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Proto-IE: *dhē-
Meaning: to do, to make
Old Indian: dhātár- m. `creator'
Avestan: dāmi- f. `Schöpfung', adj. `schaffend, Schöpfer'
Slavic: *dḗjātī/*dḗtī, *dḗjǭ/*dḗnǭ; *dētelь; *dḗlo
Baltic: *dē̂- (1)
Germanic: *dō- vb; *did-a- n., *dud-i- n.; *dēd-í- c.; *dē-l-i-
Latin: faciō, -ere, fēcī, factum `tun, machen, bewirken, verfertigen', factus, -a `gemacht'; factor, -ōris m. `Macher,steller', factus, -ūs m. `das Zurechtgemachte (Ölquantum); factiō, -ōnis f. `Machen, Tun; Stellung, Anhang, Partei'; facinus, -oris n. `Tat, Untat'; carni-, arti-, auri-, opi-, ponti-, melli-fex, etc.; bene-, damni-, dēlēni-, falsi-ficus, etc.; faciēs, -ēī `Gestalt, Kör perbau, Aussehen; Erscheinung'; facilis, -e `leicht (zu tun), günstig, beweglich'
Other Italic: Osk fakiiad `faciat', conj. pf. fefacid `fēcerit', ft. II fefacust `fecerit', facus `factus'; Umbr feitu, fētu `facitō'; feta `facta', aanfehtas `infectas', feia `faciat', ft. II facurent `fecerint', fac̨ia `faciat', fac̨iu, fac̨u `facere', fakust, fakurent `fēceri(n)t', fac̨efele `*facibilem, sacrificabilem'; Volsk fac̨ia `faciat'
Russ. meaning: делать
References: WP I 826 f
Comments: [Hardly different from *dhē- 'put']
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-slav,piet-balt,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,piet-comment,

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