*daudī-?, *daudīn
germ., schwach. Femininum (n):
nhd. Sterben, Tod;
ne. dying (Neutrum);
Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.;
Hinweis: s. *dauda- (1);
s. ing. *dʰeu- (2), Verb, Substantiv, hinschwinden, sterben, Tod, Pokorny 260;
ahd. tōtī* 4, stark. Femininum (ī), Tod, Sterben;
mhd. tœte, stark. Femininum, Tod;
Literatur: Heidermanns 149

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