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TeluguEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit दिन ‎(dina) +‎ -ము ‎(-mu). Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *dyew- ‎(to shine), whence also *déy-no-, whence Lithuanian diena, Old Church Slavonic дьнь ‎(dĭnĭ). Other cognates include Old Armenian տիւ ‎(tiw, daytime), Latin diēs ‎(day).

NounEdit

దినము ‎(dinamu) (plural దినములు ‎(dinamulu))

  1. day
  2. The day time.

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ReferencesEdit

  • “దినము” in Charles Philip Brown (1903) A Telugu-English dictionary, Madras: Promoting Christian Knowledge, page 594
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