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die

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1. He was very old; he died a year ago.
2. All who live, die sooner or later.

Non-violent human death (but to be separated from possible marked verb ‘to die of old age’). Neutral stylistics, to be distinguished from various polite or euphemistic forms. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *mer- "verschwinden, sterben" (LIV) A View
80 Hittite aki etym. dubious, maybe related to ... View
133 Luvian *walati View
134 Lycian lati View
81 Tocharian A wälläṣtär IE *uel- (Windekens 1976: 100) View
82 Tocharian B sruketär IE *str(e)ug-, comp ... View
88 Albanian vdes Aor = vdiqa, infin = vdek. Orel ... D View
143 Standard Albanian vdes < *awa-takja, derivative of *teka 'to ... D View
2 Albanian Sicily vdes Orel and Dyen claim Albanian-internal ... D View
4 Albanian Corinth vdes Aorist = vdiqa. Orel and Dyen ... D View
3 Albanian Gheg vdes vdek = infin. Orel and Dyen ... D View
6 Albanian Tosk vdes Aorist = vdiqa. Orel and Dyen ... D View
110 Ancient Greek (ἀπο-)θνῄσκω (apo-)tʰnɛ́ːjskɔː Inf. (ἀπο-)θνῄσκειν. D View
152 Tsakonian πενακου D View
32 Greek πεθαίνω pe̞ˈθe̞no̞ Present stem πεθαίνω backformed from ... D View
31 Greek Lesbos PETHAINO D View
129 Classical Armenian մեռանիմ mɛr-ɑn-i-m meṙanim A View
8 Armenian Eastern մահանալ mahanal View
8 Armenian Eastern մեռնել mɛrˈnɛl meṙnel A View
7 Armenian Western մեռնիլ mɛrˈnil A View
128 Avestan miriiete A View
131 Old Persian mariyataiy A View
136 Sogdian myr Manichean A View
75 Wakhi MERI- A View
9 Baluchi MURTHA A View
9 Baluchi MIRAGH A View
118 Kurdish mirin A View
137 Zazaki merdiš A View
72 Tajik murdan murdæn A View
54 Persian MORDAN A View
77 Waziri MREL A View
1 Pashto MREL A View
138 Shughni mar A View
139 Sarikoli mir : mɛwg A View
52 Ossetic maelyn mælɨn Removed UD ISYN. A View
124 Ossetic Iron mɐl- mɐl- A View
125 Ossetic Digor mɐl- mɐl- A View
141 Kata-viri mɨ̣̃šᴵ- A View
154 Vasi-vari mə/mō A View
153 Askunu mŕ- A View
105 Vedic Sanskrit mriyátē A View
162 Pāḷī marati A View
41 Khaskura MARNU, BITNU A View
51 Nepali MARNU A View
106 Assamese mar- mar- AF marā A View
102 Oriya mɔr- mɔr- A View
10 Bengali MORA A View
111 Bihari mərəb mərəb A View
144 Magahi मरना mərnɑ A View
151 Bhojpuri mar A View
104 Marwari mar- AF maraṇō A View
35 Hindi merna mərna A View
119 Urdu مرنا məɾnə A View
103 Sindhi mar-aṇu A View
43 Lahnda MEREN A View
53 Punjabi MERNA A View
33 Gujarati MERWU A View
50 Marathi marne məɾ'ɳe A View
40 Kashmiri MARUN A View
65 Sinhalese MARENAWA A View
34 Romani Greece MERAV A View
100 Old Church Slavonic ѹмрѣти umræti A View
95 Serbo-Croatian umirati ˈǔmirati A View
15 Bulgarian умирам uˈmirəm A View
92 Macedonian умирати ˈumiram A View
60 Russian умирать umʲi'ratʲ A View
55 Polish umierać uˈmjɛraʨ Perfective: 'umrzeć' A View
16 Belarusian паміраць pamʲiˈratsʲ Perfective form: 'памерці'. A View
73 Ukrainian умирати umɪˈratɪ Depending on the phonetic context ... A View
66 Slovak umierať ˈumiɛrac A View
18 Czech umírat ˈumiːrat A View
48 Sorbian Upper mrěć mʀɪtʃ A View
47 Sorbian Lower mrěś mrʲɪɕ A View
97 Slovenian mreti ˈmrěːti A View
108 Old Prussian aulāut inf. View
44 Latvian mir̃st A View
46 Lithuanian mirti ˈmʲiɾʲtʲɪ People. A View
46 Lithuanian DVESTI of animals, 'to perish', IE ... View
109 Old Norse deyja ˈdɛyja AF deyr, split from DKB B View
109 Old Norse andask ˈandask split from DKB (F) View
36 Icelandic deyja ˈd̥eiːja B View
36 Icelandic andast ˈand̥ast F View
23 Faroese andast ˈand̥ast split from DKB F View
23 Faroese doyggja ˈd̥ɔd̥ʒːa split from DKB B View
58 Norwegian Riksmal døː B View
159 Stavangersk döï, dø dœɪ, døː B View
157 Old Swedish döia ˈdøjːa B View
