Old Church SlavonicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *do.

PrefixEdit

до- (do-)

  1. (used with verbs) up to
    до- (do-) + ‎-ити (-iti, to go) → ‎доити (doiti, to go up to, to reach)
  2. (used with verbs) completely (describing a completion of an action to its end)
  3. (used with adjectives and nouns) pre-, ante- (earlier in time)

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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *do.

PronunciationEdit

PrefixEdit

до- (do-)

  1. (used with verbs) up to
    до- (do-) + ‎-йти́ (-jtí, to go) → ‎дойти́ (dojtí, to go up to, to reach)
  2. (used with verbs) completely (describing a completion of an action to its end)
    до- (do-) + ‎чита́ть (čitátʹ, to read) → ‎дочита́ть (dočitátʹ, to finish reading)
  3. (used with adjectives and nouns) pre-, ante- (earlier in time)
    до- (do-) + ‎истори́ческий (istoríčeskij, historic) → ‎доистори́ческий (doistoríčeskij, prehistoric)

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