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Proto-IE: *mor[a]-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to rub, to pound
Hittite: marrija- (I) 'zerstückeln?, zerkleinern?' (Friedrich 136)
Old Indian: mr̥ṇā́ti, pass. mūryáte, ptc. mūrṇá- `to crush, smash, break, destroy'; ā-marītár- m. `destroyer'
Old Greek: marái̯nō `auslöschen, vernichten, aufreiben', m.-p. `erlöschen, dahinschwinden, abzeheren', ? márnamai̯ `kämpfe, sich bekämpfen'
Germanic: *mar-ja- vb.; *mur-n-ō f.; *mur-[ɵ]-a- n.
Latin: morētum, -ī n. `Mörsengericht', mortārium, -ī n.`Mörser; Mörtelpfanne, Mörtel'
Russ. meaning: тереть, дробить
References: WP II 276 f
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