much, foremost, many, to a high degree, very

Synonyms:
pirr, gelek, zehf, zahf
Examples:

– Gava wî ez dîtim, ew pir şa bû = He gave me a very warm and hearty welcome;
– Ez pir birçî me = I’m very hungry

Etymology:

*pelə-, Proto-Indo-European root meaning "to fill".

from Avestan (Ave.) = paoiri, paoirîsh, perena;
Sanskrit purvi = "much," prayah "mostly",
Sgdian pwrn [purn]/pwn;
Old Persian paru = much;
Greek polys = much, many, plethos = people, multitude, great number, ploutos = wealth;
Latin plus = more, plenus = full;
Lithuanian pilus = full, abundant;
Old Church Slavonic plunu;
Gothic filu = much;
Old Norse fjöl-,
Old English fela, feola = much, many;
Old English folgian;
Old Irish lan,
Welsh llawn = full;
Old Irish il;
Welsh elu = much

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