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Proto-IE: *dek'-
Meaning: to acquire, gain; respect, thank
Old Indian: daśā f. `state or condition of life, condition, circumstances, fate'; dāśnóti, dā́ṣṭi, dā́śati `to serve or honour a god, offer, present', dāśváṁs- `honouring the gods'; daśasyáti `to render service, serve, worship'; dakṣati `to act to the satisfaction of', dákṣa- `able, fit, passable'
Avestan: dāṣṭa- `erhalten, erlangt', dasa- n. `Gegenstand der fahrenden Habe, Vermögennsstück'
Old Greek: dékhomai̯, 3 pl. dékhatai̯ (Hom.), protí-degmai̯ `prosdékhomai' (Hsch.), aor. déksasthai̯, ep. edégmǟn, dékto, ptc. dégmeno-; [ dokó-s m. `Balken' ], dokhós `Behälter', -deksi-s `Aufnahme, Empfang'; -déktōr der etwas auf sich nimmt'; dektḗr `Einnehmer', déktǟ-s m. `Almosenempfänger, Bettler'; hom. 3 pl. d[ē]dékhatai̯, ipf. d[ḗ]dekto, d[ē]dékhato (codd. dei-) `begrüssen, bewillkommen'; iter. d[ē]dísketo, d[ē]diskómeno- (codd. deid-); d[ē]knǘmeno-, d[ē]kanóōnto (codd. dei-) `huldigen, grüssen'
Slavic: *desītī, *dosī́tī
Germanic: *tix-ɵ=
Latin: decet, -ēre, -uit `einen zieren, kleiden; sich für jd. schicken, geziemen', decus, -oris n. `Zierde, Schmuck, Würde'; dī̆gnus, -ä `würdig, wert'
Other Italic: Umbr tic̨it `decet'
Celtic: MIr dech `der beste, vorzüglichste'
Russ. meaning: получать; почтительно относиться, благодарить
References: WP I 782 f
piet-meaning,piet-ind,piet-avest,piet-greek,piet-slav,piet-germ,piet-lat,piet-ital,piet-celt,piet-rusmean,piet-refer,

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