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Proto-IE: *dhrAugh-
Meaning: to deceive
Old Indian: drúhyati `to hurt, seek to harm, be hostile', ptc. drugdhá-; drógha-, droha- m. `injury, mischief, harm'; druh- `injuring, hurtful', f. `injury, harm', m. f. `injurer, foe, fiend'
Avestan: družaiti `lügt, betrügt'; draoga- `lügnerisch', m. `Lüge, Trug'; drug- f. `Lüge, Trug; Verkörperung der Lüge'
Other Iranian: OPers drauga- `lügnerisch', aduruǰīya `log'
Germanic: *draug-a- m., -drux-t-i- c.; *drau-m-a- m.
Russ. meaning: обманывать
References: WP I 874
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-iran,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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