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Proto-IE: *(s)perǝ- (sph-)
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to kick
Old Indian: sphuráti `to spurn; to dart, bound, spring, tremble, quiver; to hurt, destroy', ptc. sphurita-, sphūrta-; sphura- `quivering, trembling; m. quiver, throb', sphuraṇa- n. `trembling, throbbing, vibration', sphūrti- f. `quivering, throb, palpitation'
Avestan: sparaiti `tritt, stösst', sparman- n. etwa `Trit, Stoss'
Other Iranian: NPers sipardan `treten'
Old Greek: spái̯rō `zucken, zappeln', aspái̯rō `id.'
Slavic: *pьrā́tī, *perǭ
Baltic: *spir̂- vb. tr., sper̂- vb. tr. (2), *spar-a- c., *sper-tl-a- n.; *per- vb. tr.
Germanic: *spir-n-a- vb., *spur-n-a- vb.; *spur-n-ō- vb., *spur-n-ia- vb.; *spur-ō- vb.; *spur-ōn- f., *spur-a- n., *spur-an- m., *spur-i- c., etc.
Latin: spernō, -ere, sprēvī, sprētum `wegstossen, verwerfen, verschmähen', aspernārī `zurückweisen, verschmähen'; ? asper, -era `rauh, herb, holperig, struppig, beissend, barsch
Russ. meaning: пинать
References: WP II 668 f
Comments: Cf. Lith per̃ti (pẽria, pẽrē) 'schlagen, baden', Lett pḕrt (per̨u, ṗèru)'schlagen prügeln; baden (tr.), eig. mit dem Blatterquast (belaubten Besen) schlagen' and Slav *pьrā́tī, *perǭ (2 roots at least: 'to wash (beating)' and 'to trample, etc.'
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