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Proto-IE: *perd-
Meaning: to fart
Old Indian: pardate (D.) `to break wind'
Avestan: 3 sg. pǝrǝδaiti, 3 pl. pǝrǝδǝn `sie furzen'
Old Greek: pérdomai̯, aor. -pardẹ̄̂n, pf. (prs.-Bed.) péporda `furzen'; pordǟ́ f. `Furz', prád[ǟ]si-s f. `das Furzen'
Slavic: *pьrdḗtī, *pьrdjǭ
Baltic: *pir̂d- (*per̂d-a-) (2) vb.
Germanic: *frit-a-/*firt-a- vb.; *firt=, *furt-i- c., *frat-ō- vb., *fart-a- m., *fart-ō- vb.
Celtic: *hrkkā > Cymr rhech `Furz'
Albanian: pjerɵ `pedo', porδɛ `Furz'
Russ. meaning: furzen
References: WP II 49
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