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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *t`ṓr[e]
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: post, pole, tower
Russian meaning: шест, столб, башня
Turkic: *tȫr
Tungus-Manchu: *turu
Korean: *tàràk
Comments: Poppe 14, 79. In Kor. -ɨ- would be expected; -a- is possibly a result of vowel assimilation.
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *tȫr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: honorary place in the house
Russian meaning: почетное место в юрте
Old Turkic: tör (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: tör (KB), töre (MK)
Turkish: dör (dial.)
Tatar: tür
Middle Turkic: tör (Pav. C.), töre (Abush.)
Uzbek: tọr
Uighur: tö(r)
Sary-Yughur: tör, türi
Azerbaidzhan: dör (dial.)
Turkmen: tȫr
Khakassian: tör
Shor: tör
Oyrat: tör
Tuva: dör
Kirghiz: tör
Kazakh: tör
Noghai: tör
Bashkir: tür
Balkar: tör
Karaim: tör
Karakalpak: tör
Kumyk: tör
Comments: VEWT 494, EDT 528-529, TMN 2, 607, Лексика 514.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *turu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pole, mast; sacred pole, place
Russian meaning: столб, мачта; шаманский шест, место жертвоприношения
Evenki: turu
Negidal: tojo
Spoken Manchu: turā 'post' (460)
Literary Manchu: tura
Jurchen: tur-ra (208)
Ulcha: tụra
Orok: toro
Nanai: toro, tora
Oroch:
Solon: törö 'door-post'
Comments: ТМС 2, 221 (some forms were possibly influenced by Mong. tura < Turk. tura, but on the whole loan is hardly acceptable, see Doerfer MT 38). Evk. > Dolg. turū 'sacred pole' (see Stachowski 233).
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *tàràk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: tower, upper story
Russian meaning: башня, верхний этаж
Modern Korean: tarak
Middle Korean: tàràk
Comments: Liu 192, KED 382.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *dwVrV
Meaning: court, enclosure
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *dwer- (almost merged with *dhwer- < *durV 'hole' q.v.)
Altaic: *t`ṓr[e]
Dravidian: *tōṛ-
References: ND 570 *duŕE 'camping-site, abode' (IE + Drav. + incorr. Turk. *jurt).
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *dhwor- (/*dwor-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: door, gate, court
Hittite: ? an-dur-za (adv.) 'darin' < *'indoors' (Tischler 37-38)
Tokharian: B twere 'door' (Adams 323)
Old Indian: dvār f., acc. duráḥ, dúraḥ, du. dvārā(u); dvā́ra- n. `door'
Avestan: acc. dvarǝm, loc. dvarǝ 'Tor; Hof'
Other Iranian: OPers duvarayā 'am Hofe ? am Tore ?'
Armenian: pl. durkh, acc. a-durs `Tür', i durs `hinaus, draussen'; durrn, gen. dran `Tür, Tor, Hof; drand `Türpfosten, Türschwelle'
Old Greek: thǘrǟ f. `Tür, Torflügel', pl. `Tür(e), Tor', thǘretron Türchen, pl. thǘretra `Türfutter, Tür', thürṓn, -ō̂nos m. `Vorhalle, Vorraum'
Slavic: *dvьrь, pl. *dvьrī
Baltic: *dwar-[a-]s m., *dur-i-s f., *dur̃-w-i- c.
Germanic: *dur-i- f., *dur-u- c., *dur-a- n.
Latin: foris, -is f., pl. forēs, -ium f. `Tür'; forās `hinaus', forīs `draussen, ausserhalb', forum, -ī n. `Vorhof des Grabes (umzäunter Grabbezirk); Marktplatz, Marktflecken, Gerichtstag'
Other Italic: Umbr. furo, furu `forum'
Celtic: Gaul doro `ostium', duros, duron m., n. `ostium'; OIr dorus n., in-dorus `vor Tür', dor m. `ostium'; Cymr dor f. `Tür', drws `Tür'
Albanian: derε f. Tür
Russ. meaning: дверь, ворота; двор
References: WP I 870 f, II 160
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: дверь
Near etymology: ж., две́ри мн., укр. две́рi мн., ст.-слав. двьри мн., двьрь (Мейе, Et. 207, 261), словен. dúri мн., ж., стар. davri, чеш. dveři, dveře, польск. drzwi, в.-луж. durje мн., н.-луж. źurja. Другая ступень чередования: двор.
Further etymology: Родственно лит. dùrys, род. п. dùru, dùrių, вост.-лит. dùres, лтш. duris, гот. daúr "ворота", д.-в.-н. turi "двери", др.-исл. dyrr, греч. θύρᾱ " дверь", θαιρός (из *dhveri̯os) "дверная петля", лат. forēs "двустворчатая дверь", foris ж. "дверь", др.-инд. dvā́ras "двери" ж., мн. (вин. durás), кимр. dor, алб. derë "дверь"; первонач. основа на согласный (Бернекер 1, 241 и сл.; Траутман, BSW 63; М. -- Э. 1, 520 и сл.; Мейе, Et. 176, 261; Брандт, РФВ 22, 113). Об исходном корне-основе см. Бругман, Grdr. 2, 1, 132 и сл.
Pages: 1,487
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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *duri-z, *duru-z, *dura-n
Meaning: door, gate
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: dɔr n. (a) `door (with single wing)'
Old Norse: pl. dürr f. `Tür'
Norwegian: dür
Swedish: dörr
Danish: dör
Old English: duru, -e, pl. -a f. `opening, door, door of a house', dor, -es n. `large door'
English: door
Old Frisian: dure, dore `Tür', dor `Tor'
Old Saxon: duru, dora `Tür'; dor `Tor'
Middle Dutch: dore, dure, doere
Dutch: deur f.
Old Franconian: duri
Middle Low German: dōr; dȫre
Old High German: tor `Tor' (um 800), turi `Tür' (8.Jh.), tura (später) `id.'
Middle High German: tür(e) st. f. 'tür; öffnung, eingang'; tor st. n. 'tor, tür'
German: Tor n.; Tür f.
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 435
Root: dhu̯ē̆r-, dhu̯ō̆r-, dhur-, dhu̯r̥-
English meaning: door
German meaning: `Tür'
General comments: neben diesem kons. St., der ursprüngl. ein Plurale und Duale tantum war (s. u.), stehen zum Teil wohl schon ursprachliche -o- und -ā-Erweiterungen teils mit zu vermutender kollektiver Bed., teils (als Neutrum) in der Stellung als 2. Kompositionsglieder.
Material: Ai. Nom. Pl. dvā́raḥ, Akk. Pl. duráḥ, dúraḥ, Nom. Du. dvā́rā(u) `Tür' (Verlust der Aspiration ursprüngl. in den bh-Kasus durch Einfluß von dvāu `zwei'), durōṇá- n. `Wohnung, Heimat'(-no-Ableitung vom Lok. Du. ar. *dhurău); o -St. dvāram n. (jung) `Tür' in Kompositis śatádura- n. `mit 100 Türen verschlossener Ort'; av. Akk. Sg. dvarǝm, Lok. dvarǝ `Tor, Hof', apers. duvarayā `am Tore';

