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Proto-IE: *de
Meaning: part./conj.
Old Greek: dè 'aber', dḗ 'eben, nun, gerade', dái̯ hinter Fragewörtern '(was) denn?'
Slavic: *dā
Baltic: *da, *dā
Latin: quan-de, quam-de 'wann', in-de 'woher'; *-dām (quīdam, quondam), dum 'noch', conj. 'während, indes', -dum (nōndum, etiam dum usw.), dummodō, dumnē usw.; -dem; dōnec, dōnique, OLat dōnicum 'so lange als'; quan-dō
Other Italic: Osk pan, Umbr pane, 'quam', Osk pún, Umbr pon(n)e 'quom', Umbr ne-rsa 'donec'; Osk ísídum 'idem'
Russ. meaning: частица, союз
References: WP I 769 f
Comments: See other derivations in WP.
piet-meaning,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,piet-comment,

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