Latin "par", Ancient Greek "παρά-"

Reply Tue 7 Jan, 2020 09:21 pm
I found out that:

Gothic *juk means yoke.

Gothic gajuk means pair.

Gothic gajuko means parable.

English pair is from Latin par.

English parable is from Ancient Greek πᾰρᾰβᾰ́λλω. Morphologically παρά- +‎ βάλλω.

Could Latin "par" and Ancient Greek "παρά-" be cognate?
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