A LONG LIST of these now ( about 334 ) Persian Words Common With Other Indo-european Languages (Cognate Words) available here below :
This is my own compilation from various sources or my own research, and still i am adding to them :

1 KISS , persian : boos or boosse , spanish : beso , french : baiser , italian : bacio , lithuanian : bucinys , swedish : puss
2 THUNDER , persian : tondar , german : donner
3 KNEE , persian : zanu , hindi : janu , french : genou
4 BREAST or CHEST , persian : sineh (see-ne) , irish : sine ( see-ne) = nipple , tit , italian : seno , french : sein
5 CRY , persian : geryeh , baluchi : greeten , swedish : grata , danish : græde , norwegian : gråte , icelandic : gráta
6 SUGAR , persian : shekar , pahlavi persian : shakar , sanskrit : śárkarā , french : sucre , german : zucker
7 THROAT or GULLET , persian : galoo , italian : gola , hindi : gela , russian : gorla , slovenian : grlo , polish : gardlo , croatian : grlo
8 BALD , persian : kal (in older generations language) , italian : calvo , german : kahl , dutch : kaal , catalan : calb , spanish : calvo
9 CORPSE , persian : lasheh , german : leiche , hindi : lash
10 ON FOOT , persian : piadeh , french : a pied , italian : a piedi
11 SHAME , persian : sharm , german : scham , swedish : scam
12 ENOUGH , persian : bass (enough) ,basteh (it’s enough) and in rural persian : basta (it’s enough) , italian & spanish : basta (it’s enough)!…..also bassandeh in persian means ample, enough (source : farsilookup dictionary) , in spanish & italian “bastante” means plenty , enough….note how interestingly bassandeh and bastanteh have “plenty and ample” in common
13 GOOSE , persian : ghaaz , danish : gas , swedish : gas , spanish : ganso , slovenian : gos
14 LICK , persian : liss , polish : lizac , slovenian : lizati
15 MORGUE , persian : marg = death
16 DEAD , persian : mordeh , french : mort , italian : morto
17 JACKAL , persian : shaghal , french : chacal , italian : sciacallo , swedish : schakal
18 THAT , persian : ke , french : que , italian : che , hindi : ki
19 WHO , persian : ki , french : qui , italian : che
20 WHAT , persian : che or che chizi , italian : che cosa
21 MOTHER , persian : madar , italian : madre , spanish : madre , dutch : moeder , old english : modor , french : mere (audio mer) , gilaki dialect in iran : mar  ,  swedish : mor , slovenian : mati
22 Another old word for MOTHER , persian : maam , welsh : mam , english : mom or mum
23 FATHER , persian : pedar , italian : padre , german : vater , dutch : vader
24 DAUGHTER , persian : dokhtar , german : tochter , dutch : dochter , danish : datter
25 BROTHER , persian : baradar , german : bruder
26 SISTER , persian : khahar (but written khwahar) and in rural persian pronounced khwaer , welsh : chwaer (literally pronounced khwaer!) listen to the audio of welsh chwaer  here on this link    https://forvo.com/search/chwaer/
27 TOOTH , persian : dandan , italian : dente , french : dent , lithuanian : dantis
28 TWO , persian : do , spanish : dos , italian : duo , lithuanian : du , hindi : do , french : deux
29 FOUR , Persian : chahar , irish : ceathair (pronounced ka-hir)
30 FIVE , persian : panj , hindi : panch , greek : penta , polish :pięć (strangely pronounced like peench   https://translate.google.com/#cy/pl/five  click on speaker icon on the green link , like rural areas of iran !, that shows direction of travel of these words is from iran to europe and not vice versa
31 SIX , persian : shish or shesh , latvian : seši (seshi) , lithuanian : šeši (sheshi) , polish : sześć (shesc) , romanian : şase (shasse) , russian : sheyst , slovak : šesť (shest) , irish : sé (pronounced shay)
32 EIGHT , persian : hasht , german : acht , irish : ocht , hindi : aat
33 NINE , persian : noh , italian : nove , hindi : no , french : neuf , german : neun , irish : naoi , swedish: nio
34 SIXTY , persian : shast , russian : sheyst dee syaat , slovak : šesťdesiat (shestdesiat) , sanskrit : sasta
35 NEW , persian : no , german : neu , italian : nuovo , hindi : neya , irish : nua , norvegian : nye , romanian : nou , russian : nawvee
36 NO , persian : nah , romanian : nu , lithuanian : ne
37 PONDER , persian : pendar , spanish : pensar , portuguese : pensar , italian : pensare , french : penser
38 INTER , persian : andar , dutch : onder , german : unter
39 STAR , persian : setareh , avestan persian : star, stara , dutch : ster , italian : stella , german : stern
40 IS , persian : ast , german : ist , french : est , spanish : es
41 NOT or IS NOT , persian : nist , french : n’est , german : nicht
42 YOU or THOU , persian : to , italian : tu , slovenian : ti , german : du , hindi : to
43 PARADISE , persian : pardis
44 NAME , persian : naam , german : name , hindi : naam , italian : nome , french : nom
45 MOUSE , persian : mush , italian : mouse (pronounced mu – ze) , dutch : muis , croatian : mish , russian : mysh
46 WATER , persian : aab , sardinian : aba , old persian : ap , romanian : apă , sanskrit : aapah , in rural persian : “o” , french : eau
47 CHIN , persian : chaaneh
48 DOOR , persian : dar , dutch : deur
49 YOUNG , persian : javan , italian : giovane , french : jeune , lithuanian : jaunas , sanskrit : yavan , avestan persian : yuvan , latin : juvenis
50 EARTH , persian : zamin or zemin , avestan persian : zem , latvian : zeme , polish : ziemia , czech : země ,russian : zimliah
51 COW , persian : gav , sanskrit 3A go or gau , armenian : kov ,  latvian : govs ! ,
52 YOKE , persian : yough , german : joch
53 DEVIL , persian : div , italian : diavolo
54 STAND , persian : istadan , pahlavi persian : stendag = standing , lithuanian : stendas , old english : standan
55 NAVEL , persian : naf , icelandic : nafla , german : nabel
56 NAVE , persian : nav , italian : navata , french : nef
57 LIP , persian : lab , spanish : labio , italian : labbro , portoguese : labio , danish : læbe ,  english : labial (relating to the lips).
58 FAR , persian : fara (of course used as a prefix as : faratar= farther , and actual word for far in persian is dur).

59 WOMAN , persian : zan , croatian : žena , czech : žena , slovak : žena , kurdish : jin , avestan persian : jani , sanskrit : jani , english : gyno- = of woman , like gynecology.

60 WOMAN , persian : banu (meaning lady) , greek : bena , celtic : bean, benw , benyw (welsh).

61 STATE , persian : ostan , polish : stan , croatian : stanje , icelandic : astand.

62 STONE , irish : cloch , persian : clooch or clookh (of course doesn’t mean stone , but means fist size pieces of hardened and dried mud on outdoors).

63 MIDDLE or AVERAGE , persian : myaan or myaangin , french : moyen or moyenne , english : mean.

64 ANT , persian : moor , russian : moo raa vey , icelandic : maur , norwegian : maur , danish : myre , dutch : mier , bosnian : mrav.

65 TABLE , persian : miz , slovenian : miza , spanish : mesa , romanian : masă , bulgarian : masa , hindi : mez.

66 SLIPPERY or SMOOTH : persian : liz , french : lisse , portuguese : liso , italian : liscio , catalan : Lliscant , croatian : Kliženje.

67 NAIL , persian : nakhon , sanskrit : nakha , german : nagel.

68 SILVER , persian : sim , greek : asimi.

69 BRANCH (of a tree) , persian : shakheh , sanskrit : shaakha , lithuanian : šaka , hindi : shaaka.

70 FACE , persian : chehreh , middle english. : chere , old french : chiere , spanish : cara …”cheer” in modern english also is from the same root, “be of good cheer,” means, “put on a happy face.”.

71 KEY , persian : cleed or keleed , pahlavi persian : kileel , french : clé , czech : klíč , greek : kleidi , spanish : clave , latin : claudere =to lock up , english : “include” is from the same root, latin includere = shut in …in+ clude ( from latin claudere ).

72 SAINT , avestan persian : espand , romanian : sfânt , sânt , spanish : santo.

73 JUNGLE , persian : jangal , sanskrit : jangala (जंगल) which referred to uncultivated land , hindi : jangal , german : dschungel , russian : džúngli.

74 ORANGE , persian : nārang , sanskrit नारङ्ग (nāranga), meaning “orange tree” , spanish : naranja.

75 NOW , persian : aknun , middle persian : nun , german : nun , latin : nunc , danish : nu , dutch : nu , avestan : nû.

76 FAIRY , persian : pari , armenian : p’eri
77 FROM , persian : az or ze , croatian : iz , polish : z , slovenian : iz.

78 CHILDREN , persian : bachegan , welsh : bachgen (child , little boy).

79 AM or I AM , persian : hastam , polish : yestem , czech : ysem.

80 WE ARE , persian : hastim , spanish : estamos , slovak : sme.

81 YOU ARE (sing.) , persian : hasti , croatian : ste , czech : yste , lithuanian : esate , macedonian : ste , polish : yestes , portuguese : esta , slovak : ste.

82 CANDLE , persian : kandeel or ghandeel (a box or pot to let a candle shine in it).

Also from this link https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=imgIAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA24  “sanskrit derivations of english words” :
“CANDLE. Ang. Sax., candel; Sans., kan, splendere, to shine. Hence Lat., candeo, candela ; canus, hoary ; Hib., cann, the full moon; Pers., kandeel; Island., kinder, fire. Perhaps Eng., to kindle ; Chinese, chuh. The suffix la, Sans. la, has an active signification; candle, means shining.”.

83 BE AS A PREFIX , persian : beravam , begoft , benush, etc…., english : behold , become , beloved, german : bearbeiten ,benutzen , bemerken, etc….notice that BE functions in three languages the same ,i.e., with or without that BE the verbs meaning is almost the same ,and that BE seems to work just for emphasis.

84 MURDER , persian : mord = died , german : mord , swedish : mord , scottish : mort dutch : moord.

85 EQUAL , persian : yeki (to be one and the same)(yek = one) , sanskrit :eka = one , german : egal
86 MY or mine , old persian : manā …. in persian “man” means “i” and as you will see here in numorous indo-european languages the word for “my” or mine is a derivative of that “man” in persian meaning “i” as follows…. lithuanian : mano , latvian : mans , danish : min , dutch : mijn , french : mon , german : meine , icelandic : mina , irish : mo , norvegian : min , swedish : min , …Also from wiktionary for mine : From Middle English min, myn, from Old English mīn, from Proto-Germanic *mīnaz, from Proto-Indo-European *méynos. Cognate with Saterland Frisianmien, West Frisian myn, Dutch mijn, Low German mien, German mein, Danish, Swedish and Norwegianmin, Icelandic mín.

87 WE , persian : ma , kurdish : me , slovenian : me , latvian : mēs , lithuanian : mes , croatian : mi , russian : mee (pronounced sort of moey).

