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Proto-IE: *dom-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: house
Old Indian: pátir dán; dám-pati- m. `lord of the house'; dáma- m.n. `house, home', loc. dame `at home'; dámū-nas `friend of the house'; {mana- m. Gebäude, Wohnung}
Avestan: dǝ̄ng paitiš 'Gebieter' (gen. *dems); loc. dąm 'im Hause', ha-dǝmōi 'im selben Haus'; nom. uši-dɔ̄ Name eines Gebirges; dǝmā̆na-, nmāna- n. 'Haus'
Armenian: tun (*dōm), gen., dat. tan, acc. tun, instr. tamb (*dǝmbhi) `Haus'
Old Greek: dómo-s m. `Haus, Wohnung, Zimmer'; hom. acc. dō̂ `nach Hause'; dō̂ma n. `Haus, Wohnung, Tempel'; ? én-don `innen, darin, zu Hause'; dá-pedo-n n. `Fussboden, Erdboden'; dóma, gen. -atos = dō̂ma Max. 448; dóma = teikhíon Hsch.; des-pótǟs m. `Herr, Hausherr, Herrscher'; ? dmṓs, -ōós m. `Sklave, Knecht'
Slavic: *dòmъ (u-St.), adv. loc. *dòmā, dat. *domõvь
Baltic: *dimst-i- c.
Germanic: *tum-f(i)t-ō f.
Latin: domus, -ūs/-ī f. `Haus', loc. domī `zu Hause', dominus, -ī `Hausherr, Herr', domina f. `Hausfrau, Herrin'
Russ. meaning: дом
References: WP I 786 f
Comments: Probably related to *dema- 'to build'.
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