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Proto-Baltic: *dō̂- 2 (prs. *dō̂-meî 2, inf. *dō̂-teî 1, prt. *daw-ē-) vb., *dā̂w-ā̂- (1) vb., *dā̂w-an-ā̂ (2) f., *dā̃w-ia- c.; *dō̂-tl-iā̃, *dō̃-tl-iā̃ f., *dā̂-tl-a- c., *dā̂-t-a- c.
Meaning: give
Indo-European etymology: Indo-European etymology
Old Lithuanian: dúomi 1 sg.
Lithuanian: dúoti (dúodu, dial. dúomu, prt. dàvē) `geben', dōvinà, dōvanà 'Gabe, Lith dō̃vi-s 'Gabe, Schenkung'; dúoklē, dō̃klē 'Abgaba, Tribut', dial. dṓkla-s 'gerosser Korb aus Weidengeflecht zum Transport von Heu'; dō̃ta-s 'Gabe, Geschenk, Tribut'; pl. nuodaĩ 'Gift', priẽda-s 'Zugabe'
Lettish: duôt (/ duõt Dond., Līn., Tr. inf. duõt neben prs. duôdu) (prs. duômu/duôdu, prt. devu) 'geben'; dâvana, dãvana 'Gabe, Geschenk'; dãvât, dâvât (-āju) 'anbieten; schenken'
Old Prussian: dāst 'gibt', inf. dāt(on), dātwei; acc. dāian `Gabe'
baltet-meaning,baltet-prnum,baltet-olith,baltet-lith,baltet-lett,baltet-oprus,

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