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FATHER  TEUTON  OR  TEUTATES

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This article will cover two concepts forged into one deity. Namely "teut" as "people" or "tribe" and "ates" as "father".

Word "teut" is most probably an Indo-European synonym for LEODE.


FATHER

TATA

Sanskrit: तात (tāta)

Pali: tāta

Old Gujarati: ताय (tāta)

Latin: tata

Aromanian: tatã

Italian: tata

Neapolitan: tata

Portuguese: tatá

Romanian: tată

Serbo-Croatian: та̏та, tȁta

Slovene: táta

Czech: táta

Polish: tata, tatko

Slovak: tata

Belarusian: та́та (táta)

Upper Sorbian: tata

Lower Sorbian: tata

Ancient Greek: τατᾶ (tatâ)

Spanish: tata, taita

Cimbrian: tatta

Russian: тя́тя (tjátja), та́та (táta), та́той (tátoj)


TATO

Spanish: tato

Ukrainian: та́то (táto), та́тко (tátko)

Bulgarian: та́то (táto), та́тко (tátko), та́те (táte)

Macedonian: татко (tatko)

Bulgarian: та́тко (tátko)


TET-

Ancient Greek: τέττα (tétta)

Dalmatian: teta

Lithuanian: tėtis, tėtytis, tėtė

Latvian: tētis

Old Prussian: thetis


TA-

Albanian: tatë

North Frisian: taatje, tääte

Cornish: tat, tas

Breton: tad

Hindi: ताया (tāyā)


TUOT-

Dalmatian: tuota


ATA-

Hittite: attaš, addaš

Lydian: ata-

Gothic: 𐌰𐍄𐍄𐌰 (atta)

Ancient Greek: ἄττα (átta)

Latin: atta

Ossetian: ӕда (æda) ("grandfather")

Polabian: aita

Old Irish: athair, athir

Irish: athair

Scottish Gaelic: athair


ATE-

Albanian: atë (year 1462 Skanderbeg's counselor)

Old Irish: aite ("foster father, teacher, tutor")

North Frisian: ate, aatj

Middle High German: atte

Gaulish: ater


OT-

Old Church Slavonic: отьць ⱁⱅⱐⱌⱐ (otĭcĭ)

Old Novgorodian: отьць (otĭcĭ)

Old East Slavic: отьць (otĭcĭ)

Russian: оте́ц (otéc)

Rusyn: оте́ць (otécʹ)

Ukrainian: оте́ць (otécʹ)

Bulgarian: оте́ц (otéc)

Macedonian: о́тец (ótec)

Czech: otec

Slovak: otec

Serbo-Croatian: о̀тац, òtac


OD-

Irish: oide ("godfather, teacher, coach")

Scottish Gaelic: oide ("guardian, foster father; stepfather; godfather; teacher")


OC-

Slovene: óče

Kashubian: òjc

Old Polish: ociec

Polish: ojciec


ETE-

Middle Dutch: ette

Dutch: ette

Alemannic: Ätti, Ätte; Großätti, Großatt

Bavarian: Ätt

German: Großätti

West Frisian: heit


DAD

Middle English: dadde, dadd

English: dad


AT-

Old High German: atto

Old Norse: atti


A-

Belarusian: айце́ц (ajcjéc)


WO-

Lower Sorbian: wóśc

Upper Sorbian: wótc, wóćec


AIR

Old Armenian: հայր (hayr)

Manx: ayr


PAT- PAD-

Ancient Greek: πατήρ (patḗr)

Greek: πατήρ (patír), πατέρας (patéras)

Mycenaean Greek: pa-te

Aequian: patre (dative singular)

Faliscan: 𐌐𐌀𐌕𐌄𐌓 (pater)

Latin: pater

Oscan: 𐌐𐌀𐌕𐌝𐌓 (patír)

South Picene: 𐌐𐌀𐌕𐌄𐌓𐌄𐌑𐌇 (patereíh) (dative singular)

Umbrian: 𐌉𐌖𐌐𐌀𐌕𐌄𐌓 (iupater)

Dutch: pater

English: pater

Esperanto: patro

Ido: patro

Novial: patro

Romanian: pater

Sicilian: patri

Neapolitan: pàte

Phrygian: πατερης (pateres)

Mysian: πατριζι (patrizi) ("fathers")

Galician: pai, padre

Italian: padre

Old Portuguese: padre

Portuguese: pai, padre

Romansh: pader

Spanish: padre

Asturian: pá, pai, padre

Sogdian: ptr-


PAC-

Tocharian A: pācar

Tocharian B: pācer


FAT- FAD-

English: father

Yola: vather

Old High German: fater

Middle High German: vater

Alemannic German: Vatter, Vater, Fatter, fater, vàtter

German: Vater, Vatter

Central Franconian: Vatter

Cimbrian: vatar, baatar

Scots: faither, fader, faether, faider, fither

Old Danish: faþir, fathær

Old Swedish: faþir, fadher, fadhir

Old Norse: faðir

Icelandic: faðir

Faroese: faðir

Elfdalian: faðer

Scanian: faðer

Söl'ring: Faaðer

Old Frisian: fader, feder

Saterland Frisian: Fadder

Old Saxon: fadar

Gothic: 𐍆𐌰𐌳𐌰𐍂 (fadar)

