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