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Proto-IE: *gher[ǝ]-, *ghrē- (IndoIr. *g'h-)
Meaning: bad, small
Old Indian: hrasvá- 'minder, kurz, klein', comp. hrásīyaṁs, hrasati 'nimmt ab, wird kürzer'
Avestan: zara-hehīš 'die mindere, schwächere'
Old Greek: comp. khéi̯rōn m., f., khêi̯ron n. 'worse', sup. khéi̯risto- 'worst'; khrḗ impers. (other forms are contractions of khrḗ, prob. orig. a neut. Subst., with forms of ei̯mí 'sum') 'it is necessary'
Slavic: comp. *gorjь(jь); *gorje
Celtic: OIr. gair 'kurz', gaire 'Lebenskürze', garait, NIr goirid 'kurz', MIr. gerr 'kurz'
Russ. meaning: плохой, маленький
References: [Somewhat different in Pok. and Vasm.]
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