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Proto-IE: *tar-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to say, to shout
Hittite: tar- (I) 'sagen, nennen', darija- (I) 'anreden, anrufen, nennen' (Friedrich 212, 213)
Tokharian: B tär- 'plead, implore' (Adams 293)
Old Indian: tārá- 'high, loud, shrill'
Armenian: thrthrak 'good speaker'
Old Greek: toró- `laut, gellend, vernehmbar, deutlich'; fut. tetorḗsō (Ar.) ''to proclaim in shrill piercing voice'
Slavic: *tortorītī; *tortorъ, *tъrtorъ
Baltic: *tar̃- (*tar-ja-/*tar-a-) vb., *tar-ī̂- vb., *tar̃-t-i- f., etc.
Celtic: MIr tairm 'Lärm'; Cymr twrf 'stir, tumult'
Russ. meaning: говорить, шуметь
References: WP I 744
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