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Proto-IE: *to-
Meaning: pron. dem.
Tokharian: B ta-ka, tkā 'then' (Adams 276), ta-ne, tne 'here' (278); tu 'this one, it' (n.) ( < *od-u?, Adams 299); B te 'this one, it' (n.) (303)
Old Indian: tád 'this, that', acc. tám, tā́m, tád
Avestan: tat_ 'das', acc. tǝm, tām, tat_; t-m 'dann'
Armenian: -d; da 'dieser', doin 'derselbe', the, ethe 'dass, wenn'
Old Greek: to- demonstrative stem: tóthen, tóthi, tôi̯o- etc.; tó, acc. tón, f. acc. tǟ́n, etc. (article)
Slavic: *tъ, *to, *tā
Baltic: *ta-, *tā̂ f.
Germanic: *ɵẹ̄-z, *ɵiō, *ɵa-ta, etc.
Latin: istum, -tam, -tud; tam 'so', tum, tunc 'dann, alsdann', topper 'cito, fortasse, celeriter, tamen'
Other Italic: Umbr es-tu 'istum'
Celtic: OIr ua-d 'ab eo', ua-di 'ab ea', ua-dib 'ab iis'
Russ. meaning: мест. указ.
References: WP I 742 f
Comments: + *tō, *toti, *tor, *tēr, *tadā usw.
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