88 MAN (adult male) , persian : mard , old persian : martya , armenian : mard = husband , italian : marito = husband , spanish : marido= husband
89 ORDER (command) , persian : ord , middle persian : ard ,old persian : arta , portuguese : ordem , spanish : orden , scottish gaelic : òrdugh
90 FOOT , persian : pa , old persian : pad , french : pied , greek ; podi or pato , italian : piede , latvian : pēda , portuguese : pé …pedal and pedicure and etc. are from the same root
91 CHEEK , persian : gouneh , latin : gena , welsh : genou , greek : genus
92 WINTER , persian : zemestan , avestan : zimo , polish : zima , latvian : ziemas , lithuanian : žiema, croatian : zima , czech : zimni , russian : zeemaa
93 STERILE (incapable of producing offspring) , persian : starvan , sanskrit : stari , greek : steiros , gothic : stairo , slovenian : sterilne , …Also from “online etymology dictionary”: ” from PIE *ster- (1) “stiff, rigid, firm, strong”
94 SEVEN , persian : haft , avestan : hapta , greek : hepta….ALSO from ” online etymology dictionary ” :”seven (n.) Look up seven at Dictionary.comOld English seofon, from Proto-Germanic *sebun (source also of Old Saxon sibun, Old Norse sjau, Swedish sju, Danish syv, Old Frisian sowen, siugun, Middle Dutch seven, Dutch zeven, Old High German sibun, German sieben, Gothic sibun), from PIE *septm “seven” (source also of Sanskrit sapta, Avestan hapta, Hittite shipta, Greek hepta, Latin septem, Old Church Slavonic sedmi, Lithuanian septyni, Old Irish secht, Welsh saith).”.
95 ROOT (of a plant) , persian : risheh or risha , greek : riza , spanish : raiz , portuguese : raiz
96 BROW (eyebrow) , persian : abru , croatian : obrva , polish : brew , sanskrit : bhrū , old english : brū , russian : brawf
97 I AM NOT , persian : nistam , serbian : nisam , slovenian : nisem , slovak : neysem , polish : nie yestem
98 YOU ARE NOT (sing.) , persian : nisti , serbian : nisi , slovenian : niste , slovak : nieste , polish : nie yesteś
99 AXE , persian : tabar , russian : topór , romanian : topor
100 WHERE , persian : koja , isfahani persian : kooja , avestan persian : where = kudā — adverb; <kudā> ‘where’ — where , russian : kooda
101 FROM WHERE , persian : az koja or az kooja , avestan persian : where = kudā — adverb; <kudā> ‘where’ — where , russian : “at kooda”
102 FEATHER , persian : par, russian : pero , polish : pioro, belarusian : piaro , bulgarian : pero , croatian : pero , czech : peri , macedonian : perduv , slovak : perie ,
103 GRAB , old persian : grab , persian : gereftan , german : greifen , sanskrit : grabh , danish : greben
104 COWARD , persian : tarsoo , russian : troos , sanskrit : trasura (fearful) , avestan persian : tarshta (fear)
105 CLAY , persian : gel or geli or gelin (g pronounced like g in get) , russian : glina , polish : glina , macedonian : glina , croatian : glina , GLUE is also from the same root, from proto indo european “glei” meaning “to glue,paste, stick together”…ancient greek : glia (to glue)…russian : kley = glue
106 GROW (specially in plants) , persian : rostan , russian : rasten ! https://translate.google.com/#ru/en/rasten , croatian : rasti , czech : roost , macedonian : raste (ras-te) , russian : rasti , serbian :rasti , slovak : rast , ukrainian : zrostaty
107 PLANT (like a tree or vegetable) , persian : rostani , bulgarian : rastenie , russian : rasténije , serbian : rostlina , czech : rostlin , macedonian : rasteniJata , slovak : rastlin
108 TIGHT , persian : tang , lithuanian : tankus , sanskrit : tanc (draw together,contract) , french : etanche , hindi : tanga
109 GOD , old persian : baga , russian : bog , croatian : bog , macedonian :bog , polish : bóg , serbian : bog , ukrainian : boh
110 I WANT , persian : man khaham or khaham ,in rural persian : khayem or khoyem , , slovenian : khochem , slovak : khchem , russian : ya khahchu , ukrainian : ya khochu
111 WE WANT , persian :, ma khaheem or khaheem , russian : mo khatim , ukrainian : my khochemo , czech : khcheme , polish : khcheme , slovak : khacheme
112 QUESTION , persian : porsesh or vapors (as in this persian poem : derazye shab az bimar vapors) , russian : vapros , bulgarian : vǎpros , polish : prosic = ask , sanskrit : prashnam , russian : ask = praaseets
113 UMBRELLA , persian : chatr , bulgarian : chadŭr , macedonian : chador , hindi : Chātā , sanskrit : chhatra
114 PILAF , persian : polo , in some rural areas of iran : pelo or pilo , russian : plov , ukrainian : plov , ….otherwise almost all countries in the world : pilaf….oriental dish of rice boiled with meat, from Turkish pilav, from Persian pilaw. Spelling influenced by Modern Greek pilafi, from the Turkish word.
115 AFTER or LATER, persian : pas or sepas , albanian : pas , latvian : pēc ( pes) , pashton ( part of afghanistan ) : pas le , belarusian : paslia , russian : posle , spustya , spanish : después , portuguese : despois , latin : post = after , english : postpone
116 COQUETRY or AFFECTIONATE or TENDER , persian : naaz , albanian : naze ( na-ze) , russian : nezhni , czech : nezhni
117 OH or O , persian : interesting about this oh is this that different countries they use oh, o , akh , ah , okh , oi , ooi, but in persian language actually we use all of those
118 GIVE , persian : daadan , macedonian : dade (daa-de) , croatian : daati , czech : daat , russian : daat , serbian : daati , slovak ; daat , ukrainian : daati
119 WE ASK , persian ; ma porsim , russian : moy prosim , polish : prosimi , slovenian : prosimo , albanian : pyesim
120 WRITE , persian : (neveshtan, nebeshtan , nevis …pahlavi persian : nipishtan) , sanskrit : niviz ( to write down ) , serbian : napišite (napishi-te)…written (serbian & croatian) = napisan
121 BIND , persian : band (imperative) , german : binden , danish : binde , dutch : binden , norwegian : bind , sanskrit : bandh (to bind)
122 BAND (a strip to wrap around or tighten ) , persian : band , german : band , dutch : band , swedish : band , norwegian : band , sanskrit : bandham = bondage
123 GOD , persian : khoda , hindi : khuda , gothic : by god = bi guda , danish : gud , swedish : gud , norwegian : gud
124 TENT , persian : chador , croatian : shator , hungarian : shator, macedonian : shator , serbian :
shator , slovenian : shotor , …chador in persian is from the same root of chatr (umbrella) and sanskrit chhatra (umbrella)
125 WE STAND , persian : ma istim , russian : moy stoim , belarusian : moy staim , bulgarian : stoim , polish : stoimy , portuguese : estamos , spanish : estamos ,
126 WE GIVE , persian : ma dahim , russian : moy daem , polish : damy , portugese : damos , spanish : damos , polish : dăm , slovenian : damo , italian : diamo , sanskrit : give = daa
127 PUSS (the face) , persian : poozeh ( lips and mouth of animals, also used for humans when rude), irish : pus = lip, mouth….in many IE languages word for kiss is similar to persian boos or booseh for kiss, which is similar to poozeh and pus meaning lip…swedish : puss= kiss ,albanian : lip = buze, romanian : lip =buze
128 BRAIN , persian : maghz , avestan persian : mazga , russian: mozg , polish : mózg , croatian :mozak , czech : mozek , macedonian : mozokot , sanskrit : masthaka
129 FLY ( insect ) , persian : magas , pahlavi persian : magas , makhsh , greek : mýga , russian : mukha , latin : musca , german : mücke , hindi : makkhī , sanskrit : maksika
130 CHEW , persian : javidan , russian : zhevatʹ , belarusian : žavać , croatian : žvakati , ukrainian : zhuvaty … also the word JAW part of face used to chew , has same common root with persian verb ” javidan” to chew
131 CHANT , persian : khan (imperative for sing) ,khandan (verb to sing) , latin : cantare ( to sing ) , PIE (proto indo-european) base ” kan-” to sing , {{ SINGER , italian : cantante , persian : khanandeh }}
132 ANTE or ANT as a suffix , like accountant , persian : “andeh” like “khanandeh” (singer)
133 TEAR (verb : to pull apart) , persian (in provinces of shiraz and isfahan) : pokidan , serbian : pokida…..also generally in persian : daridan or deridan , proto-indoeuropean : der- , old english : teran
134 “-AN” , in old english , the infinitive ends in “-an” for nearly all verbs like helpan (to help) ,swimman (to swim)…..the same is true for all persian verbs (infinitive) like raftan ,goftan….in german verbs (infinitive) all end in “-en”
135 SLIPPER (kind of shoe) ,{ persian :”papoush”=shoe (pa=foot,poush=cover)} , croatian : papuča (papusha) , romanian : papuc , polish : papuć , serbian : papučica (papouchisa) , czech : papuče , greek : shoe= papoútsi , macedonian : pápuča , bosnian : papuča , italian : babbuccia , spanish : babucha….This shows origin of all variatios of the word “papoush” is from Persia ( Iran ),because “papoush” is a combination word, and none of those countries use poush=cover, but they use papoush as footcover=shoe or slipper
136 -Y (suffix ,like victor victory) , persian : -Y ( pirooz piroozy= victor victory / khoon khoony= blood bloody/shen sheny=sand sandy/baran barany=rain rainy /abr abry= cloud cloudy
137 QUEST (seek, ask) , persian : khast (but written khwast), middle english : questen , kurdish : khwestin = to want , (persian : khastan ,but written khwastan)
138 -SHIRE (like yorkshire), persian : -shahr (like iranshahr or etc. …this word was used by sassanids , somewhere i read that the word “sherif” too is related to shehrap (word used by sassanids for royal authority for a city)
139 -GRAD (like stalingrad or belgrade a suffix in russian or slavic meaning city) , persian : -gerd or -gard( meaning city, like hashtgerd or susangerd)
140 A- ( negative prefix like amoral) , persian : a- (like amordad =not mortal, amard= not a man, but a boy)
141 AN- or UN- (negative prefix like unjust), persian : an- (like anahita in avesta= not ahita, ahita means dirty, smeared, etc.)
142 IMMORTAL , persian : amordad, avestan persian : amertat …Also from ” online etymology dictionary” for mortal : “This is reconstructed to be from PIE *mr-o- “to die,” *mr-to- “dead,” *mr-ti- “death” (sources also of Sanskrit mriyate “to kill,” martave “to die,” mrta- “died, dead,” mrtih “death,” martah “mortal man;” amrta- “immortal;” Avestan miriia- “to die,” miryeite “dies,” Old Persian martiya- “man;””
143 RATION (allotment) , old persian & avesta : ratush , ratu- = allotment
144 -VILLE ( french suffix meaning city ) , persian : -bil like city of ardabil (which its ancient name in iran was artavil meaning “holy city” (arta=holy, vil = city),…. other countries : nashville , louisville etc
145 HOMO- , as a prefix , : ((Words that include: homo-, hom- (Greek: same, equal, like, similar, common; one and the same).like the word homogenous)),… persian : ham, like hamkar, hamrah, hamsar…it is interesting that in rural and provincial areas of iran this ham is pronounced as hom , like homrah in arak and other provinces…actually persian words are kept more intact as their ancient forms in provinces and rural areas
146 MAMMAL , persian : mameh = woman’s breast ,tit , portuguese : mama , latin : mamma = breast , romanian : mamelon = teat,nipple
147 NANNY , persian : naneh or nanah = mother (in common talking) , sanskrit : nana = mother , greek : nanna = aunt ,
148 Niño (in spanish means child, baby ,infant) , persian : nini = baby or small child
149 BREAST, TIT, persian : pestan or in informal talking “pestoon” or “pesoon” , spanish : pezón (pronounced peson )
150 OFFEND , persian : aafand = attack, latin : offendere = “to hit, strike against”
151 RUSTIC (characteristic of or resembling country people ) , persian : rustaee (people from villages )( pronounced roostaee), persian : rusta (roosta)= village , italian : rustico ( pronounced roostico) , norwegian : rustikk (pronounced roostik), romanian : rustic (roostic), serbian : rustičan (roostisan)…
152 OWL , persian : buf (boof) , albanian : buf , armenian : bu , portuguese : bufo , romanian : bufniță , spanish : búho , macedonian : buv , latin : bubo
153 SHIT ( human excrement ) , persian : kekeh (specially around isfahan provinces) , armenian : (k’ak’) , dutch : kak , german : kacke , irish : cac , italian : cacca , latvian : kaka , macedonian : kaka
154 BONE , persian : ostokhan , greek : osto , portoguese : osso , italian : osso , russian : kost , serbian : koštan
155 ANEW , persian : azno , or zeno , russian : zanovo , serbian : iznova , slovak : znova , croatian : iznova….the reason of this similarity of persian and slavic languages about the word “anew”, is this : the word “from” in persian is “az” or “ze” , the word “from” in slavic languages is “iz” or “z” and the word “new” in both languages are similar ..and both say “from new” instead of “anew”
156 ME , persian : the word “man” in persian means ” i ” and in rural areas they say “men” ,me (meh) or “mo” instead of “man” , now you will see almost in all indo-european languages, this “ME” has affinity to the persian words ” man , men, meh , mo” all meaning “I”…lithuanian : man , bosnian : mene , italian : me (meh) , french : moi , greek : mou , russian : mne, croatian : mene , …and more
157 ATROCITY , latin : ater, atrox = black, darkened with fire, cruelty , avestan persian : athra = fire , pahlavi persian : atur = fire , modern persian : azar = fire
158 FIRE , persian : azar , polish : żar , belarusian : pažar, bosnian : udar , avestan persian : athra , croatian : vatra , serbian : vatra
159 ANCHOR , avestan persian : anku = hook , greek : ankura , albanian : ankoroj ( to anchor )
160 IRON (metal) , pahlavi persian : asin, ahen , german : eisen , kurdish : asin , baluchi : asan , persian : ahan
161 THIN , persian : tonok , croatian : tanak , belarusian : tonki , bulgarian : tŭnŭk , czech : tenký , macedonian : tenka , russian : tonkiy , ukrainian : tonkyy̆ , serbian : tanak , sanskrit : tanuka
162 WIDOW , avestan persian : vidhavā , bengali : bidhaba , czech : vdova , dutch : weduwe , german : witwe , gujarati : vidhavā , hindi : vidhavā , tamil : vitavai , italian : vedova , russian: vdova , portuguese : viúva , french : veuve , Talysh (northern iran) : viva , persian : biva or biveh
163 WORM , persian : kerm , albanian : krimb , irish : cruimh , old irish : cruim , latvian : cērme , lithuanian : kirmėlė , dari and tajik versions: KIRM ; old prussian: KIRMS
164 LIVER , persian : jigar , macedonian : džíger (jiger) , bosnian : džigerica (jigernitsa) , latin : jecur , english : jecoral = of or pertaining to the liver , avestan persian : yakara , pahlavi persian : jakar, jagar
165 JUICE , “liquid extract obtained by boiling herbs,” from Old French jus “juice, sap, liquid” , from Latin ius “broth, sauce, juice” , persian : jush = boiling , sanskrit : yush = juice , broth , avestan persian : yesh : to boil
166 COTTON , persian : pambeh or panbeh , pahlavi persian : pambak or panbak , albanian : pambuk , armenian : bambak , bosnian : pamuk , bulgarian : pamuk , greek : vamváki , latin : bombicis , romanian : bumbac
167 WHO IS , persian : kist , or ki-yeh , in isfahan province = ki-es , french : qui est ( ki-yeh) , italian : chi è ( ki-yeh) , portuguese : que está ( kista ) , “who is this ? ” in french = Qui est-ce ? ( ki-es ),….listen to these pronounciations on “google translate” , strangely they sound like persian or iranian !
168 PISS (urine) , persian : pishab (=urine , literally meaning front water ) , hindi : Pēśāba , polish : pisha , romanian : pişa (pisha) , bosnian : pisham , macedonian : pisham , croatian : pišati (pishati ) , italian : piscio ( pisho) , swedish : pissa , icelandic : pissa , french : pisse , danish : piss….this is another word that shows origin of a lot of indo-european words are persian , because pishab is a combination word and no country uses “pish” as a word for “front”
169 CAT , persian : pishi ( also sort of calling cat to come forward ) , tajik : pishak , romanian : pisică , baluchi : pishi
170 KNOW , persian : dana = “a knowing ,wise person” , avestan or old persian : zan or zana = to know , dan or dana = to know , kurdish : zanîn , russian : znat’ , bulgarian : znaya , serbian : znati , macedonian : znáe
171 WAGE (money paid to worker ) , persian : mozd , old iranian,avestan : mizda , czech : mzda , slovak : mzda , greek : misthós
172 WOOD , old iranian ,avestan : drav- , russian : drva , albanian : dru , belarusian : dreva , bosnian : drva , bulgarian : dŭrvo , serbian : drva , polish : drewno….in today’s persian “dar” means tree, of course in combination, like dar-o-drakht
173 CUP , old iranian , pahlavi persian : koppeh or koffe = cup or bowl , today’s persian : koppeh = A pile of earth, gravel, sand, rocks, or debris heaped (like an upside down cup or like a tiny mountain , avestan persian : kaufa= mountain , danish : kop , norwegian : kopp , spanish : copa ,Latin : cupa= “tub, cask” , from PIE(proto indoeuropean) *keup- “a hollow” ( Sanskrit kupah “hollow, pit, cave” , Germanic; Old Frisian kopp “cup, head,” Middle Low German kopp “cup,” Middle Dutch coppe, Dutch kopje “cup, head.” German cognate Kopf now means exclusively “head”…bulgarian : kup = pile, heap , czech : kupa = pile , heap , latvian : čupa , lithuanian : kaupas = pile,heap, polish : kupa = pile, heap , russian : kipa = pile,heap , ukrainian : kupa = pile , heap
174 TAME , persian : daam= a tame animal, DOMestic animals , Sanskrit damayati= “tames” , latin : domare= “to tame” , greek : daman= to tame , old english : tom = domesticated , old high german : zam
175 TAME , persian : raam =tamed , lithuanian : ramus
176 CALM , persian : aaraam , lithuanian : ramus , greek : i̱remía
177 DOMESTIC , persian : daam= a tame animal, DOMestic animals , Sanskrit damayati= “tames” , latin : domare= “to tame” , greek : daman= to tame , old english : tom = domesticated , old high german : zam
178 ROB , persian : robudan , roba = robber , pahlavi persian : r6b , from PIE *reup-, *reub- “to snatch” , belarusian : rabavać , polish : rabować , portuguese : roubar
179 SNOW , pahlavi persian : snexr [snyhl] , snezag [snyeh] , belarusian : snieh , ukrainian : snih , bosnian : snijeg (snieh) , bulgarian : snyag , czech : snih , danish : sne , dutch : sneeuw , russian : sneg , german : schnee
180 SPHERE , persian : sepehr= sky…pahlavi persian : { spihr [spy(y)hl I (M <spyr), N sipihr] sphere, sky, firmament, fate. “,ig [yk ‘ ] heavenly….} –> { from “A CONCISE PAHLAVI DICTIONARY ” by D. N. MAcKENZIE Professor of Iranian Studies at the University of Gottingen } ….also from Wiktionary : {Compare Middle Persian (spihr, “sphere, sky”), Persian سپهر (sepehr, “sky”).}
181 HERE , persian : eedar ( in some poems) , pahlavi persian : eedar , english : hither , old english : hider , greek : edó̱ , hindi : idhara
182 SNEEZE , pahlavi persian (middle persian) : shnoshag , in some local rural areas in iran : eshnuse , in khansar area of iran : shneezeh
183 TIME , persian : zamaan , pahlavi persian : zamaan , armenian : (‍amanak) , from PIE : “dimon” , also persian : dam , sanskrit : samaya …(so zamaan is not taken from arabic language, but vice versa)…old english : tima …((Old High German: zīmo , Middle High German: zīme , Alemannic German Zimen, Zīmmän (“time, time of the year, opportune time, opportunity”)…this part from wiktionary about etymology of “time” ))
