*d-w- “die”

VISW: *T.-w- Pre-IndoEuropean-AfroAsiatic divans ptc “mortal” Gothic un-divanei “immortality” Gothic deyja, pf. do: “die” Old Norse do:ian id. Old Saxon touwen id. Old High German dauþs “dead” Gothic dauðr id. Old Norse de:ad id. Old English do:d id. Old Saxon to:t id. German dauþus “death” Gothic to:d id. Old High German = *t.-w- Semitic + H.- “perish” Semitic t.a:H.a pf “he (it) perished” > “came to nought” Arabic t.awwaH.a II 'at.a:H.a caus “he caused (-hu him or it) to perish” Arabic t.a:'iHuN “perishing” Arabic : *t-w- Semitic ta:ha “perished” (mostly used figuratively) Arabic tawiya id. Arabic CAAA 5: rai “die; dead” Ainu *traay ~ *tay “to die” Proto-Thai SAPGOW 20: *dVwV “to die” Proto-Nostratic *ti_k/ *ti_(r) “to die” Proto-Ge IR 7: túxw.-uxw. “die, dead” Moses *tíxw- “kill” Salishan **dVwV “be sick, die” Proto-Nostratic the stem may be more complex: *dweiH- Proto-IndoEuropean *dwj/*dw? Proto-AfroAsiatic TP: Apparently some mismatch, which suggests loanword Back