Danish: fader, far

Swedish: fader, far

Norwegian: fader

Gutnish: fadar, fadur

Middle English: fader, faðer, fadir, feder, vader

Old English: fæder

Old Dutch: fader, vader

Middle Dutch: vader

Dutch: vader

Afrikaans: vader

Jersey Dutch: vâder

Middle Low German: vāder

German Low German: Vader, Voder, Fader, Vaar

Central Franconian: Vader

Limburgish: vader


FOT- FOD-

Vilamovian: foter, fōter

Bavarian: votar, voter

Plautdietsch: Voda

Transylvanian Saxon: Foater

Southern Goesharde: fååðer, fåår


PIT-

---> Telugu: pita, pitr̥lu

Avestan: ptā, pitar

Sanskrit: पितृ (pitṛ), पिता (pitā)

Bengali: পিতা (pita)

Gujarati: પિતા (pitā)

Hindi: पिता (pitā), पितृ (pitŕ)

Nepali: पिता (pitā)

Punjabi: ਪਿਤਾ (pitā)

Old Persian: 𐎱𐎡𐎫𐎠 (pitā)

Baluchi: پت‎ (pit)

Middle Persian: AB' / pt' / pyt' (pid), ABYtl / pytl (pidar)

Hindi: पिदर (pidar)


FAR-

West Frisian: faar

Gutnish: far

Orkney: fa

Norwegian: far

Westrobothnian: far, fær, fär, fer


PA-

Aragonese: pai

Friulian: pari

Occitan: paire

Extremaduran: pairi

Catalan: pare

Venetian: pare

Franco-Provençal: pâre


PE-

Old French: pere, pedre

French: père

Norman: péthe

Walloon: pere

Khotanese: pätar-

Persian: پدر‎ (pedar)


PI- FI- FY-

Sauraseni Prakrit: piu

Hindi: पिउ (piu)

Punjabi: ਪਿਉ (piu)

Kurdish: pya, pyaw ("man")

Ossetian Digor: фидӕ (fidæ)

Shetland: fy

Ossetian Iron: фыд (fyd)


PL-

Pashto: پلار‎ (plar)



THE people

TEUT-

Gaulish: teuta

Phrygian: τευτους (teutous)


TAUT- TAUD-

Old Prussian: tauto ("country")

Latvian: tauta

Lithuanian: tauta

Sudovian: taud

Gutnish: tjaud


TOUT- TOT- TIOD-

Gaulish: touta

Marrucinian: toutai

Oscan: toutad

Umbrian: totam

Volscian: toticu

Old Norse: þjóð, þióð

Icelandic: þjóð

Faroese: tjóð

Norwegian Nynorsk: tjod

Swedish: tjod

Persian: توده‎ (tōda) ("heap, pile, mass; people, folk, masses")


TU-

Middle Breton: tut

Middle Welsh: tut

Welsh: tud

Breton: tud

Kurdish: tûde

Sogdian: twδ’k (tudak) ("crowd")

Serbo-Croatian: ту̏ђ, tȕđ ("foreign, alien, strange")

Old Church Slavonic: тоуждь (tuždĭ) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Macedonian: туѓ (tuǵ) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Slovene: túj ("foreign, alien, strange")

Cornish: tus

Old Irish: túath

Irish: tuath

Scots Gaelic: tuath


CU-

Belarusian: чужы́ (čužý) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Russian: чужо́й (čužój) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Rusyn: чуджі́й (čudžíj) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Ukrainian: чужи́й (čužýj) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Bulgarian: чужд (čužd), чузд (čuzd) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Russian: чу́ждый (čúždyj) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Old Czech: cuzí ("foreign, alien, strange")

Polish: cudzy ("someone else's")

Slovak: cudzí ("foreign, alien, strange")

Upper Sorbian: cuzy ("foreign, alien, strange")

Lower Sorbian: cuzy ("foreign, alien, strange")


TE-

Albanian: tëtanë

Old English: þeoden (Theoden) ("prince, lord, ruler of the people")

Old English: þēod

Middle English: theode, thede

Scots: thede, theid

English: thede, theod


DE-

German: Deutsch

Middle Low German: dêt, deit


TI-

Old English: þīod

Old Saxon: thīod, thioda

Old Frisian: thiād

Old Dutch: thiat

Gothic: 𐌸𐌹𐌿𐌳𐌰 (þiuda)

Gothic: 𐌸𐌹𐌿𐌳𐌰𐌽𐍃 (þiudans) ("king")


DI-

Middle Dutch: diet

Dutch: diet

Old High German: diota, diot

Middle High German: diet

German: Diet


S- C-

Old Church Slavonic: щоуждь (štuždĭ), стоуждь (stuždĭ) ("foreign, alien, strange")

Czech: cizí ("foreign, alien, strange")

Polabian: ceudzi ("foreign, alien, strange")


Article created on the 9th of November 2018.