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Etymology 1Edit

From Proto-Indo-European *per-. Cognate with Ancient Greek πείρω (peírō), Old English faru.


पिपर्ति (píparti) (dhātu pṛ, cl.3 P)

  1. to bring over or to (+ accusative), bring out of, deliver from (+ablative), rescue, save, protect, escort, further, promote
  2. to surpass, excel
  3. to be able (+ infinitive)
  4. (causative) to bring over or out, rescue, protect, save, preserve, keep alive
  5. (causative) to get over, overcome, bring to an end
  6. (causative) to resist, withstand, be a match for (acc.)
  7. (causative) to be capable of or able to (+ infinitive)

Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Indo-European *pleh₁-. Cognate with Avestan 𐬵𐬀𐬨𐬞𐬁𐬟𐬭𐬁𐬌𐬙𐬌 (ham-pā-frāi-ti), Ancient Greek πίμπλημι (pímplēmi, to fill).


पिपर्ति (píparti) (dhātu pṝ cl.3 P)

  1. to fill
  2. to fill with air, blow into
  3. to sate, cherish, nourish, bring up
  4. to refresh
  5. to grant abundantly, bestow on (+ dative), present with
  6. to fulfil, satisfy (as a wish)
  7. (passive) to be filled with, become full of (+ instrumental), be sated
  8. (passive) to become complete (as a number)
  9. (causative) to fulfil
  10. to fill (with a noise, said also of the noise itself)
  11. to fill with wind, blow (a conch)
  12. to draw (a bow or an arrow to the ear)
  13. to make full, complete, supplement (a sentence)
  14. to cover completely, overspread, bestrew, surround
  15. to load or enrich or present with
  16. to fulfil (a wish or hope)
  17. to spend completely