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Proto-IE: *dhuga-t-er- (IndoIr. -gh-)
Meaning: daughter
Hittite: Lyk. kbatra- 'daughter' (Melchert)
Tokharian: A ckācar, B tkacer Tochter (Adams 312)
Old Indian: duhitár- f. `daughter'
Avestan: dugǝdar-, duɣdar- 'Tochter'
Other Iranian: NPers duxtar, duxt 'Tochter'
Armenian: dustr, gen. dster `Tochter'
Old Greek: thügátēr, -trós, acc. thügatéra f. `Tochter'
Slavic: *dъtjī, gen. *dъtjere; *pāstorъkā, -ɨ̄ 'Stieftochter'
Baltic: *duktē̃ (-er-) f.
Germanic: *doxtēr
Russ. meaning: дочь
References: WP I 868
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