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Proto-IE: *dhAmǝ- / *dhemǝ-, *dhmǝ̄-
Meaning: to blow
Old Indian: dhámati, p. ptc. dhmāntas, ptc. dhamitá-, dhmātá- `to blow'
Avestan: dāδmainya- `sich aufblasend, blähend (von Fröschen)'
Other Iranian: NPers damīdan `blasen, wehen', dam `Atem, Atemzug'; Osset dumun, dɨmɨn `rauchen; wehen, blasen'
Slavic: *dǭtī, *dъmǭ
Baltic: *dum̂- vb. tr., *dum̂-s-l-iā̃ (1) f.
Germanic: *dēm-a- m., *dēm-an- m.; *dēm=, *dimm-a- adj., *dimm-Vr-a- adj., *dimm-ōn- f., *dumm=
Celtic: MIr dem `schwarz, dunkel', deime `Dunkelheit'
Russ. meaning: дуть
References: WP I 851 f
Comments: ? Cf. Greek *thémero- themérē, thémeron `sturdy, sacred, stable' Hsch.; Pind. themérāi̯ opí; themeró-phronas = sünetoús, sṓphronas' Hsch.
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