दाः

See also: दै, , and दो

MundariEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Austroasiatic *hdaak, whence also the following terms in other Munda languages: Bodo Gadaba daʔ, Bondo daʔ, Korku daʔ, Kharia dak, Korwa dak, Juang ଡକ୍, Santali ᱫᱟᱜ (dak’). Compare Car Nicobarese mak.

NounEdit

दाः ()

  1. water

ReferencesEdit

  • Johann Hoffmann, Mundari Grammar (1903) dá
  • Manindra Bhusan Bhaduri, A Mundari-English Dictionary (1931) dā
  • Toshiki Osada, Madhu Purti, Nishaant Choksi, and Nathan Badenoch, A Course in Mundari: daˀ (but where /a/ is described as being the low central unrounded vowel)

NewarEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Sino-Tibetan *s-da.

NounEdit

दाः (dāḥ)

  1. fat