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Proto-IE: *kʷetware
Meaning: num.: four
Tokharian: B śtarte 'fourth', A śtwar, B śtwer (PT *ś(ä)twer) 'four' (Adams 641 f)
Old Indian: catúr-, m. catvā́raḥ (acc. catúraḥ), n. catvā́ri, f. cátasraḥ `four'; turī́ya- `consisting of four parts'; turya- ,' caturthá- `fourth'; catvara- m. 'quadrangular place'
Avestan: m. čaɵwarō (gen. čaturąm), f. čataŋrō f.; āxtūirīm 'viermal', tūirya- 'vierter', čaɵwarǝ-aspa-, čaɵru-
Other Iranian: NPers čahār
Armenian: čhorkh, acc. čhors; ? kharasun '40'; čhorir, čhorr-ord, karr-ord 'vierter'
Old Greek: téssares, att. téttares, boeot. péttares, ion., ark., hellen. tésseres, hom. písüres (acc. písüras), lesb. péssüres, dor. tétores; tetra-, trü-phálei̯a 'Helm'; tétarto-, hom. tétrato-, boeot. pétrato-
Slavic: *četɨ̄re m., *-ī f., n., *četvьrt-; *četverъ, -o
Baltic: *ketur-; *ketwir̃-t-a- adj.
Germanic: *fidwōr, *fidur-; *fixwōr, *fixur-
Latin: quattuor; quartus
Other Italic: Osk petora n., petiro-pert 'viermal'; Praen Quorta
Celtic: OIr cethir (f. cethēoir), OCymr petgar, NCymr pedwar, f. pedeir, Corn peswar; Gaul Petru-corius, -decametos '14'
Russ. meaning: числ.: четыре
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