Word Family - Daughter

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female, doe, filial, Tethys, daughter

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  • Teaser: female, doe, filial, Tethys, daughter
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  • Proto-Indo-European *dʰewgʰ- to produce, to be strong, to be fruitful, to give milk
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰéwgʰ-ti primary verb form
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek τεύχω teúkhō
      • Indo-Iranian *dáwgdʰi to milk
        • Iranian *dáwgdi
          • Western Iranian
            • Kurdish doşîn to milk
            • Old Persian
              • Persian دوشیدن dušidan to milk
          • Iranian *dáwgah buttermilk
            • Western Iranian
              • Kurdish dew
              • Old Persian
                • Persian دوغ duğ buttermilk, doogh (yogurt drink)
                  • English doogh
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰunégʰ-ti imperfective
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek τυγχάνω tunkhánō to happen to be (doing), to succeed at (doing)
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰedʰówgʰe to be productive reduplicated stative
      • Germanic *duganą to be useful, to avail
        • East Germanic
          • Gothic
            • Ostrogothic 𐌳𐌿𐌲𐌰𐌽 dugan to be useful, to be of value, to be suitable
        • North Germanic
          • Old Norse duga to help, to suffice
            • Danish du to be good, to be fit
            • Icelandic duga to suffice, to be fit
        • West Germanic
          • Old English dūgan to be of use, to serve, to be fit
            • Scots dow to be of use, to be of value
          • Frankish *dugan
            • Dutch deugen to be good, to be well-behaved, to be of good quality
        • Germanic *dugan-ne-wiht good-for-nothing lit. "useful-not-thing"
          • North Germanic
            • Old Norse
              • Danish døgenigt lazy person
          • West Germanic
            • Frankish
              • Dutch deugniet good-for-nothing, rascal, knave
            • Old High German
              • German Taugenichts good-for-nothing
        • Germanic *dugunþō usefulness, ability, strength, virtue
          • North Germanic
            • Old Norse dygð
              • Danish dyd virtue, chastity
              • Icelandic dyggð virtue
          • West Germanic
            • Old English duguþ prosperity, benefit, host of warriors
              • English dought strength, virtue, manhood, men collectively, an army or retinue
                • English doughty
              • Scots douth reliability, shelter, comfort
            • Frankish *dugeth
              • Dutch deugd virtue
            • Old High German tungundi
              • German Tugend virtue
      • Indo-Iranian
        • Indo-Aryan
          • Sanskrit दुदोह dudóha grain?, produce?
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰewgʰo-s
      • Hellenic
        • Ancient Greek τεῦχος teûkhos tool, container, vessel
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰugʰ-tós adjective
      • Indo-Iranian *dugdʰás milk
        • Indo-Aryan
          • Sanskrit दुग्ध dugdhá milk, sap
            • Elu
              • Sinhala දුදු dudu
            • Magadhi
              • Bengali দুধ dudh milk, juice, latex
            • Maharashtri 𑀤𑀼𑀤𑁆𑀥 duddha
              • Marathi दूध dūdh milk, sap, emulsion
            • Pali duddha
            • Sauraseni
              • Madhya
                • Hindi दूध dūdh milk
              • Pahari
                • Nepali दूध dūdha milk, breast
                • Punjabi ਦੁੱਧ duddha milk
            • West Indo-Aryan
              • Romani thud milk
            • Tamil துத்தம் tuttam milk
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰugʰ-nós
      • Old Armenian *dugn
        • Old Armenian յանդուգն yandugn boldly, rashly
          • Armenian հանդուգն handugn impertinent, insolent, bold
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰugʰ-eh₂ noun
      • Hellenic *túkʰā
        • Ancient Greek τῠ́χη túkhē act of god, fate, fortune, chance
          • Greek τύχη týchi fate, chance, luck
    • Proto-Indo-European *dʰewgʰye-ti
      • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)- to suckle, to nurse re-analysis
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰoh₁(y)éye-ti to suckle, to cause to suck causative
          • Balto-Slavic
            • Lithuanian žįsti to suckle, to nurse
            • Slavic *dojiti to give milk, to milk
              • East Slavic
                • Russian дои́ть doítʹ to milk
              • South Slavic
                • Serbo-Croatian до̀јити dòjiti to breastfeed, to suckle
              • West Slavic
                • Polish doić to milk
          • Celtic *dina-
            • Brythonic
              • Welsh denu
            • Old Irish denaid
          • Germanic *dajjaną to suck, to suckle
            • East Germanic
              • Gothic
                • Ostrogothic 𐌳𐌰𐌳𐌳𐌾𐌰𐌽 daddjan to suckle
            • North Germanic
              • Old Norse *deggja
                • Danish dægge to suckle
                • English dug
            • West Germanic
              • Old English dēon to suck
              • Old High German tāen to suck
          • Indo-Iranian
            • Indo-Aryan
              • Sanskrit धयति dháyati to suck, to suckle, to drink, to absorb
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁m̥néh₂ milk-giving?