    arm. Pl. dur-k`, Akk. z-durs (*-n̥s) `Tür', i durs `hinaus, draußen', Sg. duṙn, Gen. dran `Tür, Tor, Hof' (die n-Dekl. vom Akk. Sg. auf -m ausgegangen), dr-and `Türpfosten, Türschwelle' (*dhur + *anǝtā, s. dort);

    gr. vermutlich vom kons. St. noch θύρδα ἔξω ᾽Αρκάδες Hes.; θύραζε `hinaus' (d. i. θύρασ-δε, entweder ai. duraḥ, arm. durs oder vom ā-St. θύρᾱ, so daß aus -ᾱνς über -ᾰνς), als 1. Kompositionsglied vielleicht θυραυλέω `habe meinen Aufenthalt an (vor) der Türe, lagere im Freien' von θύρ-αυλος (kann aber auch von θύρα ausgegangen sein), sehr altertümlich θαιρός `der drehbare Türpfosten' (auch `Wagenachse, Eckpfosten des Wagenkastens' aus *dhu̯r̥-i̯o-);

    o-St. in πρόθυρον `Raum vor der Tür, Vorraum des Hauses' (: ai. śatá-dura- n.);

    ā-St. θύρᾱ `Tür' (hom. meist Pl.), att. θύρᾱσι `draußen', hom. θύρη-θι, -φι; vgl. noch θύριον `Türchen' (: ai. dúr(i)ya- `zur Tür oder zum Haus gehörig'), θυρίς, -ίδος `Fenster' (eig. `Türchen') θύρετρον `Tür', θυρεός `Türstein; großer langer Schild', θυρών `Vorhalle, Vorraum im Haus' (: got. daúrōns f. Pl. `zweiflügliges Tor', doch kaum in geschichtlichem Zusammenhang damit);

    alb. derë f. `Tür', Pl. düer (kons. St. *dhu̯ōr-);

    lat. Plur. forēs f. `zweiflüglige Tür' (alter kons. St. *dhu̯or- zum i-St. umgebildet); der Sg. foris, -is ist sekundär; ā-St. in forās `hinaus', forīs `draußen, außerhalb' (der Vokal nach forēs); dazu forum n. `Vorhof des Grabes, Marktplatz, Bretterkasten für die Trauben'; umbr. furo, furu, `forum'; über lat. forus s. oben S. 134;

