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Cognate class 219

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Citation: Beekes, Robert. 2010. Etymological Dictionary of Greek. Leiden: Brill. Pages: View From PIE neuter heteroclite-stem *peh₂-u̯r̥, ph₂-u̯en-s. In Greek πῦρ was generalised as an r-stem, πῦρ, πῠρ-ος.
  Language Lexeme Phonological Meaning Notes Rating
1 Proto-Indo-European *péh₂-ur, *p(e)h₂-u̯én- fire Heteroclitic r/n-stem. ★★★ View
2 Hittite pahhur fire ★★★ View
3 Luvian pāhūr fire ★★★ View
4 Tocharian A por fire ★★★ View
5 Tocharian B puwar fire ★★★ View
6 Mycenaean Greek pu-º *pȗːr fire Attested in occupational term pu-ka-wo [puːr-káu̯os] 'fireburner' cf. /lexeme/35448/ and Classical terms πυρκαεύς 'fire kindler' and πυρίκαος 'fire-burner'. In PY An 39.1, 424.1, 427.3, 594.1. ★★★ View
7 Ancient Greek πῦρ py̑ːr fire G.sg. πῠρός ★★★ View
8 Classical Armenian հուր fire howr ★★★ View
9 Armenian Eastern hur huɾ fire split from DKB ★★ View
10 Old Prussian panno fire ★★★ View
11 Old English fȳr fire ★★★ View
12 English fire faɪə fire ★★ View
13 Frisian fjoer fjuər fire split from DKB. Changed from FJUR. ★★ View
14 Dutch vuur vyr fire ★★ View
15 Flemish VUER fire split from DKB ★★ View
16 Afrikaans VUUR fire ★★ View
17 Sranan FAJA fire ★★ View
18 Old High German fiur fire ★★★ View
19 German Feuer 'fɔyɐ fire ★★ View
20 Pennsylvania Dutch FEIER fire ★★ View
21 Luxembourgish Feier fire ★★★ View
22 German Switzerland füür fire ★★★ View
23 Gothic fōn fire ★★★ View
24 Umbrian pir, pur- fire ★★★ View
25 [Legacy] Greek K PUR fire ★★ View
26 [Legacy] German Munich Feuer fire < Pr. Germ. *fōr, *fun- ‘fire’. ★★★ View