) `stramm, robust, kräftig, gesund; dauerhaft, fest, stark; ausdauernd, gediegen, mächtig; tapfer, mannhaft, unerschrocken'
Other Italic: Osk fortis `potius'
Celtic: *drng= > MIr dringid `er ersteigt', drēimm `Erklimmen'; Cymr dringo `steigen, klettern'
Russ. meaning: держать
References: WP I 856 f
piet-meaning,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-slav,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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