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kêr

Definition of kêr

knife

Etymology

Proto-Indo-European root meaning ker- "to cut".

Sanskrit krnati "hurts, wounds, kills," krntati "cuts",
Hittite karsh- "to cut off",
Greek keirein "to cut, shear",
Latin curtus "short," caro "flesh",
Lithuanian skiriu, skirti "to separate",
Old English sceran, scieran "to cleave, hew, cut with a sharp instrument",
Old Irish scaraim "I separate",
Welsh ysgar "to separate," ysgyr "fragment".

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Updated on January 3, 2023

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