184 GLASS (glass of tea or wine for example) , persian : estekan , this estekan , at first was an old persian word doostagani (meaning big glass of wine that friends drink together from the same glass, doost means friend), then around 16th century through turkish language this persian word goes to russia and becomes stakan and again comes back to iran, and now people believe that is a russian word .. if you google استکان دوستگاني you find sources about this.
185 , LAMB , persian : barreh , belarusian : baranina , russian : baranina , ukrainian : baranyna
186 TRESS or HAIR , persian : gees , pahlavi persian : gees , Sanskrit: केश (sa) m (kéœa) , Marathi (a state in india) : kes केस , belarusian : casa , russian : casa or cosa , ukrainian : casa, bulgarian : kosa , macedonian : kosa
187 , HEALTH , avestan persian : drvat , bulgarian : zdrave , czech : zdravi , polish : zdrowotny , russian : zdorov’ye , bosnian : zdravlje , pahlavi persian : drod , drustih …today’s persian “dorood ” for greeting actually comes from pahlavi persian drod (health) and that too comes from avestan drvat meaning health…and in russian dorood for greeting is zdorovo ( also comes from the word health)
186 SHEPHERD , persian : choopan or shaban , pahlavi persian : shuban , ukrainian : chaban , russian : chaban (in some literature) ,of course real equivalent for shepherd in russian is “pastukh” …but some other slavic countries : çoban or èobanin , but seems they got it through turkish which sure got it from persian originally
189 CORPSE , BODY , avestan persian : kehrp , tanu , pahlavi persian : kirb , tan , german : Kِrper , irish : corp , italian : corpo , latin : corpus , spanish : cuerpo , persian : tan
190 NOTHING , pahlavi persian : not any = eech , persian : heech , albanian : hiç (heech) , avestan persian : naêdâ = not at all, neither , spanish : nada
191 HUNDRED , persian : sad , pahlavi persian : sad , avestan persian : satem , irish : céad , romanian : suta , russian : sto , bosnian : sto , czech :sto , sanskrit : zata , macedonian : sto
192 VOICE , avestan persian : vac = speak , say , also <vâc-> = ‘voice’ — , also vacah = word , (today’s persian : vazheh or vazhah = word)…”from PIE root *wekw- “give vocal utterance, speak” ( Sanskrit vakti “speaks, says,” vacas- “word;”) …latin : vox, voc = voice…vocal and vocabulary have also common roots with these
193 PILE (heap) , italian : pelo = hair, fur , coat , pile , proto-indo-european : pilo = hair , latin : pilus = hair , pileus = felt cap , greek : pilus = felt , persian : pileh (peeleh) = cocoon , persian : pashm-o-pilee = wool and hair , spanish : pelo = hair , english : pillage (plunder) is also from the same root as Latin pilare “to strip of hair” …source partially from : etymologicaldictionary-persian-english.pdf ali nourai
194 NOSE , sabzevari persian : nos , czech : nos , old english : nosu , polish : nos , romanian : nas , russian : nos , sanskrit : nasa , italian : naso , german : nase , swedish : näsa , urdu : nâk , gujarati : nak , proto-indo-european : néh₂s- , nh₂es- , some of these languages use nose as a word for “TIP of something like a pencil tip or BEAK” , in persian the word for TIP and BEAK is nok…notice that in urdu and gujarati word for nose is nak …also even in some languages word for beak is nos or nokka , like polish nos or finnish nokka (though finnish not inbdoeuropean)
195 THIRST , avestan persian : tarshna , hindi : Tr̥ṣṇâ , sanskrit : tRSNA , danish : t¸rst , pahlavi persian : tishn , persian teshnegi , …and all these have common root with avestan word tarshu- meaning dry , or PIE ters = dry , modern english terse also is from the same root…also latin terra= dry land , english terrain…partially from “online etymology dictionary”
196 TAPE and TAPESTRY and TAFFETA , from latin : tapete = carpet and that from persian : taafte or tabide = twisted or woven ..bosnian : tapeti , romanian : tapet ….source partially from (tapestry online etymology dictionary)
197 TEPID , from Latin tepidus “lukewarm,” from tepere “be warm,” from PIE root *tep- “warm” ( Sanskrit tapati “makes warm, heats, burns,” tapah “heat;” … Avestan tafnush “fever”)…persian tapesh = heat , taab = heat , tab= fever , taabe = frying pan…pahlavi persian for taabe is taapak
198 NEXT (near,like next to you) , persian : nazd , dutch : naast , danish : n؟ste , icelandic : n؟sta , avestan persian : nazda , swedish : nästa , norwegian : neste , …source partially from “Avestan English Cognates.”
199 TERRIBLE , TERRIFIC , TERROR , TREMBLE , from PIE : tres = to tremble , avestan persian : tras = fear , tarshta = frightened , serbian : straًan = terrific , bosnian : straًan = terrific , latin : terer = to frighten , french : terreur = terror , persian : tars = fear , persian : coward = tarsu , russian : coward = trus , Sanskrit : trasati = “trembles , slovak : trias‌ sa = tremble
200 UTERUS , avestan persian : udara = abdomen , Sanskrit udaram “belly” , Latin uterus = “womb, belly” , from PIE root *udero- “abdomen, womb, stomach” , Lithuanian vederas = “sausage, intestines, stomach, lower abdomen,”
201 VOMIT , pahlavi persian : vamitan = vomit (from mackenzie concise pahlavi dictionary) and “An Etymological Dictionary of Persian, English and other Indo-European Languages” …interesting !!…. , PIE : wem = vomit , avestan persian : vam = vomit , latin : vomere = to vomit , french : vomir , italian : vomitare
202 BEAR ( carry ) , persian : baar = load , bordan = to carry , albanian : barrë = load , armenian : berr = load , gujarati : bhāra= load , hindi : bhāra= load , from PIE *bher- “to bear, to carry, to take” ( Sanskrit bharati “carries;” Avestan baraiti “carries;” Old Persian barantiy “they carry;” Armenian berem “I carry;” ) , Russian brat’ “to take” , danish : bوre , icelandic : bera
203 BARN , persian : anbaar , ambaar , ancient persian : hambara , pahlavi persian : hambaar , bulgarian : hambar , romanian : hambar , russian : ambar , bosnian : ambar , serbian : ambar
204 PLAY ( fun ,game ,recreation) , persian : bazi , pahlavi persian : wazig (v.) wazidan; (instrument) sriidan, (flute) pazd-. , neapolitan ( southern italy) : pazzià , greek : paيzo̱ (v)(play, frolic, fool around, game, trifle, )…notice the similarity of pahlavi persian “pazd-.” and neapolitan “pazzià” and greek “paízo”…also persian “bazi ” the letters b and p are always close to eash other in all languages
205 SALTY , persian : (shur) , prussian : sûrs (aj) Sûris + sûrus salty, salt (salty) , Lithuanian: sûrus m, sûri f , armenian : sur ( acute, sharp, keen, bitter, exquisite, salty) , pahlavi persian : sôr
206 HEAT, from PIE ghworm (“warm”); old english: wearm; persian: garma ; old prussian: gorme; latvian: garme; armenian: jerm; proto-slavic: ger …(this word #206 was suggested by freesogdian username on youtube)
207 HEAD, persian: dari and tajik version: KALLA; iranian version: KALLEH; old high german; calua; latin: calva (“skull”); bulgarian: glava; serbian: glava; sloven.: glâva, czech, slovac; hlava; polish: g³owa, russian, ukrain.; golova; lithuanian: galvà, latvian: galva, old prussian: gallû ….(this word #207 was suggested by freesogdian username on youtube)
208 DADDY (Father), from PIE: tet, tat; hittite: luwian: tati(ja), tati(a), lykian: tedi; old indian: tata; persian: tajik version: DADA; old greek: tata; russian: tyatya; bolg.: tato; serbo-croatian: tata; slovenic: táta; czech: táta; slovac: tàtà; polish, upper sorbian, lower sorbian: tàtà; lithuanian: tetis; latvian: tete; old prussian: thetis (” grandfather”); old english: dad; old frisian: ded; old norse: dad; old high german: tat; german; tat….(this word #208 was suggested by freesogdian username on youtube)
209 “BULLRUSH (plant) or MILLET or BULRUSH , german: hirse; old anglo-saxon: hersija; kurdish: herzin; talish: arzyn, persian: ARZAN…”…suggested by username freesogdian
210 HOLE , khansari persian (isfahan state) : hola , for source google : میگویند ((hola در زبان خوانساری به سوراخ (( هل , icelandic : hola , lithuanian : ola , Proto-Germanic : hul¹ , dutch : hol , danish : hul
211 DOG , avestan persian : spā or spaka , khansari persian : espa , eshtehardi persian : espa , russian : sobaka , pashto : spəy , old persian : saka ( source page 131 pdf of رﻳﺸﻪ. ﺷﻨﺎﺳﻲ واژه. ﻫﺎﻳﻲ از ﮔﻮﻳﺶ ﺑﺨﺘﻴﺎري ) , slovak : suka = female dog , russian : suka (bitch, female dog as insult) , polish : suka= female dog , pahlavi persian : sag , persian : sag
212 EAR , persian : goush , avestan persian : ushi , czech: ucho , polish: ucho , latvian: auss , gothic : لusō , ancient greek : oũs , old prussian : auss , albanian : vesh…source : Indo-European vocabulary…From Wikipedia, … & wiktionary
213 YEAR , avestan persian : yare (yaare) , borazjani persian : pariyar , piriyar , pirar = 2 years ago…like parirooz (2 days ago), so the “yar” at the end of pariyar means year ! even in today’s persian this word ” pirar sal” originally was pariyar…that means still we are using that avestan word yaare for year !…in most old poems they use only “pirar” for 2 years ago ,not pirar sal….also notice how similar are dutch and german and avestan pronunciations for year : avestan yaare , german jahr ( yaar ) , dutch jaar ( yaar )
214 EGG , pahlavi persian : khayeg , kurdish : hêk , borazjani persian : khag , persian : khagineh = a food made of eggs , belarusian : jajka ( yayka) , bosnian : jaje ( yaye) , persian : khaye = man’s testicle , polish : jajko ( yayko )…for more etymology search for hêk in wiktionary
215 PIGEON (BIRD), old prussian: keutaris; persian: KABUTAR, KAFTAR; sanskrit: kapota…this word contributed by username freesogdian
216 RAVEN (BIRD) or MAGPIE , persian: ZAGH (a raven); old prussian: zaggata (a magpie); latvian: zagata (a magpie); latgalian: zogota (“a magpie”)…..this word contributed by youtube username freesogdian
217 GRANDCHILD, latin: nepos; albanian: nip; sanskrit: napat; avestan: napat; persian: NABERA…….this word contributed by youtube username freesogdian….uploader drycity : (( mackenzie pahlavi dictionary : grandson : nab (new persian nawa)…)) …iranians say naweh and also nabireh
218 TO CREATE, lithuanian: kurti (to create); old prussian: KURTUN (to create); avestan: karta; old persian: kurta; persian: KARDAN ( to make, to produce, to perpetrate); sanskrit: cartum ( to do)…this word contributed by youtube username freesogdian
219 MARK , (Proto-Germanic *marko (Old Norse merki “boundary, sign) , .Gothic marka “boundary”…old high german marha , Avestan persian : mareza- “border”) from online etymology dictionary , ….( from wikipedia for March (territory) : , Persian and Armenian marz (“borderland”).”)…pahlavi persian : marz = boundary….also on webster’s third new international dictionary unabridged 1967 about etymology of the word mark is mentioned persian marz boundary….sanskrit : marya or maryada (mark border boundary)..
220 “EIGHT & EIGHTY” (as two separate words) , scottish gaelic : ochd & ochdad , like persian : hasht & hashtad
221 “SIX HUNDRED” , polish : szeœوset (sheshset) , like persian : sheshsad !
222 “SIX HUNDRED FIVE” , polish : “Sześćset pięć”(sheshsetpenj ), like persian : sheshsadopanj !
223 “FIVE HUNDRED FIVE” , polish :Pięćset pięć” ( pensatpenj ), like persian : pansadopanj !
224 “FIVE HUNDRED” , polish : Pięćset  (pienjset ), like persian : pansad….if you listen to the audio of last four polish words of above words ( 221 , 222 , 223 , 224 ) on “google translate” , you will be amazed how they sound like persian or farsi , as if that polish lady is iranian…find those amazing four audio pronuciations links on top of word # 223 on regular comments of this video , and then click on speaker icon on translation page to hear it.
225 FORELOCK ( a lock of hair above forehead), persian: KAAKOL; latvian: cekulis; russian: khokhol; ukrain.: khokhol; belarus.: khakhol; czech, slovak, polish: chochol (“khokhol”); upper sorbian: khochol; lower sorbian: chochol;….this word contributed by FreeSogdian username on youtube ….drycity : btw kaakol is an old word in persian language , i found an old persian poet Vahshi Bafghi used this word kaakol in one of his poems around 400 yerars ago : به تار کاکل خور تاب دادی
226 CHILD or KID , persian : kudak , lituanian : kūdikis (baby , kid) , pahlavi persian : kudak (young, small, baby)
227 PRAISE , persian : laaf (brag, boast, brave, gammon, hector, praise …source google translate) , dutch : lof , german : lob , swedish : lov , icelandic : lof , lofa
228 NOTHING : bosnian : nishta , german : nichts . persian : nist = is not , nist o nabood = destroyed to nothing
229 VIRILE (adj.) , old persian (achamenid period) : vira = man (male) …… late 15c., from Old French viril, from Latin virilis “of a man, manly,” from vir “a man, a hero,” from PIE *uiHro “freeman” (cf. Sanskrit virah, Avestan vira-, Lithuanian vyras, Old Irish fer, Welsh gwr, Gothic wair, Old English wer “man”). Virile member for “penis” is recorded from 1540s
230 WAR , persian : karzar = war field ( old persian kar = war , zar suffix meaning a lot or place of) , old persian : kar , lithuanian : karo , karas , latvian : karš ,
231 FLAG , persian : drafsh (as in drafsh-e-kaviani) , armenian : drosh , sanskrit : drapsa , french : drapeau , georgian : drosha , romanian : drape
232 WAS , persian : bud or budi (būd or būdi ) , lithuanian : būti , slovenian : biti , slovak : byt , russian : byvat’ = be , happen (persian : bovad ) , ukrainian : buty , latvian : būt …in some provincial areas of iran was = bid or bidi , sanskrit : bhuud.h = was
233 MONKEY , persian : boozineh (one of several words for monkey in persian , this word is not a new word and is used in poems as old as 400 years ago) , russian : îلهçüےيà (obez’yana )( abizyana) , lithuanian : be‍d‍ionė ( bezdonia)
234 FIND , old persian (achamenid period) : vinda = finder (rtavinda = arta finder) , old frisian : finda , sanskrit : vindate , pahlavi persian : vindaadan , middle dutch : vinden , pahlavi-pazand : vandaadan , dutch : vinden
235 FOR WHAT ? , persian : ze che , az che , czech : za co (za cha !) , romanian : de ce ( de che) , polish : za co (za cha) , serbian : za šta ( za sha )…notice some provincial areas in iran say cha instead of che =what and za instead of ze =of , for….slovak : preèo (precho=for what) = why = persian : barachi (for what)
236 MARGARET (name for girls) , meaning pearl …”Margaret is a female first name, derived from the Sanskrit word for pearl मञ्जरी maٌjarî. Alternately, it might be of Persian origin, derived from the Persian language marvârid (مروارید), a pearl or daughter of light.” ) from wikipedia)…..also from the book ” Etyma Latina ” : “tmargarita pearl : ffiapyapirrjs (Got. marikreitus ; Pers. merwdrid Zen- ker 838 c) : hardly cf. Sk. manjari.f ” …interestingly in persian or iranian “morvarid” is a first name for girls too
237 BEAR (animal) , persian : khers , pahlavi persian : khirs , romanian : urs , french : ours , latin ursus , italian : orso , welsh : arth , … from wiktionary : ” Avestan: (arša-), Sogdian: aša , Khotanese: arrä , Ossetian: àًٌ (ars)”
238 CHICKEN , persian : kärk (according to dehkhoda persian dictionary and specially in mazandaran and gilan provinces) , pahlavi persian : kark , irish : cearc (kark) , ukrainian : kurka , belarusian : kuryca , czech : kuّe , slovac : kura , or kurèa (kurcha) , polish : kurczaka (kurchaka) , interestingly in persian “korch or kurch” means “brooding of chickens”
239 RIVER , persian : rud , old persian : rauta , sanskrit : srotah = stream , irish : sruth = river , stream , sanskrit : sraveti : flows , lithuanian : sraveti : to trickle , ooze …this word conributed by youtube username freesogdian then shortened and then added a bit by uploader of this video
240 THIS , avestan persian : aēta- or ava- , spanish : esta , belarusian : heta , greek : af̱tَ , russian : eto (eta) , swedish : detta , bengali : এটা (e‏a) , sanskrit : etat , macedonian : (َva) , bosnian : ova , serbian : ova
241 SLEEP , persian : khaab but written khvab , in some rural areas in iran : khov … av.: xvafna , pah. : xuftan , sans. : svapiti { svap } or supti , swedish : sova , icelandic : sofa , norwegian : sّvn , ….linguists say kh in some avestan words becomes s in sanskrit and most other indoeuropean languages…so you see here if all those s letters in the beginnings of svap or supti or sov change to kh ,they sound very similar to iranian khvab , khufti , khov …
242 STORM , persian : buran , belarusian : bura , bulgarian : burya , macedonian : bura , polish : burza , russian : burya , slovak : bْrka ,
243 BLOND , REDDISH BROWN , persian : bour = blond , reddish brown , english : boron , sanskrit : babhru – reddish brownه , belarusian : boru , czech : bor , russian : bora , hindi : Bōrāna
244 ROW ( line ) , persian : radeh , pahlavi persian : radag , belarusian : radok , bosnian : red , bulgarian : red , czech : ّřádek, ّada , danish : rad , rه , norwegian : rad , swedish : rad , ukrainian : ryadok , …. also persian : raj , sanskrit : râji , dutch : rij
245 AXLE , AXIS , persian : aaseh ( آس، آسیا. محور، سنگ آسیا معین: فرهنگ لغت , also by google translate to persian) , italian : asse (aase !) , dutch : aas , bulgarian : os , icelandic : ás  , latvian : as (aas) , polish : oœ , romanian : osie , russian : os’ , sanskrit : aksa
246 DOMAIN , persian : daaman= skirt , persian : daamaneh = domain (by google translate), surroundings , sanskrit : dhaman ( a house , domain) , bosnian : domena , croatian : domene (audio sounds like persian damaneh ) , french audio too : domaine , macedonian : domen , russian : domena , belarusian : damiena …
247 KICK , persian : lagad , russian : (  лягать) lyagat’ (ligat) = to kick or kicks , greek : lagadon = kick with the heel
248 BALL , persian : goluleh (something round like a ball , also a bullet) or guleh or gula , sanskrit : glau , gulika , polish : kula , slovak : gula , urdu : gola , swedish : kula , czech : koule
249 , FLAME , persian : gor = flame (like “gor gereftan” = catching fire) , russian : goret’ = burn , flame , bosnian : goriti =burn , flame , bulgarian : gorya , croatian : goriti , sanskrit : gharati
250 LIE ( not true) , persian : dorugh , sanskrit : drogh , german : betrug = deceit , old english : driogan : to deceit , old high german : triugan = to deceit , dutch : bedrog = deceit , avestan persian : druj = lie , deceit
251 REMAIN , persian : maandan , also bemaan or maan in persian means “you stay or remain” , avestan persian : maan = to remain , greek : méno̱ = stay, remain…(( latin : manere “to stay, abide”, (cognates: Greek menein “to remain,” Persian mandan “to remain” ….last line partially from “online etymology dictionary” ))…also from wiktionary about latin word “maneo “= i stay , : ((related to Persian مان (mān, “remain”), Ancient Greek ىفيù (ménô, “I remain”)…)).

