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Proto-IE: *(s)kerǝ-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to cut
Hittite: iskar- (II) 'stechen; hineinstecken' (Tischler 399ff); karš-, karšija- 'abschneiden' (517 ff)
Tokharian: A kärṣt-, B kärst- (PT *kärst-) 'cut off' (Adams 168-169)
Old Indian: kr̥ṇāti, kr̥ṇoti `to hurt, injure, kill', ptc. kīrṇa-
Armenian: khorem `ich kratze', kherem `kratze, schabe'
Old Greek: kéi̯rō, aor. kẹ̄̂rai̯, kérsai̯, ps. ekárēn, pf. kékarmai̯, av. kartó- `abschneiden; scheren; abästen, -mähen, -weiden, aufzehren'; kérma `abgeschnittenes Stück, bes. kleines Geldstück, Kleingeld, Scheidemünze', kọ̄rǟ́ `Schur des Haares, des Bartes, der Wolle'
Baltic: *skir̂- vb. tr. (1), *skir̃-t-a- c.
Germanic: *skir-a- vb., *skar-jan- m., n., *skar-a- m., *skar-ō f., *skar-jōn- f.; *skar-ɵ=, *skur-[ɵ]=, *skur=, *skēr-ia- n., *skēr-iōn- f.; *skōr-ō(n-) f., etc.
Russ. meaning: резать
References: WP II 573 f
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