69 Swedish dø: B View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina DO B View
70 Swedish Uppland DO B View
145 Elfdalian däa ˈdæ̀ːɑ B View
20 Danish d̥øˀ B View
158 Danish Fjolde dyø dyø B View
160 Old Gutnish doya B View
161 Gutnish Lau dåi doɪ B View
99 Old English stierfþ E View
22 English to die daɪ (B) View
26 Frisian dea dɪ.ə split from DKB. Removed -GEAN. B View
26 Frisian FORSTJERRE split from DKB E View
21 Dutch sterven 'stɛrvə(n) E View
21 Dutch doodgaan B View
24 Flemish STERVEN E View
83 Afrikaans STERF, STERWE E View
83 Afrikaans DOODGAAN B View
87 Sranan DEDE same as 'dull' /lexeme/16934/ B View
126 Old High German touwit View
126 Old High German stirbit E View
27 German sterben 'ʃtɛrbn̩ E View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch SCHTAAREVE E View
120 Luxembourgish stierwen E View
121 German Switzerland schtärbe E View
107 Gothic gadauþniþ split from DKB B View
107 Gothic gaswiltiþ split from DKB, IE *s ... View
112 Latin morī ˈmoriː Middle (deponent) verb: morior, morī ... A View
17 Catalan morir mu'ri Removed final -SE. A View
56 Portuguese morrer muˈʀeɾ A View
68 Spanish morir mo'ɾiɾ A View
61 Sardinian Cagliari MORRI A View
62 Sardinian Logudoro MORRERE A View
63 Sardinian Nuoro MORRERE A View
85 French Creole Dominica MO A View
76 Walloon MORI A View
25 French mourir muʀiʀ A View
57 Provencal DEBANA A View
57 Provencal MOURI A View
42 Ladin MORIR, SMURIR A View
146 Dolomite Ladino crepèr View
146 Dolomite Ladino morì A View
123 Romansh murir A View
123 Romansh pirir < Lat perīre. View
122 Friulian murî A View
39 Italian morire mo'rire A View
59 Romanian a muri a muˈri A View
74 Vlach MURI ("HE DIED") A View
127 Old Irish at-baill adˈbalʹlʹ From *exs-id-bal-ni 'throws it (out ... View
101 Middle Cornish merwel 'mɛrwɛl A View
101 Middle Cornish murul (A) View
101 Middle Cornish firwy View
101 Middle Cornish tremene IE *mey- 'change' > 'to pass ... View
172 Middle Breton meruell, meruel ˈmervǝl A View
12 Breton mervel ˈmɛrvɛl A View
79 Welsh marw A View
38 Irish bás (nn.) G View
38 Irish cailleadh (C) View
38 Irish do·luid euphemism? comp. DOLLUID 'I/he ... View
115 Scottish Gaelic faigh bas G View
115 Scottish Gaelic caochladh (C) View
147 Manx baase y gheddyn G View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T vdes Orel and Dyen claim Albanian-internal ... D View
29 [Legacy] Greek K APOTHNESKO D View
28 [Legacy] Greek D PETHAINO D View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md PETHAINO, PSOFO D View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian UMRETI A View
113 [Legacy] Serbian umreti ǔmreːti AF umrijeti A View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P MRAM A View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian UMRE A View
94 [Legacy] Russian P MERET A View
93 [Legacy] Polish P UMRZEC A View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P MERCI A View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P MERTY A View
19 [Legacy] Czech E UMRIT A View
19 [Legacy] Czech E SKAPAT A View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P MRET A View
91 [Legacy] Czech P MRITI A View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian UMRT A View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O MIRTI A View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian MORRER A View
142 [Legacy] German Munich sterben < Pr. Germ. *sterban- ‘to become ... E View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C MO A View
14 [Legacy] Breton St mervel 'mɛrvɛl Blažek gives alternate spelling merwel. A View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se MARUEIN A View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C MARW A View
37 [Legacy] Irish A BAS D'FHAGHAIL G View