dar

Definition of dar

tree, wood, stick

Other forms

Sorani dar, Zazakî / Kirdkî dar

Etymology

From Avestan dâuru,

Proto-Indo-European root word *deru- or *dreu-, meaning "be firm, solid, steadfast" referring to objects made of wood.

Sanskrit dAru, dru,
Old Ir *daru-,
Greek dory, drys "spear, oak",
Old Church Slavonic drievo "tree, wood",
Serbian drvo "tree", drva "wood",
Russian drevo "tree, wood",
Czech drva,
Polish drwa "wood",
Lithuanian drūtas "firm", derva "pine, wood"
Welsh drud,
Old Irish dron "strong",
Welsh derw "true",
Old Irish daur,
Welsh derwen "oak",
Albanian drusk "oak",
Old English treo, trēow, tre "tree", triewe "faithful, trustworthy, honest"
Pahlawi dar.

Updated on June 30, 2023

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