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Cognate class 213

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Notes IE *per- 'before, beyond, far, distant', temporal sense orig. 'from the last year' (Grk. PERYSI, Skrt. PARUT, cf. Arm.) (Walde 1930: 2.31), = Grk. PERA, Skrt. PARA- (Buck 1949: 869)
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Albanian Corinth PARE far ★★ View
2 Ancient Greek πόρρω pórːɔː far Adverb. ★★★ ★★ View
3 Classical Armenian հեռի hɛri far ★★★ View
4 Armenian Eastern հեռու hɛˈru far 'last year' in ClArm (Martirosyan 2010: 406). ★★ View
5 Armenian Western հեռու hɛru far Also a variant հեռի [hɛri]. ★★ View
6 Old Norse fjarri ˈfjarːi far ★★★ View
7 Icelandic fjarri ˈfjarːɪ far ★★★ View
8 Faroese fjart fjaɻ̊ʈ far ★★ View
9 Norwegian Riksmal fjern fjæːɳ far L View
10 Old Swedish fiär fjæːr far ★★ View
11 Swedish fjärran ˈfjæ̀rːan far ★★ View
12 Swedish Uppland FJARRAN far ★★ View
13 Danish fjern fjɛɐ̯n far ★★ L View
14 Old Gutnish fierri far ★★ View
15 Old English feor far ★★ View
16 English far fɑ: far ★★ View
17 Frisian fier fi.ər far ★★ View
18 Dutch ver vɛr far ★★ View
19 Flemish VER far ★★ View
20 Afrikaans VER far ★★ View
21 Sranan FARAWEI, FARA far ★★ View
22 Old High German fer(ro) far ★★★ View
23 Gothic faírra far ★★ View
24 Latin procul ˈprokul far Evidently related to procere, procerus, etc. with the suffix of simul. ★★★ View