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şandin

Definition of şandin

send

Other forms

şîn, şan

Etymology

PIE root *sent- "to head for, go".

Proto-Germanic *sond- "make to go" Old Saxon sendian,
Old Norse senda,
Old Frisian senda,
Middle Low German and Middle Dutch senden,
Dutch zenden,
German senden,
Gothic sandjan, causative form of *sinþan "to go, journey",
Old English sið "way, journey",
Old Norse sinn,
Gothic sinþs "going, walk, time",
Lithuanian siųsti "send".

Updated on January 7, 2023

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