dhwer-

dhwer-
Door, doorway (usually in plural). Originally an ablauting noun *dhwor, *dhur-, in the plural, designating the entrance to the enclosure (*dhwor-o-) surrounding the house proper.
Derivatives include forest and foreign.
1. Zero-grade form *dhur- in suffixed forms *dhur-n̥s (accusative plural) and *dhur-o- (neuter). door, from Old English duru, door (feminine, originally plural), and dor, door (neuter), respectively from Germanic *durunz and *duram.
2. Suffixed o-grade form *dhwor-āns (accusative plural). farouche, foreign, vicar forane, from Latin forās, (toward) out of doors, outside.
3. Suffixed o-grade form *dhwor-ois (locative plural). forest; afforest, faubourg, foreclose, forfeit, from Latin forīs, (being) out of doors.
4. Suffixed o-grade form *dhwor-o-. forensic, forum, from Latin forum, marketplace (originally the enclosed space around a home).
5. durbar, from Old Persian duvara-, door, gate.
6. Zero-grade form *dhur-. thyroid, from Greek thurā, door.
 
[Pokorny dhu̯ē̆r- 278.]

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