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Proto-IE: *per-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to attempt, to research
Old Greek: pêi̯ra, aeol. pérrā f. `Versuch', pei̯ráō, -ázdō `versuchen, auf die Probe stellen, angreifen', émpei̯ro- `erfahren, kundig'
Latin: experior, -īrī, -rtus sum `einen Versuch machen, erproben, prufen, kennenlernen', experīmentum n. `Versuch', comperio, -īre, -perī, -pertum `genau erfahren', opperior, -īrī, opperītus/oppertus `erwarten', perītus, -a `erfahren, bewandert, sachverständig', perīculum (/ -clum) n. `Versuch, Probe, Niederschrift; Gefahr; Prozess, Anklage'
Russ. meaning: пробовать, исследовать
References: WP II 28 f
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