          • Indo-Iranian
            • Indo-Aryan
              • Sanskrit धेनु dhénu milk cow
            • Iranian
              • East Iranian
                • Avestan daēnu female
          • Italic *fēmanā
            • Latin fēmina woman, wife, female, feminine
              • Eastern Romance
                • Romanian famen eunuch
              • Western Romance
                • French femme woman, wife
                  • English femme
                • Italian femmina female
                • Spanish hembra female
              • Latin fēmella young girl, young woman diminutive
                • English female
              • Latin fēminīnus feminine
                • English feminine
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)tus noun
          • Italic
            • Latin fētus/fēta pregnant, fruitful, young, offspring, fruit
              • Eastern Romance
                • Romanian făt fetus, young boy
                • Romanian fată girl, daughter
              • Western Romance
                • French faon fawn
                  • English fawn
              • English fetus
              • French fœtus fetus
              • Italian feto fetus
              • Spanish feto fetus
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰéh₁(y)ō noun
          • Germanic *dajjǭ female deer
            • West Germanic
              • Old English female deer, doe
                • English doe
                • Scots da(e) doe
              • Old High German *tē
                • German doe dialectic
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)tis noun
          • Balto-Slavic
            • Slavic *dětь child
              • Slavic *dě̄tę̀ child diminutive
                • East Slavic
                  • Russian дитя́ ditjá child, baby, kid poetic
                • South Slavic
                  • Serbo-Croatian де́те déte child, kid
                • West Slavic
                  • Polish dziecię child poetic
                    • Polish dziecko child additional diminutive
        • Proto-Indo-European ?
          • Balto-Slavic
            • Slavic *děvìca maiden, girl
              • East Slavic
                • Russian деви́ца devíca damsel, maiden, girl
              • South Slavic
                • Serbo-Croatian дјѐвица djèvica virgin, maiden, girl
              • West Slavic
                • Polish dziewica maiden, virgin
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)lu-s
          • Hellenic
            • Ancient Greek θῆλυς thêlus female, feminine
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁léh₂ nipple, teat
          • Old Armenian դալ dal colostrum
            • Armenian դալ dal colostrum
          • Celtic *dilā teat
            • Old Irish
              • Irish dilu
          • Germanic *delō nipple
            • North Germanic
              • Old Norse dilkr
                • Swedish del
            • West Germanic
              • Old English delu nipple, teat
              • Old High German tila
          • Hellenic
            • Ancient Greek θηλή thēlḗ nipple, teat, head of a pole
              • Greek θηλή thilí nipple, teat
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)lwih₂k-s
          • Italic *fēlīks
            • Latin fēlīx happy, blessed, fruitful, lucky, prosperous
              • Eastern Romance
                • Romanian ferice happy archaic
              • Western Romance
                • Italian felice happy
                • Spanish feliz happy, pleased, innocent
              • Latin fēlīcitās frutifulness, fetility, happiness, success, good fortune
                • Western Romance
                  • French félicité bliss, happiness, felicity
                    • English felicity
                  • Italian felicità happiness
                  • Spanish felicidad felicity, happiness
              • Latin Fēlīx
                • English Felix
                • Latin Fēlīcius
                  • Latin Fēlīcianus
                  • Latin Fēlīcia
                    • English Felicia
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)lio-s suckler, sucker
          • Balto-Slavic
            • Latvian dēls son
            • Lithuanian dėlė leech
          • Italic *feiljos
            • Latin fīlius son, male descendant, children
              • Sardinian fillu son
              • Eastern Romance
                • Romanian fiu son
              • Western Romance
                • Old French fi(l)s
                  • French fils son, male descendant, Jr.
                  • English Fitz-
                • Italian figlio child, son
                • Spanish hijo son, child
                  • Tagalog iho boy
                  • Spanish hidalgo noble, nobleman lit. "son of something"
                    • Spanish Hidalgo surname and placename esp. after Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla
                      • English Hidalgo
              • Latin fīlia daughter, female descendant
                • Sardinian filla daughter
                • Eastern Romance
                  • Romanian fie daughter
                • Western Romance
                  • French fille girl, daughter
                  • Italian figlia daughter
                  • Spanish hija daughter
              • Latin fīliālis filial, pertaining to a son or daughter
                • English filial
              • Latin affīliāre to adopt (as a son)
                • English affiliate
              • Latin fīliaster stepson, son-in-law, nephew
                • Sardinian fidhastru
                • Eastern Romance
                  • Romanian fiastru stepson archaic
                • Western Romance
                  • Italian figliastro stepson, stepchild
                  • Spanish hijastro stepchild, stepson
                • Albanian thjeshtër stepson, stepchild
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁(y)léh₂ye-ti iterative/intensive/causative
          • Italic
            • Latin fellō I suck, I fellate
              • English fellate
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰédʰh₁i
          • Albanian djathë cheese
          • Indo-Iranian *dʰádʰHi
            • Indo-Aryan
              • Sanskrit दधि dádhi sour milk, curd
                • Magadhi
                  • Bengali দই dôi curd, yogurt
                • Maharashtri
                  • Marathi दही dahī curd, yogurt
                • Sauraseni
                  • Madhya
                    • Hindi दही dahī curd, yogurt
                  • Pahari
                    • Punjabi ਦਹੀਂ dahī̃ yogurt
        • Proto-Indo-European ?
