Meanings

1.
to worry, to be sick, to care (for someone sick)
(The notable English member of this family is "sorrow". "sorry" and "sore" are not related, and instead come from a root that was about suffering.)
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Root: *swergh-

The core idea of this root was:

worrying, being sick, taking care of someone sick

The only English family member I could find in the sources is sorrow.
Sorry and sore, even though they would fit in here, come from a different root that was about suffering.

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