ABOUT THE KHAR- ROOT IN GEORGIAN
The root khar has a great load in the Georgian language. It forms such lexical units as: The Annunciation, joy, evangelist, gospel and others. ταρά should be coming from Old Greek (χαίρω). We have Modern Greek form - ταίρω (I am happy/ I am joyful) (Χαίρω, ταίρομαι - I am happy/ I am joyful). According to the morphological processes in the aorist past it changes the form and becomes τάρ-ικα (I was happy/ I was joyful). The root ταρ- is found in the Greek word building. We have such lexical units like: - τάρισμα (the gift), ταρούμενος (happy, free, free of charge), ταριτομένος (funny), σσγταρητήρια (congratulate), σσγταρητήριος (salutatory), σσνετάρη (I congratulate) and so on. Εσταριστία – gratitude, pleasure, Εστάριστος – with great pleasure, Εσταριστώ - Thank you. Khi root has its equivalence in Georgian language-dialects (G. Klimov, N. Mari, H. Henrich, Z. Sarjveladze) and settled in Indo-European language, in Greek language (R. Gordeziani). In our opinion, khi root changed phonetically and came back in Georgian Language as a khar form. As a result of our observation it appeared that the Greek root, ταρ forms nouns and verbal forms. khar root nouns are productive in anthropology as well.