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Proto-IE: *bhAr-
Meaning: to foretell, to judge
Old Greek: phármako-n n. `heilbringendes od. schädliches Mittel, Heil-, Giftkraut, Arznei, Gifttrank, Zaubef(trank), Färbemittel, Naturstoff für physikalische od. chemische Bearbeitung'
Baltic: *bur̂- (1) vb. tr., *bur̂-t-a- (1) c.
Germanic: *bōr-ia- vb., *bur-ja- vb., etc.
Latin: fors, -tis `blinder Zufall, Ungefähr', fortūna f. `Zufall, Geschick; Glück, Unglück', fortuītus, -a `zufällig, unverschuldet'
Other Italic: Paelign forte `fortūna'
Celtic: *barn-; *brāt- > Gaul Bratu-spanctium ON; bratūde `ex judicio'; OIr brāth, gen. -o `Gericht'; barn `Richter'; Cymr brawd `Urteil'; barn `Urteil', Corn bres `Urteil', Bret breut `plaidoyer', pl. breujou `les assises de la justice'; barnm `Urteil'
Russ. meaning: предсказывать судьбу, выносить приговор
References: WP II 161
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