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Proto-IE: *dāwe-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to burn, to roast
Tokharian: A twās-, B tu-, twās- (PT *tu-, twesā-) 'kindle, ignite, light' (Adams 298)
Old Indian: dunoti , dūyate `to burn, to be burnt', ptc. dūná-; dāvá- m. `conflagration, fire'
Old Greek: dái̯ō, aor. dâu̯sai̯ `eŋkaûsai' (Hsch.) `anzünden', pf. dédǟa, aor. daē̂nai̯, lakon. ekdawē̂i̯ <ekdabē̂i> ekkauthē̂i̯ (Hsch.), ptc. dedau̯méno- `lodern, brennen', dáos n. `Fackel', dānó- `trocken' (< *dawesnó-), daeló-s, dāló-s `Feuerbrand'; dáu̯ak-s <dáu̯akes> `головня, голо вешка' (Hsch.); daēró- <daērón> `горячий, kau̯matērós, светлый, ясный' (Hsch.), daēthmó-s (~ -ó-n) <daēthmón> `пожар' (Hsch.)
Baltic: *deû- (2) vb. tr., *dǖ- vb. intr.
Germanic: *tu-sk-ia- vb.
Celtic: OIr dōim `senge, brenne'; gen. condid `Brennholz'; MIr connad, condud `Brennholz'; Cymr cynneu `anzünden'; cynnud `Feuerung', Corn kunys `Brennholz', Bret keuneud `Brennholz'
Russ. meaning: жечь, держать на огне
References: WP I 767 f
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