δέρω

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *derǝ- (to tear, tear apart). Cognate with English tear, Scots tere, teir, tair (to rend, lacerate, wound, rip, tear out), Dutch teren (to eliminate, efface, live, survive by consumption), German zehren (to consume, misuse), German zerren (to tug, rip, tear), Danish tære (to consume), Swedish tära (to fret, consume, deplete, use up), Icelandic tæra (to clear, corrode).

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Verb[edit]

δέρω (dérō)

  1. I skin, flay

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