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Proto-IE: *bhera-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to beat, to hew, to struggle, etc.
Old Indian: {(Gramm.) bhrṇāti `versehrt' }
Avestan: tiži-bāra- `mit scharfer Schneide'
Other Iranian: NPers burrad `schneidet'
Old Greek: aor. phársai̯ = skhísai̯ EM, pharáō, -óō `pflügen', pháros n. `Pflug ?', á-pharo- `aphárōtos', pháraŋk-s, -aŋgos f. `Bergschlucht, Kluft, Tiefer Graben, Abgrund', ion. phársos n. `Stück, Teil'
Slavic: *bórtī, *bõrjǭ; *bornь
Baltic: *bar̂- (1) vb. tr., *bar-n-ia- n.
Germanic: *bar-ja- vb.
Latin: feriō, -īre (OLat ferīnunt `feriunt') `stossen, hauen; treffen, berühren; schlachten'; ferentāriu, -ī m. `Wurfschütze'
Celtic: MIr bairenn, -end `Felsstück'
Albanian: bie, 2 pl. birni, imp. bierɛ `klopfe, schlage, spiele ein Instrument; falle'; brimɛ `Loch', birɛ id., brɛń, geg. bręj `nage'
Russ. meaning: бить, рубить и т. д.
References: WP II 159 f
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