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Proto-IE: *par-/-e-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to cut, to bore
Tokharian: A pär (pärr-), B prere (PT *pärere) 'arrow' (Adams 420)
Old Greek: péi̯rō, aor. pẹ̄̂rai̯, pass. éparēn, pf. p. peparméno- `durchdringen, durchbohren, durchstechen', diam-perés `ganz hindurch, unterbrochen', perónǟ f. `Spange, Schnalle', peráō 'to drive, pass right through; to penetrate, pirce; to pass'
Slavic: *perītī (`durchbohren' etc.), *nā-perjǭ `durchboren'
Latin: pars, gen. -tis, acc. -tim, abl. -tī, pl. gen. -tium f. `Teil, Abteilung, Stück; Anteil; Körpereeil, Geschlechtsteil'; prō portiōne `[je] nach dem Verhältnis' (отсюда prōportiō)
Russ. meaning: резать, прорезать, просверливать
References: WP II 41
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