δέρω

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Indo-European *der- ‎(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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