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Proto-IE: *dAns-
Meaning: to teach
Old Indian: dáṁsas- n., daṁsána- n., daṁsánā f. `surprising or wonderful deed, marvellous power or skill'; dáṁsu- `wonderful'; dasrá- `accomplishing wonderful deeds'
Avestan: daŋhah- `Geschicklichkeit, Gewanddheit'; daŋra- `geschickt, kündig'; dasmá- `wunderkräftig (von Göttern)', dahma- `in religiösen Fragen wissend, eingeweiht'; dīdaiŋhē `ich werde unterwiesen', dąstvā f. `Lehere, Dogma'
Old Greek: aor. pass. daē̂nai̯, ep. daḗmenai̯, pf. dedáēka, dedaṓs `lernen', aor. hom. dédae, 3 pl. dédaon Hsch., inf. hom. dedáasthai (? *-dáe-) `lehren'; didáskō `id.'; pl. dǟ́nea n. `Ratschläge, Anschläge', *a-dǟnḗs: a-danḗs `apronóētos' (Hsch.), EM, a-dēnḗs `ákakos' (Hsch.), pl. polüdḗnea `polǘboulon' (Hsch.); daí-phrōn `klugen Sinn habend'; a-daḗs (Soph.) `unkundig, unerfahren', hom. daḗmōn `kundig', dáēsi-s (EM)
Russ. meaning: учить чему-то (высшему)
References: WP I 793
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