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Proto-IE: *bherdh-
Meaning: to cut
Old Indian: {bardhaka- `abschneidend, scherend', m. `Zimmermann'}; bhartsati `to menace, threaten, abuse'
Old Greek: pérthō, aor. pérsai̯, prathẹ̄̂n, inf. p. pérthai̯ `zerstören, verwüsten', pérsi-s f. `Zerstörung', porthéō `zerstören, verwüsten, plündern'
Latin: forceps, -cipis, pl. gen. -ium f. (/m.) `Zange; Schere'; forpex, forfex `id.'
Russ. meaning: резать etc.
References: WP II 174
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