252 BURP , persian : arogh or arugh , bulgarian : origvane , portuguese : arroto , italian : rutto , macedonian : origvane , russian = rygat’ , spanish = eructo , english = eruct , also from online etymology dictionary : cognates: Lithuanian rugiu “to belch,” Greek eryge, Armenian orcam).

253 EST (superlative suffix , like greatest) , middle persian : mahist = the greatest , avestan persian : mazishta = the greatest , icelandic : mesta = greatest , sanskrit : maha = great , sanskrit : mahistha = greatest.

254 TWICE , persian : dobareh or dovareh , icelandic : tvisvar , punjabi : dô vâra , scottish Gaelic : dà uair (two times) , sanskrit : dvivaram.

255 SHOULDER , persian : soft ( dehkhoda persian dictionary ) , pahlavi persian : suft , dutch : schoft , albanian : sup , avestan persian : supti , sanskrit : zupti.

256 SNOUT , persian : mooz = snout , mouth and chin (when talking rude about somebody , like : watch his “mooz-e-barik موز باریک” = watch his narrow snout) … italian : muso (muzo) , gallo-roman : musa , old spanish : mus ,…..muzzle (n.) “device put over an animal’s mouth to stop it from biting” is also from the same root (last 2 lines from online etymology dictionary) ..

257 SWIM , persian šenâ (shena ) , .pahlavi persian :  (shnaaz)
.. irish : snaa , snahm or shnahm (to swim ,to float)…also Irish: snámh ( from wordsense dictionary.)….the same dict. Scottish Gaelic: snàmh‎ = swim ….sanskrit : snaa = to bathe , to wash.

258 SWINE , PIG , BOAR , sanskrit : sukara , latvian : sucula = young sow , latvian : cûka , persian : khûk (remembering by linguists : some kh’s and h’s in persian are s in sanskrit and other IE languages) , bengali : عûkara , from pokorny page 3038 of 3441 ((celtic : sukko- =swine , corn. : hoch , bret. : houc” h,hoc”h m.‘swine” , O.E. sugu ‘sow”, O.S. suga , M.L.G. sog ).

259 BLADE , persian : teegh , sanskrit : tij =to become sharp , persian : tiz = sharp , zend avesta : tigh = pointed , peaked , albanian : thikë (theeke)= knife , compare to persian “teeghe” =blade of a knife , sanskrit : tigma = sharp , ,,,also from online etymology dictionary : “stick (v.) : Old English stician “to pierce, stab, transfix, goad,” Old Persian tigra- “sharp, pointed;” Avestan tighri- “arrow;”.

260 LANCET , persian : nishtar , armenian : nshtar , greek : nystéri (nishtari) , sanskrit : ashtra= prick , goad , zend avesta: astrd , also by google translate for ” sharp” some of slavic words astra ostri and so on , like bosnian & croatian : oštar(oshtar) , polish : ostri , slovak : ostr‎.

261 NECK , NAPE , persian : griban , pahlavi persian : griv , avestan persian : grîvâ , latvian : grifs , polish : gryf , sanskrit : grîvấ , …notice that the word MANE (the long hair around neck and nape of a horse and lion in slavic languages is often griva or similar to griva) like , russian : griva , bosnian , bulgarian , croatian : griva , belarusian : hryva.

262 SQUIRREL , persian : from wiktionary ” Persian: سنجاب (fa) (sanjâb), وروره (varvare) ” , from starling.rinet etymology page 101 “NPers varvarah” , czech : ververka , latvian : vāvere , lithuanian : voverė , macedonian : ververica , romanian : veverițĂ , serbian : ververika.

263 CUT , persian : borid (he cut) , pahlavi persian : brid (he cut) , if you search google translate for words ” incisive or razor or shave”, most slavic countries have words like , brit ,briti , bridak etc. like russian : brit’ (shave) , bosnian : briti (shave), serbian : bridak (incisive : sharp)….also from wiktionary : for word briti : ” брить – from Old East Slavic брити (briti), from Proto-Slavic *briti, . Cognate with Old Irish berrad (“cutting”, “shaving”) and Avestan [script needed] (pairi-brīnaiti, “to cut around”).”….sanskrit : bardhaka (cutting, clipping)……..”online etymology dictionary” even says the word “board” has connection to PIE word for “cut”: “Old English bord “a plank, flat surface,” from Proto-Germanic *burdam (cognates: Old Norse borً “plank,” Dutch bord “board,” Gothic fotu-baurd “foot-stool,” German Brett “plank”), from PIE *bhrdh- “board,” from root *bherdh- “to cut.”.

264 MEMORY , from “pokorny etymological dictionary” : “Avestan persian : maraiti , hišmaraiti (notices) , MIMARA- “MINDFUL” , Latin : memor “MINDFUL” (compare Avestan mimara- ) ., old english ge-mimor (known), latin : memoria (memory) , sanskrit : smárati  (reminds self) ,”..also from wiktionary:: (“memory : old English MIMOR (“MINDFUL ,, remembering”)” ) , compare to avestan persian mimara (mindful) !…persian : shemardan( compare to avestan hishmarati) ….also from “the etymological dictionary of the iranian verb” : ” avestan : (sh)mar ( to remember , to recall), middle persian : shmr (to count).

265 WILLOW (tree) , persian : bid , pahlavi persian : vîd , swedish : vide (vid-e-) , Old icelandic : vîًir , old english : wîًig , old high german : wîda (from pokorny etymological dictionary).

266 TORTURE , persian : shekanje (this is an old word) , slovenian : strangely there is a word in slovenian like “sekanje” , it doesn’t mean torture , but it does mean to chop , to carve , and persian shekanje according to dehkhoda persian dictionary means also breaking (bones) and twisting of the criminal …also persian word “shekan” means chip chop cut break , and slovenian word “sekan” means chipped lengthwise…also online etymology dictionary says about the verb to skin : from PIE *sken- “to cut off” (cognates: Breton scant “scale of a fish,” Irish scainim “) …..lithuanian : skina (reaps).

267 GAMEBIRD , pahlavi persian : tadar(w) (pheasant) , also from “encyclopedia of indo-european culture” page 217 : GAMEBIRD , New Persian : tadharv (تذرو) ‘pheasant’,’. Mlrish : tethra ‘hooded crow’, Old Prus : tatarwis ‘capercaille’, Lithuanian : teterva – tetervas ‘capercaille’, Latvian : teteris ‘capercaille’, OCS : tetrevr ‘pheasant’, Russian : teterev ‘capercaille’, sanskrit : tittira- ‘partridge’. Armenian : tetrak ‘turtledove’ …. ( also from starling.rinet etymology page 144 you will see the same as above like PHEASANT , new Pers. tezerv (tazarv)تذرو) )”Pheasant and etc.).

268 PEOPLE ,(mass ,heap) , persian : tudeh , or toda , latvian : tauta , lithuanian : tauta , old Irish : tuath ‘a (people, nation) , welsh : tud (country) , old english : theod (folk) , Osc : touto ‘community’ , from page 417 of “encyclpedia of indo-european culture”….. also according to “online etymology dictionary” word “TOTAL” comes from latin “totus” (whole) , and also according to wiktionary ,etymology of that “totus” : “Uncertain. Perhaps related to Oscan (touto, “community, city-state”), Umbrian (totam, “tribe”, acc.), from Proto-Indo-European *tewtéh₂ (“people”).”…so very probable the persian word “tudeh” is related to the word “total” too….watch how that PIE word “tewtéh” ends in “h” like persian tudeh….also by google translate : tajik : tûda , spanish : toda ( all) , portuguese : todo (total) , italian : tutto (all,whole )…also by http://www.myetymology.com/spanish/todo.html : “the Spanish word todo derived from the Latin word totus (whole, all, entire) , derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *teuta-” …so this last etymology site is not uncertain and says “total” and then “totus” ARE related to PIE teuta and consequently to persian tudeh.

269 TWO HUNDRED , persian : devist , sanskrit : dvisata , bulgarian : dvesta , czech : dvě stě , macedonian : dvesta , russian : dvesti , slovak : dvesto , ukrainian : dvisti ….mostly from google translate

270 KNIFE , persian : kard , pahlavi persian : kard , avestan persian : karata- , sanskrit : kartari , lithuanian : cardas (sword) , polish : cord (cutlass or short sword) , slovak : kord (sword).

271 WEAVE (like weaving a cloth or carpet) , persian : baftan , baft , pahlavi persian : waf- , wafishn , english : weft (a woven cloth) , also from “online etymology dictionary” : (from PIE *webh- “to weave , Persian baftan “to weave, old english : wefan , ) , norwegian : veft (weft) , swedish : väft (weft).

272 BE ( to be) , persian (dialect) : be (bi) like hami bi (lori?)( means this same be) , (or “har che gaptar be gitar be هرچه گپ تر بي گي تر بي : means the bigger be , the shittier be! (lori proverb) or most of babataher poems like الهی دل بلا بی دل بلا بی (o god , heart or love is calamity), ….also on my 271 word list here , word #232 is about WAS and i have mentioned there in detail about slavic biti and persian dialects bit and bid (regular persian bud),,,.also this link says in detail about “be” http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=be ..,,this word # 272 is a reply to a recent comment of keykhosro kiani too.

273 TEAR (from crying) , persian : ašk , avestan persian : asru , sanskrit : ashru (tears) , asru (to shed tears) , latvian : asara , lithuanian : ašara , kurdish : asr , gujarati : aœru.

274 SAME , persian : ham, hamān , hamānā , (remembering by linguists : some kh’s and h’s in persian are “s” in sanskrit and other IE languages) , avestan : hama , sanskrit : sama , samana , greek : hama , homos (from online etymology dictionary http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=same ) , gothic : sama  , samana(together) source  : http://web.archive.org/web/20100416081032/http://etymological.fw.hu/Gothic.htm , swedish : samma ….the word “similar” is also of the same root as same.

275 DIFFICULT or SEVERE , persian : došvâr or dušvâr (difficult) ., pahlavi persian : dush(x)war , sanskrit : durbhara दुर्भर heavy laden (dur+bhara difficult to carry….sometimes in sanskrit dur- replaces dus- both meaning bad)…(avestan persian : duSh-Vaare : difficult to carry”)…another sanskrit : duSpAra (difficult to be crossed or overcome or accomplished) , swedish : svهr , german : schwer (heavy, difficult) , (middle high german : swaere) , armenian : dzhvar , kurdish : dijwar , danish : svوr (shuwer) , french : sévère , english : severe , latin : severe (si-ve-re) , romanian : sever … greek : نَُ÷هٌقٍ (duskherḗs)(difficult) , very similar to persian dialect dushkhar and pahlavi persian : dush(x)war ! …dutch : zwaar (hard , severe) , irish : deacair , another sanskrit word for difficult : duṣkara.

