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Proto-IE: *dheudh-
Meaning: to shake
Old Indian: dódhati `to be angry, hurt, injure', dúdhi-, dudhrá- `violent, injurious'
Old Greek: thǘssomai = tinássomai Hsch.
Germanic: *dud-an- m., *dud-ir-ōn- vb., *dudd=, etc.
Russ. meaning: трясти, вертеть
References: WP I 835 f
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