Türkische aussprache pôr
, give off
Etymologie [ pOr, por ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English pouren, pouren (“to pour”). Origin uncertain. Likely of Celtic origin, from Celtic base *purr- (“to jerk, throw (water)”). Akin to Welsh bwrw (“to cast; to strike; to rain”), Scottish Gaelic purr (“to push, thrust, urge, drive”), Irish purraim (“I push, I jerk”). Displaced native Middle English schenchen, schenken (“to pour”) (from Old English scencan (“to pour out”)), ȝeoten, yetten (“to pour”) (from Old English ġēotan (“to pour”)), temen (“to pour out, empty”) (from Old Norse tǿma (“to pour out, empty”)), birlen (“to pour, serve drink to”) (from Old English byrelian (“to pour, serve drink to”)), hellen (“to pour, pour out”) (from Old Norse hella (“to pour out, incline”)).