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\data\nostr\nostret
Eurasiatic: *nErV
Meaning: thin
Indo-European: *ner-
Altaic: *nèra
Uralic: *ńärpä (Coll.) 'thin (not dense), sparsed'; + FU *ńäre 'young, weak, raw, unripe'?
Kartvelian: Georg. narnar- 'zart, fein, sanft'
Dravidian: *nēr- (cf. also SDr *nar- 'deficient, stunted, lean')
References: ND 1560 *n̄ar[ü] 'thin, narrow' (Alt.-IE); 1612 *ńäpVrV 'tender, delicate' (Ural. *ńärpä + ?SDr navur- + Eg.?); 1624 *ńär.E 'unripe, tender, weak' (Manch., Georg from the same root as 1560 + Ur. *ńäre + Drav. + Omot.).
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