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Proto-IE: *dhar(w)-, *dhrō(w)-
Meaning: to impregnate, futuere (ab. animals)
Old Greek: thrṓskō (att. thrṓi̯skō < *thrōwískō), thórnümai̯ (/thornǘomai̯), aor. éthoron, pf. ptc. f. gen. tethorǘi̯ǟs `bespringen (auch: springen, laufen, eilen'); 3 sg. thárnüsthai = küískesthai Hsch.; 3 sg. tharneúei = okheúei Hsch.; thorískesthai̯ `Samen in sich aufnehmen'; thorós, thorǟ́́ f. `männlicher Säme'
Celtic: *dar- > MIr dar-: ipf. no-daired, prt. rō-dart, inf. dāir, gen dāra `bespringen'
Russ. meaning: оплодотворять, futuere (о животных)
References: WP I 861
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