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Proto-IE: *g'her-
Meaning: to long for, to wish
Hittite: kari tija- 'willfahren, nachgeben', karija- id. (Tischler 503, 506)
Tokharian: A kar(y)-, B ker(y)- (PT *ker(y)- < *ǵhor-i̯-) 'laugh' (Adams 197)
Old Indian: háryati `to like, delight in'
Avestan: zara- m. `Streben, Ziel'
Old Greek: khái̯rō, aor. kharē̂nai̯, hom. kekháronto, khǟ́rato, pf. (prs.-Bed.) ptc. kekharēóta, kekhárēka, kekhárēmai̯, kekharméno-, va. khartó- `sich freuen'; khári-s, -itos, -in f. `Reiz, Anmut, Gefallen, Wohlgefallen, Gunst, Dankbarkait, Dank', kharǟ́ `Freude', khármǟ f. `Kampfesfreude, Kampflust', khárma n. `Freude, Vergnügen usw.', kharmonǟ́ f. `Freude, Lus, Wonne', -kharḗs `erfreuend, freudevoll etc.'
Slavic: *zārītī
Germanic: *gir-a-, *gir-ja-, *gir-n-a- adj., *gir-n-ia- vb.
Latin: horior (3 sg. horitur), -īrī `antreiben, ermuntern'; hor(i)tor, -ārī `id.'
Other Italic: Osk herest `volet', heriam `arbitrium, potestatem', Herentateís `Veneris'; Paelign Herentas `Veneris', Vestin. hiretum `placitum,, dēdcrētum, Sabin hiretum `decretum'; Umbr heri `vult', heries `voleēs', abl.. pl. heritu consultō, heris ... heris `vel ... vel'
Celtic: OIr gor `fromm', goire `Frömmigkeit, Pietät', MIr do-gar `unglücklich', so-gar `sehr glücklich'
Russ. meaning: стремиться, желать
References: WP I 600 f
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