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Proto-IE: *mer-
Meaning: bright, light, clean
Old Indian: márīci- f. `particle of light, ray of light'
Old Greek: marmái̯rō, marmarízdō `glänzen, schimmern, funkeln', marmáreo- `glänzend, flimmernd, funkelnd', marmárai = tō̂i erüthrodánōi bebemménai Hsch., (s)marī́lǟ f. `glühende Asche', mâi̯ra f. `Hundstern (Sirius)' (and with "extensions": marmarǘssō `glänzen, schimmern, funkeln', mermarügǟ́ f. `das Geflimmer, das Gefunkel', amarǘssō `funkeln, schimmern', amárügma, aeol. amárükhma n. `das Schimmern, das Funkeln', amarǖgǟ́ `id.'
Slavic: *mārъ, *mārь, *morā, *mьrēti
Germanic: *mar-ja- vb.
Latin: merus, -a `unvermischt, lauter; bloss, rein; echt, unverfälscht'
Celtic: OIrl ē-mer `nicht glänzend, nicht hell'
Russ. meaning: яркий, светлый, чистый
References: WP II 273 f
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