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Etymology

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From Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)- (to suck), compare , دایه.

Noun

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دا ()

  1. mother

Central Kurdish

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Postposition

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Northern Kurdish de

دا (da)

  1. an element of several circumpositions
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Adverb

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Northern Kurdish da

دا (da)

  1. combines with several verbs, usually as off or down

Derived terms

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Chadian Arabic

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Etymology

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From Arabic ذَا (ḏā).

Determiner

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دا (m (feminine دي, masculine plural دول, feminine plural ديل)

  1. this

Pronoun

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دا (m (feminine دي, masculine plural دول, feminine plural ديل)}}

  1. this
  2. used for emphasis
    قايد تفهم كلام الهسع قايد نقوله ليك دا؟
    gāʔid tafham kalām al-hassa gāʔid nagūla lēk ?
    do you understand what I'm saying to you?

Pashto

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Pronunciation

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Pronoun

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دا ()

  1. she (visible feminine singular third person)
  2. this, these (short form of دغه)

Punjabi

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Noun

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دا (m (Gurmukhi spelling ਦਾ)

  1. trick
  2. ruse

Postposition

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دا () (Gurmukhi spelling ਦਾ)

  1. of
    Synonyms: دے (de), دی ()

Declension

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Declension of دا
masculine feminine
singular plural singular plural
direct دا () دے (de) دی () دیاں (dīyāṉ)
oblique دے (de) دیْاں (diyāṉ) دی () دیاں (dīyāṉ)

Saraiki

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Pronunciation

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Noun

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دا (m (Devanagari दा)

  1. trick

Postposition

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دا () (Devanagari दा)

  1. of