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Proto-IE: *dhē-
Nostratic etymology: Nostratic etymology
Meaning: to put, to set
Hittite: dai-, tai- (II) 'setzen, legen, stellen', tija- (I) 'treten, hintreten, sich stellen', tittanu- (I) 'hinstellen, hinsetzen', zikk- (I) 'legen, fetsetzen' (Friedrich 202-203, 223-225, 260-261)
Tokharian: A tā-, tä-s-, B tättā-, tä-s-, tā-s- 'to place, set' (Adams 283 f)
Old Indian: dádhāti, aor. adhām, med. ádhita, ptc. hitá-, -dhitá-, inf. dhātum, pf. dadhā́u, dadhimá `to put, place, set'; dhā́tu- m. `layer, constituent part'; dhāka- m. `receptacle'; dhā- m., f., dha- m. `placer, holder' (in comp.), dhi- m. `receptacle' (in comp.); dhātár- m. `establisher, founder'; dhiti-, hiti- f. `putting, placing' (in comp.); dhā́na- n. `receptacle, case, seat', dhána- n. `prize of a contest, contest', (in comp.) `putting, placing'; dhā́man- n. `dwelling-place, abode, domain'
Avestan: daδaiti `ersetzt', ptc dāta-; vī-δātu- n. `Begründung, feste Fügung', pf. 3 sg. daδa; gaoδi- `Milchbehälter'; gao-δana- n. `Milchgefäss'; dāman-, dąman- n. `Stätte, Wohnstätte; Geschöpf'; ni-δāiti- f. `das Niederlegen, Ablegen, Verbergen'
Other Iranian: OPers ipf. sg. adadā, ptc dāta-
Armenian: dnem `ich setze', aor. ed `er setzte'
Old Greek: títhēmi, aor. éthēka, pl. éthemen, p. etéthēn, pf. téthēka, m.-p. téthemai̯, va. thetó-; thētón = bōmón Hsch.; aná-thēma n. `das Aufgestellte, Weihgeschenk' etc., théma n. `Satz, Einsatz, Thema usw.'; thēmṓn, -ō̂nos m. `Haufe', théma n. `intergelegtes Geld, aufgestellte Behauptung, Satz; Stammform (Gramm)'; thétǟ-s m. `Versetzer, Verpfänder'; thetḗr = tolmḗtēs, práktēs Hsch., dia-thetḗr `Anordner'; thesmó-s, dor. tethmó-s, lak., ark., lokr. thethmó-s m. `Satzung, Gesetz, Sitte', thési-s f. `das Satzen, Aufstellung, Stellung, Lage, Adoption, Satz etc.', pl. thémethla n. `Fundamente, Grund(lage)'; thḗkǟ f. `Behältnis, Kasten, Grab'; hom. thōǟ́, dial. thōi̯i̯ē, thōa f. `Strafe, Busse'; att. thā̂ko-s, ep., ion., dor., poet. thō̂ko-s m. `Sitzung, Sitz, Stuhl', *thawako-: thabakón = thākòn ḕ homorón (fort. thā̂kon ḕ thrónon) Hsch.; thōmó-s m. `Haufe, Schober'
Slavic: *dējā́tī, *dḕjǭ; *dḗtī, *dḗnǭ/*dedjǭ; *dēvā́tī; *na-, *o-dedjā; *sǭ̃dъ, *nādъ, ? *zādъ, ? *podъ, ? *ūdъ; *obьdo; *bolgo-dētь
Baltic: *dē̂- (2) vb., *ded-in̂- vb., *dēw-ē̂- vb., *dē̃-tl-iā̃ f., *dē̂-ti- c., *dē̂-m-iā̃, *de(d)-m-iā̃ f., *dā-m-iā̃ f., *dē̂-s-n-ia- c.
Latin: condō, -dere, -didī, -ditum; pf. -didī; conditor m. `Gründer, St ifter'; conditiō f. `Gründung', conditus, -ūs m. `Gründung', addō, -dere, -didī, -ditum `apotíthēmi'; sacerdōs `Priester', crēdō, -ere, -didī, -ditum `vertrauen auf jd., darleihen, Glauben schenken, meinen'
Other Italic: Osk prúftú `posita'; prúffed `posuit'
Celtic: Gaul dede `posuit'; *dhatlo- 'Versammlung' > OIr dāl, OCymr datl, Cymr dall, OBret dadl; Bret dael `contestation, querelle'
Russ. meaning: ставить, ложить
References: WP I 826 f
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