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Proto-Germanic: *diwan- vb., *daujan- vb.; *dáuɵu-z; *daudá-; *dawa-n
Meaning: die
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *diwan st. `die'; dauɵ-s (a) `dead'; dauɵu-s m. (u) `death'; caus. *dauɵjan wk.
Old Norse: deyja (dō; dāinn) st. `sterben'; dauδ-r `tot'; dauδ-r m. `Tod', dauδ-r `tot', dauδar, dauδi `Tod'; dā n. `Ohnmacht', dān f. `Tod' (in Zs.)
Norwegian: döya vb.; daud sbs., adj.
Old Swedish: dāna(r)arver; Run. weladAude, welad(A)ud
Swedish: dö vb.; danɔrv; död sbs., adj.
Old Danish: danearv
Danish: dö vb.; död sbs., adj.
Old English: dēad `tot', dēaɵ `Tod'
English: die, dead, death
Old Frisian: dāth; dād
Old Saxon: dōian `sterben'; dōth; dōd
Middle Dutch: doot f., m.; doyen, douwen `sterven, wegkwijnen'; doot
Dutch: dood m.; dod
Old Franconian: dōt m.
Middle Low German: dōt
Old High German: touwen `sterben' (9.Jh.), tewen (10.Jh.); tōt (8.Jh.) `tot'; tōd (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: tōt adj. 'gestorben, tot, getötet'; töuwen, touwen wk. 'mit dem tode ringen, dahin sterben'; tōt (gen. tōdes) st. m. 'Tod, Sterben, Toter, Leichnam'
German: tot, Tod m.
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