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Proto-IE: *te-, *towe-, *tū
Meaning: pron. pers. 2 sg.
Hittite: -ta, -du- 'dir, dich', -ti- 'dein', tuel (G.), tuedaz (Abl.), tuk, tukka 'dir, dich', zik, zigga 'du' (Friedrich 201, 223, 226, 227, 260)
Tokharian: A tu, B tuwe (PT *tuwe) 'thou' (Adams 302)
Old Indian: tú, tū, t(u)vám; te
Avestan: encl. tū, gath. tvǝ̄m, jav. tūm; poss. tava, gath. ɵwa-
Other Iranian: OPers tuvam
Armenian: du
Old Greek: sǘ, dor. tǘ; hom. tū́nē, lak. tū́nē, boeot. tūn; poss. hom., ion., att. só-, hom., lesb., dor. teó-, boeot. tió-; dat. toi
Slavic: *tɨ̄, dat. *tī
Baltic: *tū̂, -tei, *taw-
Germanic: *ɵū, *ɵu; *ɵiki
Latin: tū, poss. tuus; tē
Other Italic: Osk tuvai 'tuae'; Umbr tover 'tui'
Celtic: { OIr tū, tussu, -sso, Cymr usw. ti }
Albanian: ti, poss. üt, acc. tɛnt
Russ. meaning: 2 ед.
References: WP I 745
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