dood etymology

Dutch word dood comes from Proto-Germanic *daudaz (Dead.), Proto-Germanic *dauþuz (Death.)

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Detailed word origin of dood

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*daudaz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Dead.
*dauþuz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Death.
dot Old Dutch (odt) Dead.
*daudijaną Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) (transitive) to make dead, kill.
dōth Old Dutch (odt)
*dōden Old Dutch (odt)
doot Middle Dutch (dum) Dead. Invalid, void. Lifeless.
doot Middle Dutch (dum) Death. Death penalty.
dôot Middle Dutch (dum)
doden Middle Dutch (dum) To kill. To murder.
dôden Middle Dutch (dum)
doet Middle Dutch (dum)
dood Dutch (nld) (colloquial, Flemish) A lot. Dead.
dood Dutch (nld) Death (colloquial, Flemish) A lot. Dead.
doden Dutch (nld) (transitive) to kill.
dood Dutch (nld)

Words with the same origin as dood

Descendants of *daudaz
Dodendraad burgerdode deadline dode doden dodenmis doder doodbliksemen dooddoener doodeenvoudig doodeng doodgaan doodkrank doods doodsbleek doodsoorzaak doodstraf doodvonnis doodziek doodzonde kruisdood monddood ondode verdrinkingsdood
Descendants of *dauþuz
doodbidder doodcedel doodceel doodkist doodlopen