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Proto-IE: *deya-, *dy[ā]-
Meaning: to give light, to be visible
Hittite: ? tesha- c. 'Schlaf, Traum' (Friedrich 222)
Tokharian: ? A tiri `Art und Weise'
Old Indian: dīdeti, 3 pl. dīdyati, ipf. 3 sg. ádidet, imp. 2 sg. , dīdihi, didīhí `to shine, be bright'; su-dītí- f. `bright flame', adj. `shining'
Old Greek: hom. ipf. déato `schien', deámǟn = edokímadzon, edóksadzon Hsch., déatai̯ = pháinetai, dokêi Hsch., Arc. conj. déātoi̯; aor. hom. doássato `erschien', conj. doássetai̯; hom. déelo- `offenbar, deutlich', <díalo->: díalon = phanerón, diálas = tàs dḗlas kaí phanerás (Hsch.); hom. arí-zd[ǟ]lo- `sehr deutlich, klar'; dendíllō etw. `auf jn. hinsehen, Blicke werfen';
Baltic: *dei-r=; *dī-r-ē̂-, *dī̂-r-ā̂- vb., *daî-r-ī̂- (1) vb., *dai-r-u- adj.
Germanic: *tai-t-a- adj., *tai-t-ō- vb., *ti-dr-a- adj.; ? *tai-l=; *tei-r-i- adj., *tei-r-a- m.
Russ. meaning: светить, быть видным
References: WP I 772 f
piet-meaning,piet-hitt,piet-tokh,piet-ind,piet-greek,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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