English meaning: to run, *stream, flow
    Deutsche Übersetzung: “laufen, rinnen”
    Material: O.Ind. dhávatē “runs, streams “, lengthened grade dhǘ vati ds., dhüutí -ḥ f. “wellspring, stream, brook”; M.Pers. dawīdan “run, hurry”, püm. dav- “run, rush”; Maybe Alb. (*dhou̯eti) dēti “ sea “ : nasalized Gk.-Illyr. (*dh(o)u̯enti) δυάν κρήνην Hes. : M.Ir. dōe ‘sea” common Alb. attribute nouns suffixed in -t formant. [see Alb. numbers]. gr θέω, ep. also θείω, Fut θεύσομαι “run”; lak. σῆ τρέχε Hes.; θοός “quick, fast”, βοη-θόος “ auf einen Anruf schnell zur Hand, helfend “, in addition βοηθέω (instead of *βοηθοέω) “help”, θοάζω “ move in quick dashing movement; scoot, move fast “; Gk.-Illyr. δυάν κρήνην Hes.; O.N. dǫgg, gen. dǫggwar (*dawwō), O.E. dēaw, O.S. dau, O.H.G. tou, Ger. Тau (*dawwa-); doubtful M.Ir. dōe ‘sea” (*dheu̯iü) as “ the violently moving “; Maybe Illyr. TN Tau-lanti (wetland, swamp): Ger. Тau (*dawwa-) here probably *dhu-ro- in Thrac. FlN ᾽Α-θύρας (*n̥-dhu-r-) and in numerous Ven.-Illyr. FlN, so Illyr. Duria (Hungarian), Ger. Tyra, Thur, older Dura (Alsace, Switzerland), oberItal. Dora, Doria, Fr. Dore, Doire, Doron, iber. Durius, Turia etc (Pokorny UrIllyr. 2, 10, 79, 105, 113, 127, 145, 160, 165, 169 f.);
    Note: Finally the ancient Dorian tribe that overrun Mycenaean civilization was of Illyrian origin. Their name meant “river people” since they spread very rapidly traveling on fast river boats. Their migration took Mycenaean cities by surprise. The Dorian expansion was similar to the Viking rapid expansion hundreds of years later. maybe Illyr. (*Durra-hion) Dyrrhachium -i, n. a port in Illyria. after Rozwadowski (Rev. Slav. 6, 58 ff.) here the FlN Dũna, West-Slav. Dvina (*dhu̯einü), borrowed as finn. väinä “wide river”, estn. väin(a) “ straits “, syrj. “dyn “ estuary “.
    References: WP. I 834.

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