276 river DANUBE , The following two paragraphs ,show the word river DANUBE , is related to persian word navDAN (drainpipe) and DANIDAN (to run) and avestan persian word “danu-” (river) : danub from “encyclopedia of indo-european cultur”epage 486 http://vk.com/doc152590325_212435297?hash=c25782dbf53952c7be&dl=a14b57a25e093ea8ce *dehanu- ‘river’. [lEW 175 (*danu-); BK 83 (*dan-/ *ddn-)]. Wels Donwy« *Dane/ol)jos) (river name), Celt (in Lat) Danuvius ‘Danube’, Av danu- ‘river’, Oss don ‘river’ (whence the name of the river Don and element in Dnieper, Dniester, Donets), OInd danu ‘drops’ or ‘gift’. Another possibility is that we have *dhonu- (with difficult lengthened grade) ‘river’ represented by the Celtic and Iranian words and that this is a derivative of *dhen- ‘flow’ otherwise seen in OPers danu vatiy ‘flows’ , Oind dhanvali ‘moves fast, rushes’, ToeMB tsan- ‘flow’ with other derivatives in Lat Ions ‘spring’ and lochB tsene ‘stream’. The latter proposal’s distribution of forms more strongly suggests PIE status. Also from wiktionary Etymology navdan : http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D9%86%D8%A7%D9%88%D8%AF%D8%A7%D9%86 From ناو (nâv) +‎ دان (dân, “water”). From Proto-Iranian (compare Ossetian نîي (don, “water, river”), from Proto-Indo-Iranian (compare Avestan [script needed] (dānu-, “river”)[script needed], Sanskrit धुनी (dhuni, “river”)), from Proto-Indo-European *dâ- (“fluid; river; to flow”). Compare Persian دنیدن (danidan,.

277 ANGRY , avestan persian : اَنْگْرا) angrم بد، آک، شریر، =خبیث، فاسد، فاسق، غضب، خشمناک، عصبانی، آتشیangry , evil, mean , corrupt , fiery enraged )from واژه های اوستایی دهخدا dehkhoda avesta from this link : http://azhu.persianblog.ir/post/630/ …..also from this link : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angra_Mainyu Angra Mainyu (evil spirit)avestan term .. also from this link http://www.yourdictionary.com/angary : angary [aŋ′gə rē] International Law the right of a belligerent to use or destroy a neutral’s property if necessary, with the obligation of full indemnification Origin of angary : Late Latin angaria, enforced service ; from Classical Greek angareia, impressment for the public service ; from angaros, a mounted courier; probably ; from Old Persian term ….(also from online etymology dictionary about word anger : ” from Old Norse angra “to grieve, vex, distress; to be vexed at, take offense ” and “from PIE root *angh- “tight, painfully constricted, painful”).

278 MAGIC , :meriam webster dictionary : http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/magic Middle English magique, from Middle French, from Latin magice, from Greek magikē, feminine of magikos Magian, magical, from magos magus, sorcerer, of Iranian origin; akin to Old Persian maguš sorcerer ……also magus : http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/magi : Origin 1615-25; < Latin < Greek mágos < Old Persian maguŝ; compare Avestan moمu ….also pahlavi persian : Magus : moymard; v. priest. ….also persian mubad , moghbad , mogh (zoroastrian priest ) are all related to origins of magic …. if you google translate “magic” almost in all languages of IE translation is magi , remember three wise men from persia (in bible) were called magi (zoroastrian priests).

279 SWEAT , from “online etymology dictionary” : (Danish sved “sweat,” Swedish svett , from PIE *sweid- (2) “to sweat” (cognates: Sanskrit svedah “sweat,” Avestan xvaeda- “sweat,” Latin sudor, Lettish swiedri, Welsh chwys “sweat”). http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=sweat ….also pahlavi persian : khweed , remember that linguists say some of persian “kh”‘s and “h”‘s are “s” in sanskrit and other indoeuropean languages, so those avestan xvaeda and pahlavi khweed easily can be the same as sweda and sveed as mentioned in other IE languages …more of those kh examples on this link http://mehranjd.blogfa.com/8606.aspx (.تبدیل حرف س هند و اروپایی به خ در زبان اوستایی: شیرین (sweet : khvaiti) خواندن صدا کردن ( sound : khvand) خواهر ( اوستایی : khvānghar ، سانسکریت : svāsar، انگلیسی باستان : seoser، انگلیسی کنونی :sister ) ستاره (star : akhtar )…btw in new persian we have khoy or khuy for sweat which is similar to welsh : chwys.

280 SALTY , persian : shur , lithuanian : sūrus also salty IE(indo-european) sū-ro-, sou-ro- from http://indo-european.info/pokorny-etymology-dictionary/translate/English/Indo-European/?q=salty also sour (adj.) from “online etymology dictionary : Old English sur “sour, tart, acid, fermented,” from Proto-Germanic *sura- “sour” (cognates: Old Norse surr, Middle Dutch suur, Dutch zuur, Old High German sur, German Sauer), from PIE root *suro- “sour, salty, bitter” (cognates: Old Church Slavonic syru, Russian syroi “moist, raw;” Lithuanian suras “salty,” suris “cheese”). http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=sour ………..Sorry the word SALTY already was in this long list of 279 words under word # 205 , i forgot it , but anyway the above word # 280 is more detailed 205 SALTY , persian : (shur) , prussian : SuRS (aj) Sûris + sûrus salty, salt (salty) , Lithuanian: sûrus m, sûri f , armenian : sur ( acute, sharp, keen, bitter, exquisite, salty) , pahlavi persian : sôr.

281 TIGER , from “online etymology dictionary” http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tiger : Old English tigras (plural), also in part from Old French tigre “tiger” (mid-12c.), both from Latin tigris “tiger,” from Greek tigris, possibly from an Iranian source akin to Old Persian tigra- “sharp, pointed,” Avestan tighri- “arrow,” in reference to its springing on its prey ……also notice the word # 259 of this long list of 279 words : 259 BLADE , persian : teegh , sanskrit : tij =to become sharp , persian : tiz = sharp , zend avesta : tigh = pointed , peaked , albanian : thikë (theeke)= knife , compare to persian “teeghe” =blade of a knife , sanskrit : tigma = sharp , ,,,also from online etymology dictionary : “stick (v.) : Old English stician “to pierce, stab, transfix, goad,” Old Persian tigra- “sharp, pointed;” Avestan tighri- “arrow;”.

282 SEATED , AT REST , persian : aassudeh(at rest ) (dialect : aasuda) , sanskrit: aasita (seated , at rest)…notice “aasita” sounds like persian dialect aasuda and in sanskrit means both seated and also at rest) , bosnian : sjedi (syedi) , danish : siddende , icelandic : saeti (sayde) , italian : seduti , latin : sedet , latvian : sçdus , serbian : sede , welsh : eistedd , Old Irish : suide “seat, sitting (compare to persian asude)…from google translate for SEATED Also from avestan dictionary : âste [âh, هٌh] 7 (3/1) to rest, to continue; to sit steadily http://www.avesta.org/avdict/avdict.htm Also from “online etymology dictionary” : sedate (adj.) “calm, quiet,” 1660s, from Latin sedatus “composed, moderate, quiet, tranquil,” past participle of sedare “to settle, calm,” causative of sedere “to sit” (see sedentary). Related: Sedately” http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=sedate&#8230;.from …PIE root *sed- “to sit” Also from “online etymology dictionary” : sedentary (adj.) “1590s, “remaining in one place,” from Middle French sédentaire (16c.) and directly from Latin sedentarius “sitting, remaining in one place,” from sedentem (nominative sedens), present participle of sedere “to sit; occupy an official seat, preside; sit still, remain; be fixed or settled,” from PIE root *sed- (1) “to sit” (cognates: Sanskrit a-sadat “sat down,” sidati “sits;” Old Persian hadis “abode;” Greek ezesthai “to sit,” hedra “seat, chair, face of a geometric solid;” Old Irish suide “seat, sitting;” Welsh sedd “seat,” eistedd “sitting;” Old Church Slavonic se‍da, sedeti “to sit;” Lithuanian sedmi “to sit;” Russian sad “garden,” Lithuanian soditi “to plant;” Gothic sitan, Old English sittan “to sit;” see sit). Of persons, the sense “not in the habit of exercise” is recorded from 1660s. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=sedentary&allowed_in_frame=0&#8243; ……. by the way that avestan word âste (to rest) sounds like modern persian “ahesteh” (calm ,slow) , even today iranians say “âste bia âste boro” (come slowly go slowly)…this needs a research…..also in wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astara_District says city name of “astara” is derived from the Persian or Talysh word آهسته رو (Aste-ro or Aheste-ro), (go slow).

283 DAY , in pahlavi persian , the word for “tomorrow” is “fradag” ,we know fra or fara in persian is a prefix meaning “beyond ,forth” , so fradag means “beyond dag , or forth dag ” , so that “dag” is a persian word meaning “day” ! …the same way new persian word “farda” for tomorrow is shortened form of fradag , so that da in farda means day ! … danish : dag , dutch : dag , icelandic: dag , norwegian : dag , swedish : dag , german : tag …..Also from “online etymology dictionary” : day : Old English dوg ” , from PIE *agh- (2) “a day” http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=day and also the link below to see fradag in pahlavi persian means tomorrow : https://books.google.com/books?id=tRegBAAAQBAJ&pg=PA137&lpg=PA137&dq=fradag+tomorrow+pahlavi&source=bl&ots=Z3q7k3-3eE&sig=_KtSEGOaSQU2AGJT6_uexacM8JY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCAQ6AEwAGoVChMIkKz6v_WnxwIVlg-SCh3zagyB#v=onepage&amp; q=fradag%20tomorrow%20pahlavi&f=true …….Actually in today’s persian we have similar combination of fara with raah (road), like fararaah-e-ma meaning road ahead of us , the same way here farda is shortened of farada , meaning day ahead of us meaning tomorrow.

284 FRY (v.) from “online etymology dictionary” : http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=fry&searchmode=none ” from Old French frire “to fry” (13c.), from Latin frigere “to roast or fry,” from PIE *bher- (4) “to cook, bake” (cognates: Sanskrit bhrjjati “roasts,” bharjanah “roasting;” Persian birishtan “to roast;” Greek phrygein “to roast, bake”). Also from sanskrit dictionary : “bhRSTa” roasted meat,fried, grilled , baked (from this link http://www.spokensanskrit.de/index.php?script=HK&beginning=0+&tinput=bhRSTa&trans=Translate&direction=SE ), compare sanskrit “bhRSTa” with persian “brishta” with same meaning FRY , persian : brishta , brishtan , danish : brasr(bra-she) , english : braise(to heat ,to warm food) , french : braiser (brizir) , serbian : pr‍iti ( prizhiti compare to persian brishte) , swedish : bryna (sounds like persian “beryan”: fried , remembring PIE bher is the root of fry and brown, meaning cook bake , all these including “burn” have common PIE root bher) , sanskrit : bhrsta ( roated).

285 PRAY , avestan persian dictionary : fryô [frî] 9 (plN) prayer, benediction (k356); from this link : http://www.avesta.org/avdict/avdict.htm …Also from “online etymology dictionary” : pray (v.) ” from PIE root *prek- “to ask, request, entreat” (cognates: Sanskrit prasna-, Avestan frashna- “question;” Old Church Slavonic prositi, Lithuanian prasyti “to ask, beg;” Old High German frahen, German fragen, Old English fricgan “to ask” a question). from this link : http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=pray&searchmode=none ….also compare slavonic “prositi to ask ” with new persian porsidan to ask ” …also see word # 119 here 0n the “long list of 279 words” : 119 WE ASK , persian ; ma porsim , russian : moy prosim , polish : prosimi , slovenian : prosimo , albanian : pyesim.

286 AWAKE , persian : bidȁr page 133 “cognate words in sanskrit and russian” http://sanskrt.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/LekhaCognate-Words-in-Sanskrit-and-Russian.pdf says awake ,: , lithuanian : budrus , sanskrit : budit (awaken} , budryi, sanskrit : boddhri , avestan persian: baozdri , russian : бодры bodri (cheerful, vigilant)… Also : google for russian words “бодрый этимология” (bodri etymology) then click on “translate” of the first result , translation comes as this link : https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=https://ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/%25D0%25B1%25D0%25BE%25D0%25B4%25D1%2580%25D1%258B%25D0%25B9&prev=search when you scroll down ,this link says : “It comes from praslav. From cat. among other things happened: st.-Fame. bdr (πρόθυμος; Shin. Ps.) bzhdr (supra.), Russian. jovial, Ukr. Beaudry, serbohorv. bȁdar “lively, lively.” To keep watch. Related litas. budrùs «cheerful. ” ….. notice how bȁdar is similar to persian bidȁr.

287 BLOW (blow air into something or breathe) new persian and pahlavi persian : dam and damidan , sanskrit adj. dhamita (blown) the same as adj. persian damida (dialect)blown , in both persian and sanskrit dam and dham mean breath and blowing air into something …i found something interesting, in german breathe is atmen , in sanskrit breath is atman! breath in dutch and danish is adem , adem seems closer to persian dam and sanskrit dham meaning breath Also : ” думать – from Old East Slavic доумати (dumati), from Proto-Slavic *dumati. Likely cognate with Russian дуть (“to blow”) and Lithuanian dumti (“to blow”) -Trubachev suggested the following changes in the meaning of *duma: “an act of breathing” > an “(uttered) word” > “advice” or “thought”. ” ….from https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/User:TaxiCally#Etymological.

288 BOTTOM , persian : bon, (dialect) bun….. from google translate : irish : bun !….icelandic : botn ….norwegian : bunn! …danish : bund …italian & spanish : fondo …if you look for etymology of word “fundament” , that too has same root with fondo and persian bon and bun ……and from this link : wiktionary : https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:List_of_Proto-Indo-European_roots/b%CA%B0 :
Skr. बुध्न ‎(budhnah), Av. bŭnô, Arm. անդունդ ‎(andund)/բուն ‎(bun), Ir. bond/bonn, Gk. ‎(puthmḗn), Lat. fundus, Gm. bodam/boden, Eng. botm/bottom, ON botn, Welsh bôn, Pers. /بن ‎(bun)
Also from “online etymology dictionary” : bottom (n.)
Old English botm, bodan “ground, soil, foundation, lowest part,” from Proto-Germanic *buthm- (cognates: Old Frisian boden “soil,” Old Norse botn, Dutch bodem, Old High German bodam, German Boden “ground, earth, soil”), from PIE root *bhu(n)d(h)- (cognates: Sanskrit budhnah, Avestan buna- “bottom,” Greek pythmen “foundation,” Latin fundus “bottom, piece of land, farm,” Old Irish bond “sole of the foot”).

289 THROUGH , persian tara-vosh (oozing through) , (details of persian “tara” at the bottom of last paragraph below) , Avestan taro “through, beyond,”. spanish : través…welsh : tra , old irish : tre….also from “online etymology dictionary” :
through (prep., adv.)
” late 14c., metathesis of Old English ‏urh, from Proto-Germanic *thurkh (cognates: Old Saxon thuru, Old Frisian thruch, Middle Dutch dore, Dutch door, Old High German thuruh, German durch, Gothic ‏airh “through”), from PIE root *tere- (2) “to cross over, pass through, overcome” (cognates: Sanskrit tirah, Avestan taro “through, beyond,” Latin trans “beyond,” Old Irish tre, Welsh tra “through”).”
Also from https://www.facebook.com/persian.malayeri/photos/pb.250063335143251.-2207520000.1445299719./357803294369254/?type=3&theater taru O.Pers./Av. tar- “to cross over,” O.Pers. vi-tar- “to go across,” Mid.Pers. vitartan “to pass,” Mod.Pers. gozar, gozaštan “to pass, cross,” Av. tara-δāta- “placed beyond,” tarô-yāra- “outlasting the years” (over time), vī-tərəta- “taken away, isolated;” O.Pers. tara-draya- “overseas;” Sogdian tr- “to go;” cf. Skt. tar- “to pass (through), overcome,” tárati “crosses, passes,” tirás “through, across, beyond.” The first element in the Mod.Pers. tarâvoš “exuding, trickling, oozing.

