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DOOR

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The most interesting word in this article is Tocharian B "twere", which sounds exactly the same as Slovak "dvere".

There could be a possible connection to the word for a TRee.


DU-

Upper Sorbian: durje

Old Armenian: դուռն (duṙn)

Armenian: դուռ (duṙ)

Lithuanian: durys

Latvian: dùrvis

Hittite: an-dur-za

Old English: duru

Middle English: dure, durre, dore, dor

Scots: dure, dur

Old Frisian: dure, dore

Old Saxon: duru

Old Dutch: duri

Gutnish: dur, duri

Ossetian: дуар (duar)

Younger Avestan: duuarəm, duuarə

Kamviri: du

Gaulish: Augusto-durum

Assamese: দুৱাৰ (duar)

Central Franconian: Dür

Old Norse: dyrr

Icelandic: dyr

Faroese: dyr

Old Swedish: dyr


TUR-

Ancient Greek: θῠ́ρᾱ (thúrā)

Greek: θύρα (thýra)

Old High German: turi

Middle High German: türe

German: Tür, Türe

Cimbrian: tüar


FUR-

Umbrian: 𐌚𐌖𐌓𐌖 (furu), furo

Dalmatian: fure

Friulian: fûr

Italian: fuori

Spanish: fuera


DR-

Middle Welsh: drws

Welsh: drws

Polish: drzwi


DV-

Belarusian: дзве́ры (dzvjéry)

Russian: дверь (dverʹ), две́ри (dvéri)

Ukrainian: две́рі (dvéri)

Old Church Slavonic: двьри (dvĭri), двьрь ⰴⰲⱐⱃⱐ (dvĭrĭ)

Serbo-Croatian: две̑ри dvȇri

Bulgarian: две́ри (dvéri)

Macedonian: двер (dver)

Czech: dveře

Slovak: dvere

Sanskrit: द्वार (dvā́ra)

Pali: dvāra

Gujarati: દ્વાર (dvār)

Hindi: द्वार (dvār)

Urdu: دوار‎ (dvār)

Old Persian: 𐎯𐎺𐎼𐎹𐎠 (du-va-ra-ya-a /duvarayā/)

Tocharian B: twere

Polabian Drevani: twaray


DOR-

Middle Breton: dor

Cornish: dor

Old Welsh: dor

Middle Welsh: dor

Old Irish: dorus

Irish: doras

Manx: dorrys

Scottish Gaelic: doras, dorus

English: door

Saterland Frisian: Doore

West Frisian: doar

Middle Low German: dȫr, dȫre

Hamburgisch: Dör

Westmünsterländisch: Dööre, Döör

Norwegian Bokmål: dør

Norwegian Nynorsk: dør

Swedish: dörr

Danish: dør

Westrobothnian: dør

Norn: dør

Scanian: dør

Elfdalian: dörer

Middle Dutch: dōre, duere, dure


FOR-

Latin: forum

Catalan: forum

English: forum

French: for, forum, fur

German: Forum

Italian: foro

Portuguese: foro, fórum

Romanian: for

Spanish: foro, fuero

Russian: фо́рум (fórum)

Latin: foris

Galician: fóra

Istriot: four

Venetian: fora, fuora

Sicilian: fori


DER-

Albanian: derë

Kurdish: derî

Yola: dher

Dutch: deur

Pennsylvania German: Dier

Luxembourgish: Dier


DA-

Gothic: 𐌳𐌰𐌿𐍂𐌰 (daura)

Old Prussian: dauris

Marathi: दार (dār)

Middle Persian: dar

Persian: در‎ (dar)

Plautdietsch: Däa


OTHER

Lower Sorbian: źurja

Romani: vudar


Article published on the 30th of October 2018.


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