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Proto-IE: *wer(ǝ)dh-, *wredh- (*wrēdh-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to grow (tr., intr.)
Tokharian: A sne-wrātal 'formlessness', B wrāt- 'to shape, form' (Adams 616)
Old Indian: várdhate `to increase, augment, strengthen'; ūrdhvá- `rising, raised, elevated'
Avestan: varǝd- `augere'
Old Greek: orthó- `aufrecht, gerade, richtig, wahr', *worthó-: borsón = staurón Hsch.
Slavic: *rodъ, *rodī́tī
Baltic: *rad-s-mā̂, -iā̃ f., *red-s-n-a- adj.
Germanic: *wriskw-a- vb., *wraskw-a- adj.
Russ. meaning: рaсти(ть)
References: WP I 289 f, Frisk
Comments: For B.-Sl. cf. alternatively Hitt. hardu- `Urenkel, Nachkomme' (Tischler 189 without etymology).
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