          • Hellenic
            • Ancient Greek τήθη tḗthē grandmother
              • Ancient Greek Τηθῡ́ς Tēthū́s Tethys, divinity of fresh water
                • Greek Τηθύς Tithýs
                • Latin Tethys
                  • English Tethys
        • Proto-Indo-European ?
          • Indo-Iranian
            • Iranian
              • Kurdish dayik mother
              • Old Persian
                • Persian دایه dâye nurse, foster mother, midwife
                • Old Armenian դայեակ dayeak nurse, wet-nurse, midwife, tutor
                  • Armenian դայակ dayak nanny, nurse
        • Proto-Indo-European ?
          • Italic
            • Latin fēcundus fertile, fruitful, productive, imaginative
              • English fecund
        • Proto-Indo-European *dʰugh₂tḗr daughter Pre-Proto-Indo-European: "suckler, infant"
          • Anatolian
            • Hittite
              • Hittite 𒁺𒌓𒋻𒊑𒄿𒀀𒋾𒄿𒀀𒀸 duttariyatiyas of the daughter only attested as genitive
          • Armenian
            • Old Armenian դուստր dustr
              • Armenian դուստր dustr
          • Balto-Slavic *duktē
            • Lithuanian duktė
            • Slavic *dъťi
              • East Slavic
                • Russian дочь dočʹ
              • South Slavic
                • Serbo-Croatian кћи̑ kćȋ
              • West Slavic
                • Old Polish dca
                  • Polish córka
              • Finnic *tüt'är
                • Finnish tytär
          • Celtic *duxtīr
            • Celtiberian tuateros only attested in genitive
            • Gaulish duxtīr
            • Old Irish Der-
              • Old Irish Derdriu
                • Irish Deirdre
                  • English Deirdre
              • Old Irish Deirbhile
              • Old Irish Deirbhaíl
          • Germanic *duhtēr
            • East Germanic
              • Gothic
                • Ostrogothic 𐌳𐌰𐌿𐌷𐍄𐌰𐍂 dauhtar
            • North Germanic ᛞᛟᚺᛏᚱᛁᛉ dohtriz attested as plural
              • Old Norse dóttir
                • Danish datter
                • Icelandic dóttir
            • West Germanic
              • Old English dohtor
                • English daughter
                • Scots dochter
              • Frankish dohter
                • Dutch dochter
              • Old High German tohter
                • German Tochter
                • Yiddish טאָכטער> tokhter
          • Hellenic tʰugatēr
            • Mycenaean Greek 𐀶𐀏𐀳 tu-ka-te
            • Ancient Greek θυγάτηρ thugátēr daughter, female slave, maidservant
              • Greek θυγατέρα thygatéra daughter (archaic)
          • Indo-Iranian *dʰugʰdʰā
            • Indo-Aryan *dʰúhitā
              • Dardic
                • Kashmiri čhu
              • Sanskrit दुहितृ dúhitṛ
                • Elu
                  • Sinhala දුව duwa
                • Magadhi
                  • Assamese দুহীতা duhita
                • Maharashtri
                  • Old Marathi धुवा dhuvā
                • Sauraseni 𑀥𑀻𑀤𑀸 dhīdā
                  • Madhya
                    • Hindi धिया dhiyā
                  • Pahari
                    • Punjabi ਧੀ dhī
                • Pali duhitā
                  • Khmer ធីតា thiidaa daughter, girl formal
                • Hindi दुहितृ duhitŕ reborrowing
                • Telugu దుహిత duhita
            • Iranian *dugdā
              • East Iranian
                • Avestan dugədar
                • Pashto لور lur
              • Western Iranian
                • Kurdish do- daughter (in compounds)
                  • Kurdish domam uncle's daughter, cousin
                • Old Persian *duxçī
                  • Persian دختر doxtar
          • Italic *fuɣtēr
            • Oscan 𐌚𐌖𐌕𐌝𐌓 futír only attested as dative
          • Tocharian *täkā́cër
            • Arshian ckācar
            • Kuchean tkācer
          • Proto-Indo-European *dʰugh₂tḗr dyēws daughter of Dyeus
            • Hellenic
              • Homeric Greek Διὸς θυγάτηρ dios thugatēr daughter of Zeus Aphrodite, Helen
            • Indo-Iranian
              • Indo-Aryan
                • Vedic Sanskrit दुहिता दिव duhitā́ diváḥ Daughter of the Sky Ushas

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Collected English words

doogh, dought, doughty, dug, femme, female, feminine, fawn, fetus, doe, felicity, Felix, Felicia, Fitz-, Hidalgo, filial, affiliate, fellate, Tethys, fecund, Deirdre, daughter