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Cognate class 3912

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Citation: Beekes, Robert. 2010. Etymological Dictionary of Greek. Leiden: Brill. Pages: View Compares Ancient Greek δείδω with Avestan duuaēθā 'threat' and Sanskrit dvéṣṭi '(s)he hates' (with an s-extension to the root).
Citation: LIV² - Lexikon der Indogermanischen Verben (2e Auf.). 2001. Wiesbaden: ... Pages: View PIE *du̯ei̯-. Armenian root aorist երկեաւ erkeaw from *du̯éi̯–/du̯i-, present երկնչիմ erknčʻim < *du̯i-sk̑e-. Greek δείδω, δείδιμεν from perfect stem *de=du̯ói̯-/du̯i-.
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1 Ancient Greek δείδω déːdɔː fear Inf. δείδειν. Can take an accusative of object feared. ★★★ View
2 Classical Armenian երկնչիմ fear erknč‘im Cf. /lexeme/18719/. Pedersen (1906) and Kortlandt (2003) prefer an etymology < PIE *pergw-, cf. OHG furhten 'to fear, be frightened'. ★★★ View