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Proto-IE: *dhwarǝ-, *dhraw(ǝ)-
Meaning: to deceive
Old Indian: dhvárati, dhū́rvati `to bend, hurt, injure', ptc. dhūrta-; -dhrut, -dhvr̥t, dhrúti- f. `misleading, seduction', dhvarás- f. `destructive, mischievous, n. of part. female demons'; dhūrtí- f. `injury, damage, harm'
Latin: fraus, -dis f. `Übervorteilung; Schaden, Nachteil', frausus sum Plaut.; adv. frūstra `irrtümlich, irrig, getäuscht', frūstrārī `täuschen, hintergehen, foppen'
Other Italic: Umbr frosetom est `fraudatum est'
Russ. meaning: обманывать
References: WP I 869 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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