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Skt. vṛdh2 'hurt, damage, cut'

Leonid Kulikov (UGent)
(2006) INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA. 32. p.203-210
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The present paper deals with the origin of the late Sanskrit root vṛdh2 ‘hurt, cut’, which is explained as extracted from the compound vy-ṛdh2 ‘be deprived of smth., be precluded from smth., lose’, with the subsequent simplification of the difficult sequence vyṛ- --> vṛ-.
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Sanskrit, verb, root, vocalisation, phonetic simplification, etymology

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Kulikov, Leonid. 2006. “Skt. Vṛdh2 ‘Hurt, Damage, Cut’.” Indologica Taurinensia 32: 203–210.
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Kulikov, L. (2006). Skt. vṛdh2 “hurt, damage, cut.” INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA, 32, 203–210.
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Kulikov L. Skt. vṛdh2 “hurt, damage, cut.”INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA. 2006;32:203–10.
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Kulikov, Leonid. “Skt. Vṛdh2 ‘Hurt, Damage, Cut’.” INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA 32 (2006): 203–210. Print.
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  abstract     = {The present paper deals with the origin of the late Sanskrit root v\d{r}dh2 {\textquoteleft}hurt, cut{\textquoteright}, which is explained as extracted from the compound vy-\d{r}dh2 {\textquoteleft}be deprived of smth., be 
precluded from smth., lose{\textquoteright}, with the subsequent simplification of the difficult sequence vy\d{r}- --{\textrangle} v\d{r}-.},
  author       = {Kulikov, Leonid},
  issn         = {1023-3881},
  journal      = {INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA},
  keyword      = {Sanskrit,verb,root,vocalisation,phonetic simplification,etymology},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {203--210},
  title        = {Skt. v\d{r}dh2 'hurt, damage, cut'},
  volume       = {32},
  year         = {2006},
}