(Fig # 3)
C.A. fuwwara-h: spring, source of water, well,water-trough, basin,
pool and pond.
far: It wells, pours forth from the spring,
Gk. phrear "well, spring, cistern,"
(Fig. # 4)
C.A. fwr: fury, ebulation of anger and rage .
fury: late 14c., "fierce passion," from O.Fr. furie (14c.), from L.
furia "violent passion, rage, madness," related to furere "to rage, be mad."
They all, without exception, date from the Classical Arabic
period and happen to correspond to the various Germanic, Latin, Greek, Celtic,
and Sanskrit COMBINED definitions.
Are we to entertain the idea that
these C. A. words are ALL loan words?
Unfortunately, this would defy reason, since loan words are usually
borrowed haphazardly, NEVER to correspond systematically, so neatly and
conveniently, to a single root from a hypothetical PIE *bher- .