290 FOREARM , upperarm, shoulder , PIE : *dows” ,forearm < Sanskrit : doṣnas, Avestan : persian : daoš, Irish : doيt/doيd, Lithuanian : dilbis, Latvian : paduse, Russian пазуха ‎(pázuxa), Persian /doš from https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:List_of_Proto-Indo-European_nouns Also Etymology of paduse (latvian) armpit : From pa- +‎ an older term *dusa ‎(“arm, shoulder”) (maybe *dusis?), from Proto-Baltic dus-, from the zero grade *dus- of Proto-Indo-European *dous- ‎(“arm”) (whence Sanskrit दोषान् ‎(doṣán-), दोः ‎(doḥ, “arm, forearm”), Avestan [script needed] ‎(daoš-, “upper arm, shoulder”)). , from : https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/paduse ….. persian : doush ( shoulder).

291 LOVE, DESIRE ,ASK russian : iskat (look for) , avestan persian : -iška (want , desire) , persian : ishgh (arabized form of -iška) avestan iš (desire) and-ka is an avestan suffix …old english ascian (ask) , source: this persian link : http://dictionary.obspm.fr/esq_pers.html it says “ishgh” is not an arabic word…also in wikipedia says the same : https://fa.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D8%B9%D8%B4%D9%82 also from onl ety dict : ask (v.) “Old English ascian “ask, call for an answer; make a request,” from earlier ahsian, from Proto-Germanic *aiskon (cognates: Old Saxon escon, Old Frisian askia “request, demand, ask,” Middle Dutch eiscen, Dutch eisen “to ask, demand,” Old High German eiscon “to ask (a question),” German heischen “to ask, demand”), from PIE *ais- “to wish, desire” (cognates: Sanskrit icchati “seeks, desires,” Armenian aic “investigation,” Old Church Slavonic iskati “to seek,” Lithuanian ieškau “to seek”). ” also http://dictionary.obspm.fr/esq_pers.html ……. and http://adabestanmehriz.blogfa.com/post-18.aspx ….. and https://translate.google.com/#auto/en/iskat …and http://download-languages-pdf-ebooks.com/9246-free-book.

292 WOLF , mazandarani persian : vurg , avestan persian : vehrka , bosnian : vuk (most slavic languages : vuk or vulk) , swedish : varg , gilaki : varg ! https://glosbe.com/en/glk/wolf , kurdish : varg ! , balouchi : gvark , persian : gurg or gorg , pahlavi persian : gurg …..Also : “In Old Norse, vargr is a term for “wolf” (ulfr). The Proto-Germanic *wargaz is related to Sanskrit vṛka, proto-Iranian *verk “wolf”, Avestan vehrka, Mazandarani varg, Zazaki verg, Old Persian varka-, Persian gorg etc. In line 1514 of Beowulf, Grendel’s mother is described as a grund-wyrgen or “warg of the depths ” source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warg.

293 SINFUL , persian: zandigh (arabic form taken from pahlavi persian) , pahlavi : zandik , zindik , zindig , avestan : zanda or zinda=sin , swedish : syndig , dutch : zondig ,,,page 189 of “vazhehaye-irani-suedi.pdf” : http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf , german : sündig (audio : zündig) , danish : syndig , norwegian : syndig ….interestingly in swedish synda means sin ,very similar to avestan zinda ….Also from wikipedia : “Arabic zindiq is a loan word from pre-Islamic Middle Persian zandik, a Zoroastrian term” …..Also from “online etymology dictionary” : “sin (n.) Old English synn “moral wrongdoing, injury, mischief, enmity, feud, guilt, crime, offense against God, misdeed,” from Proto-Germanic *sun(d)jo- “sin” (cognates: Old Saxon sundia, Old Frisian sende, Middle Dutch sonde, Dutch zonde, German Sünde “sin, transgression” … from PIE *snt-ya-“.

294 WHITE , persian : sefid, sepid , espid , avestan : spaita, armenian : spitak , bengali : Śbētakāẏa , czech : světlý , danish : hvid , dutch : wit , icelandic : hvitur , slovak : siv‎ , norwegian : huvit , swedish : vit , bosnian : sijed , sanskrit : zveta (all these words at the same time are similar to persian “sepid” and white) …also if you google translate for “light” or “bright” or “shine” a lot of “svet” results are there, specially in slavic languages like latvian shine (spīdēt !) …note that linguists say s and h are often changed to each other between persian and other indo-european languages , the same for v and p …so white and huvit and spit are one and the same word as persian sepid …so amazing : “white is the same as persian sepid in words evolution” !….Also “online etymology dictionary” says : “white (adj.) Old English hwit “bright, radiant; clear, fair,” also as a noun (see separate entry), from Proto-Germanic *hwitaz (cognates: Old Saxon and Old Frisian hwit, Old Norse hvitr, Dutch wit, Old High German hwiz, German weiß, Gothic hveits), from PIE *kweid-o-, suffixed form of root *kweit- “white; to shine” (cognates: Sanskrit svetah “white;” Old Church Slavonic sviteti “to shine,” svetu “light;” Lithuanian šviesti “to shine,” svaityti “to brighten”).” ….. Also this link: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=https://ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/%25D1%2581%25D0%25B2%25D0%25B5%25D1%2582&prev=search : says : “Etymology Comes from praslav. * Svět, from a cat. among other things happened: OE Russian., st.-Fame. svѣt (ancient Greek. φῶς, φέγγος, αἰών), Russian. Light, Ukr. Svit (b. p. y), Belarus. light bolg. Light (bm), serbohorv. svȇt, svȉjet, Slovenian. svȇt «world, people,” Czech. svět «world,” svit, Slovak. svet, Polish. świat, century-pools., n-puddles. swět, Elbe. sjot «light day.” Praslav. * svět associated with alternating vowels st.-Fame. * Svtѣti sѩ “glow” svitati. Related Old Indian. c̨vētás «light, white” AVESTA. sraēta – the same as literary. šviẽsti, šviẽčia “shine», šveĩsti, šveičiù «clean, direct gloss», švitėti «shine, shimmer», švìtras «emery” Old Indian. c̨vitrás «white», OLD PERS.. spiθra – the same armor. vitrum «Glass” OHG him. hwiîʒ «white.” The data of the dictionary Mikhail Vasmer; see. References.”.

295 ICE , avestan persian : isi . old english : is , middle english : is . also “online etymology dictionary says : “ice (n.) “Old English is “ice, piece of ice” (also the name of the Anglo-Saxon rune for i), from Proto-Germanic *is- “ice” (cognates: Old Norse iss, Old Frisian is, Dutch ijs, German Eis), of uncertain origin; possible relatives are Avestan aexa- “frost, ice,” isu- “frosty, icy;” Afghan asai “frost.” Slang meaning “diamonds” is attested from 1906. ” ” also google translate for ice : “danish : is , swedish : is , norwegian : is” , … as i said on the first line ice in avestan persian is “isi” , by this source : http://www.avesta.org/cognates.htm …old english “is” …..note similarity of avestan aexa- and persian yax for ice ,,,also dehkhoda persian dictionary says yax (yakh) is an avestan word Also this link http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/ielex/R/P0460.html#Av says all the following : Indo-European Reflexes: Family/Language Reflex(es) PoS/Gram. Gloss Source(s) English Old English: is n.str.neut ice; (name for) I-rune GED is-ceald adj ice-cold LRC isig adj icy GED Middle English: is n ice W7 English: ice n frozen water AHD/W7 W-Germanic Old Frisian: is n.neut ice ASD Dutch: ijs n ice TLL Middle Low German: is n.str.neut ice GED Old High German: is n.str.neut ice GED German: Eis n.neut ice ASD eisig adj icy LRC eiskalt adj ice-cold LRC N-Germanic Runic: *isa n ice; (name for) I-rune LRC Old Norse: يss n.str.masc ice, icicle LRC Icelandic: iss n.masc ice ASD Danish: is n ice TLL Swedish: is n ice TLL E-Germanic Gothic: iiz n ice; (name for) I-rune GED Baltic Lithuanian: ‎nis n ice, frost GED Slavic Old Church Slavonic: inej n snow flurry GED Russian: inej- n ice, frost GED Iranian Avestan: aexa n ice, frost GED isu- adj icy, cold GED Ossetic: ix/yex n ice GED Pamir: is adj icy, cold.

296 CRICKET , persian : syrsirak , jirjirak . swedish : syrsa ! (`google translate and also page 189 of this link http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf, some say this swedish syrsa and persian syrsirak are similar because of the sound cricket makes is like syrsa , yes it is like syrsa , but how can two nations thousands of miles far from each other , say that insect noise is syrsa ! with exact same letters , … bosnian : cvrčak (sverchak) , latvian : circenis (syrsenis) …tajik : circirak.

297 RAISIN (dried grape) : Wiktionary https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/raisin says : raisin “From Anglo-Norman reysin ‎(“dried sweet grape”), from Old French raisin ‎(“grape”), from Latin racēmus. Cognate with Persian رز ‎(raz, “vine”) ” Also sanskrit : “rasAlA …f vine or grape” pahlavi persian : raz [Ie, lz I N -] vine: vineyard. danish : rosin , german : rosine , latvian : rozine , swedish : russin , icelandic : rusina Also page 165 of this link http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf says : ” raisin comes from persian raz =grape “.

298 CASH , “Etymology The English word cash is ultimately rooted in the Old Persian karsha meaning “a unit of value equivalent to one cash coin” and was first employed during the reign of Cyrus II followed by the establishment of the “formal” banking system and around the same time of the establishment of the credit and checking unions during the reign of Darius I who also minted the first face-coins.This form along with this meaning entered into the Sanskrit language during the post-Vedic era and also entered into Latin giving forms such as capsa “money box” (cf. OPers. Kshatrapavan = Satrap “an ancient Persian commercial and state confinement”) and case eventually passing into Middle French as caisse meaning “money in hand, coin….” source wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cash.

299 DRUNK , persian : mast , mpers. : mast , avestan persian : “madhô [madha] 9 (sg.pl.N) remedy, intoxication, drug (jhp)” from av. dictionary , sanskrit : mada , matta Also from “online etymology dictionary” : mast (n.2) : “fallen nuts; food for swine,” Old English mæst, from Proto-Germanic *masto (cognates: Dutch, Old High German, German mast “mast;” Old English verb mæsten “to fatten, feed”), perhaps from PIE *mad-sta-, from root *mad- “moist, wet,” also used of various qualities of food (cognates: Sanskrit madati “it bubbles, gladdens,” medah “fat, marrow;” Latin madere “be sodden, be drunk;” Middle Persian mast “drunk;” Old English mete “food,” Old High German muos “meal, mushlike food,” Gothic mats “food”)”. ………of course in new persian too still mast means drunk.

300 CLOTH , persian : paarche….Also from this link https://ku.wiktionary.org/wiki/P%C3%AAvek:Et%C3%AEmolojiya_peyv%C3%AAn_zazak%C3%AE/P”parçê :,parçê, parê: from PIE base *per- “to assign, allot.” Cognates: cf. Sanskrit purtam “reward,” Middle Persian pārag “part,” Greek peprotai “it has been granted,” Hittite parshiya- “fraction, part,” Latin partem “part, piece, side, share.” English Cognate: part (from Old French), particle (from Latin), partner (from Old French), party (Old French), partition (Old French), parcel (Old French) department (from Latin), apartment (from Latin), portion (from Latin) ….”adding to this link : new persian paarche means cloth and paare means piece of or part of, it seems this link is talking about zazaki words “Ferhenga etîmolojiya peyvên zazakî”kurdish people in turkey.

301 SPRING (season) , persian : bahar , pahlavi persian : wahaar , swedish : waar , norwegian : waar , source : page 212 of this link : http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf.

302 LUX , from wiktionary : “Etymology PIE root *lewk- From Latin lūx ‎(“light”); from Proto-Indo-European *lewk- ‎(“white; light; bright”). Cognates include Ancient Greek λευκός ‎(leukَs), Sanskrit रोचते ‎(rocate), Middle Persian ‎(rōz, “day”) and Old English noun lēoht (English light).” …adding to wiktionary even modern persian word for day is rōz …also page 407 of this link https://books.google.com/books?id=YRMFAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA407&dq=L.+lux+;+cf.+zend+ruch&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi_nvqcxdTLAhVH02MKHXkoAMYQ6AEINTAA#v=onepage&q=L.%20lux%20%3B%20cf.%20zend%20ruch&f=true says : “E. light P. ruz day L. lux ; cf. zend ; ruch to shine , L. luc-ere” …adding to zend avesta “ruch to shine” , in persian roshan means bright , light avestan persian : (raočant-)…..a nice comment to this word on youtube : from username LiebeSäenLiebeErnten : Nice one. “Lux” seems to very obviously stem from Avestan “draocant” which became “draoce” in Pahlavi. This was then altered to “raoshan” and “roshan” and “roj / roz / ruz” (bright / light / day) in the contemporary Iranian dialects. In Latin language, which draws a lot of its words from Iranian languages and Persian, the initial “r” of “ruz” turned into “l” and the final “z” to “x” giving “luz / lux”.

303 SUPER , persian : abar , avestan persian : upairi both meaning above ,over , German : uber (above ,over), Also from this source :”online etymology dictionary” : says : “word-forming element meaning “above, over, beyond,” from Latin super-, from adverb and preposition super “above, over, on the top (of), beyond, besides, in addition to,” from *(s)uper-, variant form of PIE *uper “over” (cognates: Sanskrit upari, Avestan upairi “over, above, beyond,” Greek hyper, Old English ofer “over,” Gothic ufaro “over, across,” Gaulish ver-, Old Irish for), comparative of root *upo “under” (see sub-). In English words from Old French, it appears as sur-. The primary sense seems to have shifted over time from usually meaning “beyond” to usually meaning “very much,” which can be contradictory. E.g. supersexual, which is attested from 1895 as “transcending sexuality,” from 1968 as “very sexual.”……adding to this link persian abarmard is the same as superman …abar is like german uber over and comes from avestan upairi (over above) in online etymology dictionary ,top of this paragraph.

304 YOU , avestan persian yush or yushma , persian shoma , pahlavi persian : ashma ….Also the following link says : sanskrit :yuṣmad युष्मद् : Definition: the base of the 2nd Persian pronoun as used in compound …source :http://sanskritdictionary.com/yu%E1%B9%A3mad/186775/1 Also page 538 of this link https://ia800204.us.archive.org/19/items/AnEtymologicalDictionaryOfPersianEnglishAndOtherIndo-europeanLanguages/EtymologicalDictionary-persian-english.pdf says : “avestan yushma or yush means you and germanic you is yuzh and persian you is shoma ….this link says : shoma and yushma and yush all come from PIE root word yu meaning you” …note how avestan yushma and yush and persian shoma and you are similar. ….of course word # 42 already i mentioned for word THOU (informal you) 42 YOU or THOU , persian : to , italian : tu , slovenian : ti , german : du , hindi : to.