    cymr. abret. corn. dor f. `Tür' (*dhurā oder *dhu̯orā; letztere Vokalstufe sicher in air. dorus n. `Tür', in-dorus `vor' aus kelt. *du̯orestu-; damit lautlich nicht vereinbar cymr. drws `Tür', von Thurneysen IA. 33, 25 zu mir. drut, druit `schließen', nir. druidim `ich schließe' aus *druzd- gestellt); o-St. gall. doro `ostium', Duro-, -durum in ON, air. dor m. ds.; acorn. darat, mcorn. daras `Tür', bret. Pl. dorojou, dial. doredou (Loth RC 20, 355) aus *dhu̯orato-; vgl. gall. *doraton `Gittertür' in gallorom. *doratia (oder *duratia?), Kleinhans bei Wartburg III 139; unklar ist gall. dvorico (Holder I 1390), GN?;

    ahd. turi, anfränk. duri `Tür', anord. dyrr `Türöffnung', fem. Pl. (Nom. Pl. *dhur-es); ags. duru ds. (Akk. Pl. *dhur-n̥s, germ. *durunz, der auch ahd. Dat. Pl. tur-un, -on nach sich zog); o-St. got. daúr n., ahd. tor, as. dor, dur, ags. dor n. `Tor' (*dhurom); got. daurōns s. oben (: θυρών); aisl. for-dyri n. `Vorraum';

    lit. durìs Akk. Pl. dùrų Gen. Pl., dial. und alt dùres Nom. Pl. (dann i-Flexion: Nom. Pl.dùrys), lett. duris, dùrvis, apr. dauris f. Pl. `Tür' (au Fehler); hingegen braucht lit. dvãras `Gutshof' wegen dvérti `sich öffnen' (also dùrys `Tür' aus `*Öffnung'?) nicht unbedingt poln. Lw. zu sein;

    aksl. dvьri `Tür' (*Akk. Pl. auf -n̥s; Wurzelst. dhu̯r̥- aus den schwachen Kasus mit Kons.-Endung z. B. Lok. *dvьrchъ); o-St. aksl. dvorъ `Hof';

    toch. В twere `Türe'.

References: WP. I 870 f., WH. I 529 f., Trautmann 63, EM 377 f., Schwyzer Gr. Gr. I 6251.
Pages: 278-279
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Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-Dravidian : *tōẓ-
Meaning : stable, stall
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Proto-South Dravidian: *tōẓ-
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South Dravidian etymology :

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Proto-South Dravidian : *tōẓ-
Meaning : stable, stall
Dravidian etymology: Dravidian etymology
Tamil : toẓu
Tamil meaning : cattle-stall, manger, pound, stocks, married life, cage for wild animals
Tamil derivates : toẓuti multitude, crowd, herd, flock of birds; toẓuvam, toẓuku cattle-stall, manger; tōẓ, tōẓam cattle-stall; toṇṭu cattle pound
Malayalam : toẓu
Malayalam meaning : stable
Malayalam derivates : toẓuttu stable, sheepfold, pen for goats
Proto-Nilgiri : *tōṛ
Number in DED : 3526
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Nilgiri etymology :

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Proto-Nilgiri : *tōṛ
Meaning : pen
South Dravidian etymology: South Dravidian etymology
Kota : tōy "buffalo pen"
Toda : twɨ̄ "corral, pen"
Additional forms : Also Toda tū fōs_ entrance of pen
Number in DED : 3526
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Long-range etymologies :

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Borean (approx.) : TVRV
Meaning : enclosure, yard
Eurasiatic : *dwVrV
Afroasiatic : *dar-
Sino-Caucasian : NC *HdŭrV̄ 'plot of land, yard, enclosure'
Reference : ND 570.
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Afroasiatic etymology :

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Proto-Afro-Asiatic: *dar- (?)
Meaning: dwelling place
Borean etymology: Borean etymology
Semitic: *dār- 'dwelling' 1, 'house' 2, 'granary' 3
Berber: *ta-dar-t 1 'room', 2 'house', 'village' 3 (?)
Western Chadic: *dardar-
Notes: Brb <Arb dār-? Cf., however, Brb *ǝddǝr 'to live, dwell'. Insufficient data.
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Semitic etymology :

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Number: 643
Proto-Semitic: *dār-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'dwelling' 1, 'house'2, 'granary' 3
Hebrew: dōr 1
Aramaic: dārâ(ʔ) 1
Arabic: dār- 2
Harari: dēra 3
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Berber etymology :

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Proto-Berber: *dar- (<Arb dār-?)
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'room'1, 'house'2, 'village' 3
Rif: tha-ddar-t 1
Iznassen: thi-ddar-t 1
Snus: t_a-ddar-t_ 2
Qabyle (Ayt Mangellat): ta-ddar-t 3
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West Chadic etymology :

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Proto-WChadic: *dardar-
Afroasiatic etymology: Afroasiatic etymology
Meaning: 'fenced enclosure'
Ngizim: dãr-dár [ShN]
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