1) fargot; 2) fargotidan
Fr.: 1) promesse; 2) promettre
1a) A declaration that something will or will not be done, given, etc.,
M.E. promis(se), from O.Fr. promesse "promise, guarantee, assurance" and directly from L. promissum "a promise," from promittere "send forth; let go; assure beforehand, promise," from → pro- + mittere "to release; send."
Fargot, literally "word (say, saying) put forth," from far-, variant of farÃ¢-, → pro-, + got, from gotan, gutan (as in Kurd. (Kurm.) gÃ´tin, guhtin, (Sor.) gutin, Gilaki gutan, Shahmerzadi. -got- "to speak"), variant of goftan "to say, tell, utter," Mid.Pers. guftan; O.Pers. gaub- "to say."