305 HOW MUCH ? HOW MANY? , persian : chand , pahlavi persian : chand , avestan persian : cvañt , spanish : cuánto , italian : quanto , latin : quantus …Also from wiktionary about latin word quantus : “Etymology From quam ‎(“how, how much”). From Proto-Indo-European *kuiʰent- ‎(“how much, how many”). Cognates include Sanskrit kivant-, Avestan čvant-, Old Persian čiyant- ,Kurdish çend” ….adding to wiktionary : dialect persian too : çend , and as said on the first line, persian : chand.

306 SORRY or SORE ,persian : zåri ( sorrow ) pahlavi persian : zårig sorrow , swedish : sårig (audio zårig) “sore, full of sores , Middle Dutch seerigh “sore; sad, sorry,” , old english sarig ( full of sorrow) page 176 of this link : http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf says : german zorg and persian zari and english sorry are cognate words …Also “online etymology dictionary ” says : about word sorry (adj.) “Old English sarig “distressed, grieved, full of sorrow” (not found in the physical sense of “sore”), from Proto-Germanic *sairiga- “painful” (cognates: Old Saxon serag, Middle Dutch seerigh “sore; sad, sorry,” Dutch zeerig “sore, full of sores,” Old High German serag, Swedish sårig “sore, full of sores”), from *sairaz “pain” (physical and mental); related to *saira- “suffering, sick, ill” (see sore (adj.)). Meaning “wretched, worthless, poor” first recorded mid-13c. Spelling shift from a to o by influence of sorrow. Apologetic sense (short for I’m sorry) is attested from 1834; phrase sorry about that popularized 1960s by U.S. TV show “Get Smart.” Related: Sorrily; sorriness.”….adding to this link in pahlavi persian : zårig sorrow, grief, …look how similar is to swedish : sårig ( audio zårig !)”sore, full of sores”).

307 ANGLE , (n.) online etymology dictionary: “space between intersecting lines,” late 14c., from Old French angle “angle, corner,” and directly from Latin angulus “an angle, corner,” a diminutive form from PIE root *ang-/*ank- “to bend” (cognates: Greek ankylos “bent, crooked,” Latin ang(u)ere “to compress in a bend, fold, strangle;” Old Church Slavonic aglu “corner;” Lithuanian anka “loop;” Sanskrit ankah “hook, bent,” angam “limb;” Old English ancleo “ankle;” Old High German ango “hook”). Angle bracket is 1875 in carpentry; 1956 in typography.” …Also from avesta dehkhoda dictionary : اَنْک avesta dehkhodaْ= ank خم کردن، پیچاندنbend=/اَنْکو= anku دستبد، النگو، زیور، / اَنْکوپَئِسِْمنَ= anku paesemna مزین به دستبند، آراسته با مچ بند / اَنْگ= ang خم کردن، پیچاندن persian : angulak (tampering usually with finger)….persian : angul (finger) dehkhoda persian dictionary….sanskrit : aGgulI = finger…even today in kazrun city persian dialect for finger is angol… Also online etymology dictionary says : : angle (v.1) “to fish with a hook,” mid-15c., from Old English angel (n.) “angle, hook, fishhook,” related to anga “hook,” from PIE *ang-/*ank- “to bend” (see angle (n.)). Compare Old English angul, Old Norse ِngull, Old High German angul, German Angel “fishhook.”.

308 MIX , persian : amikhtan , amizesh , avestan persian : misvan , spanish = mezclar , portuguese = amesteca , latvian = maisīt (maizit) Also pokorny http://marciorenato.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/pokorny-julius-proto-indo-european-etymological-dictionary.pdf page 2012 of 3441 pages says about PIE word “mei” “English meaning: to mix, stir Deutsche ـbersetzung: “mischen” Grammatical information: also mei- : mi-ek-̂, mi-n-ek-̂; Präsensstämme also with so, sk̂o; Material: O.Ind. mēkṣ áyati, mimikṣḗ “rũhrt u miśrá– “vermischt”,miśráyat “mischt”; Av. minašti “vermischt”, misvan- “die Gemischten enthaltend”; myüsaite ‘sie mischen sich”; common O.Ind. ĝh > kṣ > ś : Avestan kṣ > š, ś phonetic mutation”
Also another link http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi-bin/etymology.cgi?single=1&basename=%2Fdata%2Fie%2Fgermet&text_number=++1423&root=configsays :says on page 88 about “Proto-IE: *meik’-, g’
“Meaning: to mix, to knead
Tokharian: B maiki ‘broth’ (Adams 471)
Old Indian: mimikṣati, caus. mekṣáyati `to mix, mingle with’; mekṣaṇa- n. `wooden stick or spoon for stirring’, miśrá- `mixed, mingled’
Avestan: misvan- `die gemischten enthaltend’
Old Greek: mígnǖmi/méi̯gnǖmi, ǘō, mísgō, aor. mêi̯ksai̯, míkto, p. emígēn, pf. m. mémigmai̯/ mémigmai̯ `mischen, unter, durcheinander bringen, verbinden’, med. `sich mischen, verkehren, im Kampfe zusammentreffen’; adv. ana-, epi-míks `durcheinander’; adv. míga, migádǟn, -di s, mígda, -dǟn `gemischt’; mêi̯ksi-s f. `Vermischung etc.’, mêi̯gma, mígma, mêikhm[a] (Alk.) n. `Mischung’
Slavic: *mēsītī, *mēsjātī; *mēsü
Baltic: *meĩè- vb. tr., *maĩè-ī̂- vb., *maĩè-t-a- c., *miè-ē̂- vb., *miè- vb. intr.
Germanic: ? *misk-ia- vb.
Latin: misceō, -ēre, -uī, mixtum `mischen, vermischen’
Celtic: *misk- > OIr commescatar `miscentur’, inf. mescad; Cymr mysgu `mischen'”.

309 RAIN & URINE
from “online etymology dictionary “: “urine (n.)
c. 1300, from Old French orine, urine (12c.) and directly from Latin urina “urine,” from PIE *ur- (source also of Greek ouron “urine”), variant of root *we-r- “water, liquid, milk” (source also of Sanskrit var “water,” Avestan var “rain,” Lithuanian jures “sea,” Old English waer, Old Norse ver “sea,” Old Norse ur “drizzling rain”), related to *eue-dh-r (see udder).”
Also page 104 of http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/The-Indo-European-roots-of-the-Persian-language.pdf says :urine and rain and persian baran are related : pahlavi rain = vɑ̃ran ,persian : baran ,avestan : vɑ̃r and other languages.

310 POLY- (prefix), from “online etymology dictionary” :
“word-forming element meaning “many, much, multi-, one or more,” from Greek poly-, combining form of polys “much” (plural polloi); cognate with Latin plus, from PIE root *pele- (1) “to fill,” with derivatives referring to multitudinousness or abundance (source also of Sanskrit purvi “much,” prayah “mostly;” Avestan perena-, Old Persian paru “much;” Greek plethos “people, multitude, great number,” polys “much, plenty,” ploutos “wealth;” Lithuanian pilus “full, abundant;”…..adding to old persian paru , new persian : por =full , abundant…pahlavi persian : purr…..
Also from wiktionary for word “full” ,eymology: From Middle English full, from Old English full ‎(“full”), from Proto-Germanic *fullaz ‎(“full”), from Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nَs ‎(“full”).
Germanic cognates include West Frisian fol, Low German vull, Dutch Dutch vol, German voll, Danish fuld, and Swedish and Norwegian full (the latter three via Old Norse). Proto-Indo-European cognates include English plenty (via Latin, compare plenus), Welsh llawn, Russian ïî́ëيûé ‎(pَlnyj), Lithuanian pilnas, Persian پر ‎(por), “.

311 COUGH , kurdish : kukhe ,verb : kukhin ,.. source : https://translate.google.com/#auto/ku/cough german : kukhen source : https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Kuchen#German
dutch : kuchen ( audio kukhen) …Also scots : coch (audio kokh), to cough : cochin (audio kokhin)
…Also read at the bottom of this word,some of persian dialects similar to cough
Also from “online etymology dictionary” “Etymology cough
From Middle English coughen, coghen, from Old English *cohhian (compare Old English cohhetan ‎(“to shout”)), from Proto-Germanic *kuh-. Cognate with Dutch kuchen ‎(“to cough”), German keuchen ‎(“to pant”), Albanian hukat ‎(“pant, gasp”).”…
Also this link of wikipedia https://fa.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D9%84%D9%87%D8%AC%D9%87_%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B5%D8%B1%DB%8C says to cough in an iranian dialect in fars (baaseri dialect) province is kaahidan i.e cough is kaah….Also this link http://www.corzani.ir/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=182%3A1393-12-02-02-18-24&catid=35%3A1391-03-19-08-40-03&Itemid=1 says in korzan dialect (near toyserkan) cough is هkokha=سرفه،
we should be aware that local dialects and villages in iran are a treasure of old persian vocabulary , only is hard to find the words you want ….Also this link http://www.parsi.wiki/fa/wiki/topicdetail/e63d3e530d7545c0927941d6def5c329 says in another persian dialect (domabi near isfahan) cough is کاها kàhà سرفه …ALSO this link http://khpanah.persiangig.com/page2.html says persian dialect vazvan for cough is کو کو koko= سرفه …btw according to wiktionary for german word kuchen (cough), it is derived from proto germanic *kōkô = cough..see how koko is similar to persian vazvan dialect koko
Also this link http://www.javartan.blogfa.com/tag/%DB%8C%DB%8C%D9%85 says in village javartan in khrasan cough is کُهَه/کوهَه koha or koheh” and the author of this link says from here this word went to europe and became cough….Also this link http://davanpars.com/dialect/%D8%A8%D8%A7%DB%8C%DA%AF%D8%A7%D9%86%DB%8C/2083 says cough in village of davan near kazrun is کُک kok سرفه there should be much more persian dialects , but i stop it here…

312 MIST or FOG , persian : meh or mih ,or migh میغ , pahlavi persian : mig , czech : mlha ( audio meha!) =from google translate for fog from this link you can hear audio https://translate.google.com/#auto/cs/fog , latvian : migla , polish : mgla , kurdish : mij , russian : mlga , sanskrit : mih…..Also from online etym dict perhaps from PIE *meigh- “to urinate” (cognates: Greek omikhle, Old Church Slavonic migla, Sanskrit mih, megha “cloud, mist;”.

313 DRUG , persian : daru دارو , pahlavi persian : daarüg , dutch : drug (audio drüg) , irish : drugaي( audio drügai ) , french : drogue …in this persian link : http://madanilinguist.ir/post/archive/1393/6/4/page/9 if you scroll down , it says daar in persian means tree , and daaru means small tree ,(u or ü as a suffix for small) this link says we know that in ancient time they used herbs as drugs and most herbs were taken from plants the size of a bush or small tree , they called those medicines in pahlavi persian daarüg because they were taken from bushes or small trees….Also on page 70 of this another persian link http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Vazhehaye-Irani-Suedi.pdf says the word drug is taken from ancient persian word daarüg.

314 SPLEEN (human anatomy)
from wiktionary https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D8%A7%D8%B3%D9%BE%D8%B1%D8%B2 sporz or seporz in persian means spleen …Also from online etymology dictionary : “spleen (n.)
c. 1300, from Old French esplen, from Latin splen, from Greek splen “the milt, spleen,” from PIE *spelgh- “spleen, milt” (source also of Sanskrit plihan-, Avestan sperezan, Armenian p’aicaln, Latin lien, Old Church Slavonic slezena, Lithuanian blu‍nis, Old Prussian blusne, Old Irish selg “spleen”)”. …persian : seporz from dehkhoda persian dictionary http://www.vajehyab.com/dehkhoda/%D8%B3%D9%BE%D8%B1%D8%B2 seporz in persian is spleen or” arabic tahal طحال “.

315 TRUST , persian : dorost = right, healthy , perfect
https://translate.google.com/#hy/en/%D5%BF%D6%80%D5%B8%D6%82%D5%BD%D5%BF in google translate translation of trust in armenian is trust (audio troost) ….Also in wiktionary https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D8%AF%D8%B1%D8%B3%D8%AA at the bottom of the page says about persian word dorostدرست says Descendants of persian word dorost درست :
Armenian:
Middle Armenian: դրուստ ‎(drust), տրուստ ‎(trust)audio troost
Armenian: դրուստ ‎(drüst)….also in albanian trust is troost
Also pahlavi persian right = drüst.

316 GIRDLE , GIRD
in this persian link http://www.khorasanzameen.net/php/read.php?id=1643 it says” in luri dialect in iran gordaleh گرداله means back and loin ,in persian it is gordeh , this link says in other IE languages we have english and swedish girdle and in norwegian gortel and in dutch gordel with meanings of waist and waistband.”
Also in pahlavi persian gurtak means kidney
Also online etymology dictionary says about word gird (v.) :
“Old English gyrdan “put a belt or girdle around; encircle; bind with flexible material; invest with attributes,” from Proto-Germanic *gurdjan (source also of Old Norse gyrًa, Old Saxon gurdian, Old Frisian gerda, Dutch gorden, Old High German gurtan, German gürten), from PIE *ghr-dh-, “………………………………

317 REST (break, rest, Pause, halt, recreation) , persian : rastan (to get rid of , to escape , to be saved) ,rast past participle of verb rastan, swedish : rast (break, rest, Pause, halt, recreation google translate), norwegian : rast, german : rast “rest, peace, repose” , danish : raste ( roosting) …source : rest rastan page 305 of this link http://www.parsianjoman.ir/fa/wp-content/uploads/The-Indo-European-roots-of-the-Persian-language.pdf … Also from “online etymology dictionary” for word rest : “Old High German raston, German rasten”.

318 WOE , persian : wâi , gothic : wai , icelandic : vei , romanian : vai , dutch : wee (audio wei) , latin : vae , old english wa , ALSO”online etymology dictionary” : woe (n.)
late 12c., from the interjection, Old English wa!, a common exclamation of lament in many languages (compare Latin vae, Greek oa, German weh, Lettish wai, Old Irish fe, Welsh gwae, Armenian vay). pahlavi persian : wây
ALSO wiktionary : Etymology for woe :
From Middle English wo, wei, wa, from Old English wā, wēa, from Proto-Germanic *wai, whence also Dutch wee, German weh, Danish ve, Yiddish וויי ‎(vey). Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *wai. Compare Latin vae, Persian وای ‎(vây) (Turkish vay, a Persian borrowing), and Armenian վայ ‎(vay).

319 SERAGLIO (n.)(audio səˈrälyō) the women’s apartments (harem) in an Ottoman palace… Also from “online etymology dictionary” : :
“harem,” also the name of a former palace of the sultan in Istanbul, 1580s, from Italian seraglio, alteration of Turkish saray “palace, court,” from Persian sara’i “palace, inn,” from Iranian base *thraya- “to protect” (source also of Avestan thrayeinti “they protect”), from PIE *tra-, variant form of root *tere- (2) “to cross over, pass through, overcome” (see through).
persian : saray or dialect seray, Also from google translate : spanish : serrallo audio serayo , greek : serái, french : sérail , polish : seraj audio seray italian : serraglio , latin : seraglio , swedish : seralj.

320 PATCH , persian : lateh dialect lata ,this is an old word used in old persian poems , polish : lata , czech : léta , russian : ëهٍ let , slovak : leta , .
Also in spanish parche means patch , and in persian parche means fabric or piece of fabric for clothing.
Also this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Spanish_words_of_Iranian_origin says spanish word parche has iranian origin word parcheh.

