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Proto-IE: *ser-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to wind, to weave
Old Indian: sarat- m. `thread' (L.)
Old Greek: éi̯rō, aor. ẹ̄̂rai̯, érsai̯, pf. md. eerméno-, ẹ̄rméno-, plqp. éerto `reihe, anfügen, zusammenfügen '; én-ersi-s f. `das Einfügen, Hineinstecken', pl. hérmata n. `Ohrgehänge; Schlinge', hórmo-s m. `Halsband, Kette', hormiǟ́ `Angelschnur'
Baltic: *sēr-i(a)- c.
Germanic: *sarw-ia- m.
Latin: serō, -ere, -uī, sertum `fügen, reihen, knüpfen', sertum, -ī n. `Blumengewinde'; seriēs `Reihenfolge, Kette, Reihe', pl. serīlia n. `Seile'
Other Italic: Osk (manim) aserum `(manum) asserere'
Celtic: *ser-, *srtā > OIr nī sernat `neque conserunt', sreth `Reihe'
Russ. meaning: свивать, сплетать
References: WP II 499 f
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