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Proto-IE: *dhwes-
Meaning: to blow, to breath; spirit, deity
Tokharian: B täṃts- 'scatter, disperse' (Adams 288-289)
Old Indian: dhvaṁsati `to fall to pieces or dust, decay, be ruined, perish', ptc. dhvasta-; dhvasmán- m. `polluting, darkening', dhvasirá- `sprinkled, spattered', dhvasrá- `decaying, falling off', dhvasti- f. `ceasing, destruction'
Avestan: dvąs- (mit Praeverb.) `fliegen'
Slavic: *dvoxātī, *dъxnǭtī, *dъxъ; *dūxъ, *dūšjā; *dɨ̄xātī, *dɨ̄šātī
Baltic: *dwē̃s- (*dwes-ja-) vb., *dwes-el-jā̂ f., *dwas-jā̂ f., *dwas-a- c., *dwas-n-ā̂ f., *daũs-ā̂ f., *dus-a- c., *dūs-ō̂- vb., *dus- vb. intr.
Germanic: *dwḗs=, *dwás=, *dū́s=, *dús=; *díus-a- n., *diuz-á- n., *dáus=, *dūs-ō- vb., *dus-ō- vb., *dus-ja- vb.; *dūz-á- m., *dūz-á- n., *dūz-ṓ- vb.
Latin: februum, -ī `Reinungsmittel', pl. `Reinigungsfest im Februar', februāre `pūrgere, lūstrāre', februārius `Reinungsmonat'; ? fērālis, -e `den Toten gehörig'; bēstia f. `Tier, bes. wildes Tier', bellua f. `Tier'
Celtic: Gaul dusios `daemon immundus, incubus'; OIr dāsacht `Wut', dāistir immum `ich werde rasend'
Russ. meaning: дуть, дышать; дух, божество
References: WP I 843 f
Comments: A derivation from *dhū- #1926.
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