grish

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Albanian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Albanian *griś-, from Proto-Indo-European *gwer-s- 'to raise one’s voice, lift up a cry; set up a clamour'. Cognate to Lithuanian gar̃sas (call, sound). Also compare Old English gröetan (assail, greet), Old High German gruozen (weeping, cry).

Verb[edit]

grish (first-person singular past tense grisha, participle grishurë)

  1. I invite, call, welcome
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