dheu-

dheu-
I. dheu-1
To flow.
a. dew, from Old English dēaw, dew;
b. sundew, from Middle Dutch dau, dew;
c. Germanic compound *melith-dauwaz (see melit-). a-c all from Germanic *dauwaz, dew.
 
[Pokorny 1. dheu- 259.]
  II. dheu-2
To die. Also dheuə- (oldest form *dheuə₂-).
1. Suffixed o-grade form *dhou-to-. dead, from Old English dēad, dead, from Germanic *daudaz.
2. Suffixed o-grade form *dhou-tu-. death, from Old English dēath, death, from Germanic *dauthuz.
3. Suffixed o-grade form *dhow-yo-. die1, from Old Norse deyja, to die.
4. Extended zero-grade form *dhuəi-, metathesized to *dhwiə-, contracted to *dhwī-, whence suffixed form *dhwī-no-. dwindle, from Old English dwīnan, to diminish, languish, from Germanic *dwīnan.
 
[Pokorny 2. dheu- 260.] Compare dheuə-.

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  • dheu-3 —     dheu 3     English meaning: shining, to shine     Deutsche Übersetzung: “blank, glänzen”     Material: O.Ind. dhavalá “gleaming white”, dhü vati “makes blank, purifies, cleans, swills “, Av. fraδavata “ rubbed off (cleaning) “; Gk. θοός …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • dheuə- — To close, finish, come full circle. Oldest form *dheuə₂ . Probably related to dheu 2, “to die.” 1. Suffixed zero grade form *dhū no (< *dhuə no ), enclosed, fortified place; hill fort. a. (i) down1, down3, from Old English dūn, hill; (ii) …   Universalium

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