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Proto-IE: *dheyǝ-, *dhyā-
Meaning: to see, to notice
Old Indian: dīdhīte, pf. pl. dīdhimaḥ, med. dīdhye `to perceive, think, reflect', ptc. dhīta-; dhyāti, dhyāyati, ptc. dhyāta- `to think of, imagine'; dhyā- f. `thinking, meditation', dhyātar- m. `thinker', dhyāna- n. `meditation, thought'; dhī́- f., acc. dhiya-m `thought, religious thought', dhītí- f. `thought, idea, intention', dhī́ra- `intelligent, wise'; dhiyasāna- `attentive, mindful'
Avestan: dā(y)- `sehen; pcc. paiti-dīta- `erblickt', -dīti- f. `das Erblicken', dāɵa- `einsichtig, klug', -dā(y)-, -dī- f. `Sehen, Blick; Einsicht; Absicht'; -dāman- `Absicht'; daēman- n. `Auge, Augapfel; Blick', dōiɵra- n. `Auge', daēnā `Religion; inneres Wesen geistiges Ich'
Other Iranian: NPers dīdan `sehen', dīm `Gesicht, Wange'
Old Greek: sǟ̂ma n. `Zeichen, Ab-, Kenn-, Vor-, Mal-, Schriftzeichen, Merkmal, Grabmal', á-sǟmo- `ohne Abzeichen, ungeprägt, unverständlich', epí-sǟmo- `mit einem Zeichen versehen'
Germanic: *dī́-s-īn- f.
Albanian: díturɛ, dítme `Weisheit, Gelehrsamkeit', dinak `listig'
Russ. meaning: видеть, замечать
References: WP I 831 f
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