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Proto-IE: *pera-, *prā-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to sell
Old Greek: pérnǟmi, pérnamai̯, piprǟ́skomai̯, ft. inf. peráan (Hom.), aor. epéra(s)sa, pf. péprǟka, p. péprǟmai̯ `zum Verkauf ausführen, verkaufen'; prǟ̂si-s f. `Verkauf', apó-prǟma n. `Afterpacht', prǟtḗr m. `Verkäufer', prǟ́tōr `id.', ? pórnǟ f. `feine Dirne, Hure'
Celtic: *hrna- > OIr renim `verkaufe', subj. st. ria-; pf. ni rir `non vendidit'
Russ. meaning: продавать
References: WP II 40 f (different in Pok.)
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