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Germanic etymology :

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Proto-Germanic: *ɵū, *ɵu; *ɵiki
Meaning: thou
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ɵu (*ɵū)
Old Norse: ɵū
Old English: ɵū̆
English: thou
Old Saxon: thū̆
Middle Low German:
Old High German: thū (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: dū̆
German: du; dir; dich
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *te-, *towe-, *tū
Meaning: pron. pers. 2 sg.
Hittite: -ta, -du- 'dir, dich', -ti- 'dein', tuel (G.), tuedaz (Abl.), tuk, tukka 'dir, dich', zik, zigga 'du' (Friedrich 201, 223, 226, 227, 260)
Tokharian: A tu, B tuwe (PT *tuwe) 'thou' (Adams 302)
Old Indian: tú, tū, t(u)vám; te
Avestan: encl. tū, gath. tvǝ̄m, jav. tūm; poss. tava, gath. ɵwa-
Other Iranian: OPers tuvam
Armenian: du
Old Greek: sǘ, dor. tǘ; hom. tū́nē, lak. tū́nē, boeot. tūn; poss. hom., ion., att. só-, hom., lesb., dor. teó-, boeot. tió-; dat. toi
Slavic: *tɨ̄, dat. *tī
Baltic: *tū̂, -tei, *taw-
Germanic: *ɵū, *ɵu; *ɵiki
Latin: tū, poss. tuus; tē
Other Italic: Osk tuvai 'tuae'; Umbr tover 'tui'
Celtic: { OIr tū, tussu, -sso, Cymr usw. ti }
Albanian: ti, poss. üt, acc. tɛnt
Russ. meaning: 2 ед.
References: WP I 745
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Vasmer's dictionary :

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Word: ты
Near etymology: -- местоим., укр. ти, блр. ты, др.-русск. ты, ст.-слав. ты σύ, болг. ти, сербохорв. ти̑, словен. tî, чеm., слвц. tу, польск. tу, в.-луж., н.-луж. tу.
Further etymology: И.-е. *tū и *tu:лит. tù "ты", лтш. tu, др.-прусск. tou, tu, др.-инд. tvám, tuvam "ты", авест. энкл. tū, также tvǝm, др.-перс. tuvam, греч. σύ (где σ из tv- косвенных пп.), дор. τύ, лат. tū, др.-ирл. tú, гот. þu "ты", алб. ti (*tū), тохар. tu; см. Бругман, Grdr. 2, 2, 383 и сл.; Траутман, ВSW 331 и сл.; Арr. Sprd. 451; М.--Э. 4, 254 и сл.; И. Шмидт, Pluralb. 220; Уленбек; Aind. Wb. 113, 118. Отсюда произведено ты́кать "говорить ты", укр. ти́кати, блр. ты́каць, чеш. tykati, слвц. tуkаt᾽, польск. tykać, а также тыка́лка "тот, кто сваливает вину с себя на других", смол. (Добровольский), буквально "тот, кто тыкает, говорит ты".
Pages: 4,130
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Baltic etymology :

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Proto-Baltic: *tū̂, -tei, *taw-
Meaning: thou
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Lithuanian: tù 'du', Lith encl. dat. -ti, -t; poss. tãva-, f. tava,
Lettish: tu 'du', poss. tavs, f. tava;
Old Prussian: toū, encl. tu 'du'
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Pokorny's dictionary :

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Number: 2047
Root: tū̆
English meaning: thou
German meaning: `du'
Grammatical comments: Gen. t(e)u̯e, Dat. toi, tebh(e)i, Akk. te; Stämme tū̆-, teu̯o-, teu̯e-, tu̯o-, tu̯e- und te-
Material: 1. Ai. tú, tū́ `doch' (zur hervorhebenden und auffordernden Partikel geworden), av. ds., enkl. `du'; ar. *tuu̯-ám (nach ai. ahám) in ai. tuvám, tvám, gthav. tvǝ̄m, jav. tūm, ap. tuvam `du'; arm.du `du';

    gr. dor. τύ, hom. ion. att. σύ (σ- aus den Kas. obl., wo σ- aus τ-), hom. τύ̄νη, lak. τούνη, böot. τουν (nach ἐγώ-ν, -νη); alb. ti (*); lat. ; air. (*tŭ oder *), tu-ssu, -sso (*tŭ) `du', cymr. ti usw. (*); got. þu, aisl. þū und suffig. þu, þo, as. thū, ahd. , du; lit. tù (* oder *tŭ?), apr. tou (*) `du'; aksl. ty; toch. A tu, В t(u)we, hitt. zik, zikka `du'(*tega aus *te + *egō), tuk, tukka `dir, dich', enklit. -du- (*tu) und -ta (*te oder *toi) `dir, dich';

    2. idg. *teu̯e- `dein', kelt. *tou̯e in air. toī, mcymr. teu `das Deinige', vortonig kelt. *tou > air. do `dein', cymr. dy, corn. the, bret. da ds.; hitt. -ti- `dein'.

    3. Possessivum teu̯o-s, tu̯o-s: ai. tvá-ḥ, gthav. ɵwa-, av. tava-, hom. ion. att. σός (*τός), hom. lesb. dor. τεός, böot. τιός (*τεός); alb. y-t, Akk. tën-t (Verschmelzung des Artikels mit dem Poss.); lat. tuus (aus *tovos), umbr. tover `tui', osk. tuvai `tuae'; lit. tãvas, aksl. tvojь.

References: WP. I 745, WH. II 712, Trautmann 315, 331, Jackson Lang and Hist. 657, Mayrhofer 1, 507, Vasmer 3, 102 f., Pedersen Hittitisch p. 58.
Pages: 1097-1098
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