321 DESTROYED , persian ; nist as in “nist-o-nabood” or “nisti” (inexistence ,annihilation) , hindi : nasht , sanskrit : vinasta , nazita , serbian : uništena , croatian : uništen , welsh : dinistrio ,macedonian : uništeni , croatian :& serbian : nestati= disappear …Also for persian word “nisti”(inexistence ,annihilation) , serbian : ništa , bulgarian : nishto , macedonian : ništo , german : nichts , croatian : ništa….all above mostly from google translate ,see this link https://translate.google.com/#fa/hr/%D9%86%DB%8C%D8%B3%D8%AA%DB%8C.

322 PUTRID , or stink ,smell bad , persian : bu ,or buy (smell or bad smell) ,pahlavi persian : boy , sanskrit : puy , zend avesta : pu , as here on page 590 of this link https://ia802304.us.archive.org/1/items/1872sanskriten00moniuoft/1872sanskriten00moniuoft.pdf
Also from “online etymology dictionary ”
for word PUTRID says : “putrid (adj.)
early 15c., from Latin putridus, from putrere “to rot,” from putris “rotten, crumbling,” related to putere “to stink,” from PIE root *pu- (2) “to rot,
Also from “online etymology dictionary” for word pus : ” pus (n.)
late 14c., from Latin pus “pus, matter from a sore;” figuratively “bitterness, malice” (related to puter “rotten” and putere “to stink”), from PIE *pu- (2) “to rot, decay” (source also of Sanskrit puyati “rots, stinks,” putih “stinking, foul, rotten;” Greek puon “discharge from a sore,” pythein “to cause to rot;” Lithuanian puviu “to rot;” Gothic fuls, Old English ful “foul”), perhaps originally echoic of a natural exclamation of disgust.”.

323 SEMPER- (always), or spanish SIEMPRE or italian SEMPRE. , persian hamvareh or dialect hamvara.
Did you know that persian word hamvareh (always) is the same as semper or spanish siempre or iitalian sempre …sem is the same as in persian ham , pre is the same as persian vareh or dialect vara or bar… linguists say some persian h’s and kh’s are s in sanskrit and other IE languages , so persian ham is the same as same,for detailed info read below:
“SEMPER, Always. A compound of Sans. prep. sam, with, and vara, a period, a time. Hence Pers., bar, once, a time, i. e., one time; Lat., Sejjtem^her, Decem-ber, the seventh and tenth time, or period of the moon in a year. Also Northern, thrisvar, thrice, three times; Celt., cyd, with, union ; Sans., sam. ” source from https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=imgIAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA112
“Sans. prep. sam, with, and vara, ” the same as persian hamvareh.

324 MAID , persian : maadeh or dialect maada (female of any living object) an old persian word , pahlavi persian : female = maadag
ALSO this link https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=imgIAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA73 says the word maid is related to persian word maadeh or dialect maada meaning female of any living object as below:
“MAID. Ang. Sax., mseden ; Scand., maer, mey ; Pers., , mada : Goth., magath ; Ger., magd, from Sans. manh, to “giow. Skinner derives maid from Ang. Sax. magan, to be able. Ulfilas, magus, a boy; mavi, a maid; from ^magan. MIDDEN. Ang.”.

325 FONDLE , CARESS :
According to dehkhoda persian dictionary https://www.vajehyab.com/dehkhoda/%D9%84%D8%A7%D8%B3 in persian laas is female of any animal specially dogs and laas also means a male animal following a female animal and hence the meaning of fondling for laas in persian … in other IE languages according to this link : https://1000petals.wordpress.com/2013/08/18/amazing-affinity-of-russian-and-sanskrit/ :
“to caress, fondle, comfort rus. las – laskaet sans las – lasāti लस् – लसति to play, persian laas”
Also dehkhoda persian dictionary says in persian “nar-o-laas” (Tongue and groove)in carpentary and iron work means “male and female” parts of the job fitting each other…so laas here again means female.
Also parsiwiki http://www.parsi.wiki/fa/wiki/topicdetail/071b54104c6f4fa6af619a2df68c0731 says the same as above said about persian word laas.

326 HUSK (n.) from “online etymology dictionary” :
“late 14c., huske “dry, outer skin of certain fruits and seeds,” of unknown origin. “A common word since c 1400 of which no earlier trace has been found” [OED]. Perhaps from Middle Dutch huuskyn “little house, core of fruit, case,” diminutive of huus “house,” or from an equivalent formation in English (see house (n.)).”….adding to this avestan persian husko=dry ,pahlavi persian hushk=dry , persian dialect khushk = dry …more below with sources :
ALSO :HUSKY. Zend avesta, husko, dry ; Island., haese. SOURCE : https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=imgIAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA56
ALSO page 1016 of this link says : https://ia802304.us.archive.org/1/items/1872sanskriten00moniuoft/1872sanskriten00moniuoft.pdf zend avesta hushka dry
DRY , persian : khoshk or dialect khushk , bengali : shushka , pahlavi persian : hushk , zend avesta : hushka , hindi : sukha , sanskrit : zuska , bulgarian : sukh , croatian : suho , czech : sukhy , kurdish : zuha , polish : suchy , russian : sukhoy , welsh : sych audio sykh
ALSO DRY , persian : khoshk or khushk , pahlavi persian : hushk , sanskrit : (śuṣka) (śúṣka) , …remember that linguists say “some h’s and kh’s in persian are “s” in sanskrit and other IE languages” … bengali : Śuṣka , romanian : uscat ,
HUSKY : husk +‎ -y; in relation to voice, from the sense “dry as a husk” or “tough as a husk”.

327 CRIMSON
from Old Spanish cremesin, via Medieval Latin cremesinus from Persian قرمز qirmiz “a kermes”, which is ultimately from Sanskrit कृमिज krmi-ja literally: “red dye produced by a worm.”[23]
source : wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_English_words_of_Sanskrit_origin
btw the word “worm” in persian is kirm and in sanskrit is krimi or krmi.

328 LILAC , from wiktionary for lilac : etymology .
“From obsolete French lilac (now lilas), from Arabic لِيلَك (līlak), from Persian نیلک (nilak), from نیل (nil, “dark blue”), ultimately from Sanskrit नीला (nîlâ, “dark blue”)[1]”.
ALSO from “online etymology dictionary” : “lilac (n.).
1620s, shrub of genus Syringa with mauve flowers, from French lilac, from Spanish lilac, from Arabic lilak, from Persian lilak, variant of nilak “bluish,” from nil “indigo” (compare Sanskrit nilah “dark blue”), a word of uncertain origin. Attested from 1791 as a color name; as a scent, from 1895. As an adjective, “pale”.

329 ALIVE or TO LIVE , persian zi = imperative form to live , pahlavi persian zi(wi)stan= to live, polish : żywo live, slovenian : živo live , croatian : ‍živ alive , latvian ; Dzīvs (audio) zivs , lithuanian : Gyvas ,avestan persian : jvô [jva]= alive, avestan persian : life =gaya, nepali : Jîvita, bulgarian : zhiv also look at https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CE%B6%E1%BF%B7%CE%BF%CE%BD#Ancient_Greek

330 HEART ,and CREED
If you see all the following different links , the summary conclusion is : these words: “heart , cardiac , creed , credit , italian credo i think , avestan persian zered , zaredaya heart , Sanskrit zraddhA “faith”). sans. hRdaya heart , persian kherad wisdom, pahlavi persian kherad wisdom . slavic languages Sréda middle ” are all related …also remembering some persian kh and h is interchangable in other IE languages to s and z.

HEART , avestan persian : zered , zaredaya , russian : serdtse , armenian : sirt , bulgarian : sŭrtse , czech : srdce , latvian : sirds ….remember that h ,s, z change to each other sometimes in IE languages …first i guessed avestan zered is a cognate word for heart , now this link says it IS a cognate word : https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=https://ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/%25D1%2581%25D0%25B5%25D1%2580%25D0%25B4%25D1%2586%25D0%25B5&prev=search says :)last lines”( It comes from praslav. * Srdko from cat. among other things happened: OE-Russian. srdtse ; Wed .: st.-Slavic. srdts؛ (al-Greek. καρδία), Ukr. Serce , Belarus. Serce, Bulg. srtse , serbohorv. sȑtse, Slovenian. srsẹ̑, Czech. Slovak. srdce , OE Pol. sierse , Pol., n-puddles. serse. Praslav. * Srdko as slnko * (see. The sun), contains Reduce. (* K ^ ērd-), arm. sirt, Gotha. haيrtô- Wed. R. “Heart” in Greek. Καρδία, κραδίη., Lat. COR (b. p. cordis) Wed. p., OE HDI. cride (* ḱerdi̯o-), Hittite. kard (kardi-) Wed. R. “Heart”, on the other alternation stage vowels. Sereda. Avg. also Old Indian. hḁ̀d-, hḁ̀dauam Wed. R. “Heart” of Avesta. zǝrǝd” ….Also interestingly zered in avestan means “center or middle” too , and in all other languages heart and sered words mean center or middle too !.

331 HOLD, KEEP , persian : darad = he holds he keeps ,,he has ,persian : daar imperative for hold keep, avestan persian :dar-
(v. rt. cl. 1, 10) to hold/keep” also avestan persian : dârayat [dar]
9 (impf. act. 3/1) to hold,..russian :Derzhat’ …sanskrit Dharati To hold
ALSO this link in wiktionary
https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ru&u=https://ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/%25D0%25B4%25D0%25B5%25D1%2580%25D0%25B6%25D0%25B0%25D1%2582%25D1%258C&prev=search says :russian Derzhat’(to hold to keep)is probably related to avestan persian Dra‍aitē(keep, carry with you) as following:
“Comes from praslav. * Dźrźati, from the cat. Among other things, happened: st.-slav. Držѫ (other-Greek κατέχω , κρατέω ), Russian. To hold , Ukr. Holdi , bolg. Държа , сербохорв . Drzhati, slovenian. Dŕžati, Czech. Držet , Slovak. Držať , polish. Dzierżyć , in.-Puddle. Džeržeć, н.-луж. Źaržaś. Further, probably related. Av. Dražaitē (inf. Drāǰaŋhe) “keep, carry with you, lead, ” the Greek. Δράσσομαι , att. Δράττμαι «to hug , to snap ». From these forms, the forms are divided into Indoevr. Dh- and gh: other ind. Dŕ̥hyati “he is strong,” dŕ̥hati “makes strong”, dr̥ḍhás ” strong “, av. Darǝzayeiti “binds, binds,” dǝrǝz-g. ” Communication , ties “, lat. Fortis , old. Forctis ” strong , brave “, lit. Diržtù, dir‍ti “become hard, harden”. The data of the dictionary of M. Fasmer are used . See References. .

332 HAND , persian dast , avestan persian : zasta , sanskrit : hastas
this link : https://end.translatum.gr/wiki/Appendix:List_of_Proto-Indo-European_roots says :
hand Lat. hestos; hasta; praestō, Umbrian hostatu, Ir. gass/gas, Lith. pa-‍astẽ, Skt. hastas, Avest. zasta, Pers. dast
Also if you google for “praesto Studies in Latin Language and Literature” you find this paragraph : “Thomas Cole, ‎David Ross – 1973 – ‎Foreign Language Study
Though the etymology of praesto ‘at hand’ has been contested, locative prae- is descriptively … that praesto derives from a phrase *prai hesto ‘bei der Hand’ (cf.”.

333 MOON & MONTH , from “online etymology dictionary ” :
“Old English mona, from Proto-Germanic *menon- (cognates: Old Saxon and Old High German mano, Old Frisian mona, Old Norse mani, Danish maane, Dutch maan, German Mond, Gothic mena “moon”), from PIE *me(n)ses- “moon, month” (cognates: Sanskrit masah “moon, month;” Avestan ma, Persian mah, Armenian mis “month;” Greek mene “moon,” men “month;” Latin mensis “month;” Old Church Slavonic meseci, Lithuanian menesis “moon, month;” Old Irish mi, Welsh mis, Breton miz “month”), probably from root *me- “to measure,” in reference to the moon’s phases as the measure of time.”
Also french month is mois (audio mwa) closest one to persian month maah.

334 “FATHER or MOTHER IN LAW” , PERSIAN (DIALECT) : khosura (some isfahan towns , also arak and borujerd area , i heard it myself as a kid on a trip to golpayegan as “baba khosura” , avestan persian : xvasura، , old indian : śvaśrū- , sanskrit : śvaśura (remeber that sometimes s in sanskrit and other indoeuropean languages changes to kh in avestan and old persian ) , italian : suocero (suvachero) , slovak : svokor …a lot of mother in law translation on google translate similar to svasura and more………………………….also from very big sans. dict. “_. , featura, as, m. (perhaps for original
sva-iura, see iSura; in Unadi-s. I. 45. said to be
fr. rt. I. a(f with jfu for aiu prefixed), a father-in-
law, a wife’s or husband’s father ; one to be treated
as a father-in-law, a venerable man ; a proper N. ;
(a), m.du. a father and mother-in-law; [cf. Zend
qadura ; Gr. exvp6-s for aftxvpo-s ; Lat. socer
for svecer; Goth, evaihra; Old Germ, srehur;
Angl. Sax. sweger, sweor ; Slav, svekm; Lith.
szeszura-s ; Cambro-Brit. f wegrwn.~\

Svaiuraka, as, m. a father-in-law.

Svaiurya,as,m. a brother-in-law, wife’s brother,
husband’s brother ; a husband’s younger brother.

Svairu, us, f. a mother-in-law ; [cf. Gr. ixvpa ;
Lat. socrus ; Goth, sraihrd ; Old Germ, suigar ;
Cambro-Brit. fwegyr ; Slav, si-ekruvi or srekry;
perhaps Lith. uszwt.~\-S’i-as’ru-s’i-as’ura, au, m.
du. mother and father-in-law.
Also from this link https://end.translatum.gr/wiki/Appendix:List_of_Proto-Indo-European_roots father-/mother-in-law Russ. свекровь (svekrov’), Skr. श्वशुर (śvaśura); श्वश्रू (śvaśrū), Lith. šešuras, Gm. swigur/Schwieger, Welsh chwegr, Arm. skesur/sgesur, Gk. ἑκυρός (hekuros), Lat. socrus, Alb. vjehërr, Kamviri č.uč., Eng. swēor/—, Av. xvasura-, Polish świekra, Goth. swaíhrō, ON svǽra, OCS svekŭrŭ.

 

 

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Some words that still not sure of their connection , but strongly there is a chance of connection :
PERISH , persian : parish (depressed, shooed away and scattered) , CHAMBER , persian : chambareh , FASCINATE , latin: fascinum (casting spell), persian : afsoon (charm, spell, bewitchment)
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if you google for “avesta cognates” or click on this link : http://www.avesta.org/cognates.htm (there is a website with a chart of 75 avestan words similar to English words), or “Dictionary of most common avesta words” , interestingly you will find that those avestan words are too similar to today’s English words , like these avestan words : year (yare) ,arm (arema), you (yuzh), he (he) ,we (vae) ,fresh (frasha) , win (van) , three (thri) , gape (gapa) ,path (pathan) , now ( nû), not (nôit) ..and many more….these similarities are mind-boggling , specially considering the distance between Iran and England…of course other languages like Latvian and lithuanian have a lot of similar words with avestan and sanskrit languages too.
My resources : Google translate , Wiktionary (translations part of every word in wiktionary has translation of each word almost in all languages), … Mackenzie concise pahlavi dictionary … “An Etymological Dictionary of Persian, English and other Indo-European Languages”… “Online Etymology Dictionary”…also many other sources that you can see those sources as “green links” on some of the 334 words above..,also i have discovered many of these words connections by myself..

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