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TWO

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DVA

Sanskrit: द्व (dvá)

Old East Slavic: два (dva)

Belarusian: два (dva)

Russian: два (dva)

Rusyn: два (dva)

Ukrainian: два (dva)

Macedonian: два (dva)

Serbo-Croatian: два̑, dvȃ

Slovak: dvaja, dva

Slovene: dvȃ

Slovincian: dvȧ̃

Czech: dva

Polish: dwa

Kashubian: dwa

Lower Sorbian: dwa

Upper Sorbian: dwaj

Old Prussian: dwai


TVA-

Old Saxon: twā

Old Frisian: twā

West Frisian: twa

Old English: twā

Middle English: twa

Old Norse: tvau

Old Swedish: tvā, tvār

Old Danish: twā

Scots: twa, twae

English: twain, tway

Gothic: 𐍄𐍅𐌰𐌹 (twai)


DUA-

---> Malay: دوا‎‎ (dua)

Avestan: duua

Old Portuguese: duas

Galician: dúas

Sardinian: duas

Old East Slavic: дъва (dŭva)

Old Church Slavonic: дъва ⰴⱏⰲⰰ (dŭva)


ZVA-

Alemannic German: zwa


DUO

Yatvingian (Sudovian): duo

Latin: duo

English: duo

Ancient Greek: δύο (dúo)

Greek: δύο (dýo)

Sardinian: duos


WU-

Tocharian A: wu


TVO-

Middle English: two

English: two

Saterland Frisian: two

Old Danish: two

Old Saxon: twō

Icelandic: tvö

Norwegian: tvo

Swedish: två


ZVO-

Alemannic German: zwo, zwöi, zwoi

Bavarian: zwoa, zwo

Alemannic German: zwuo

DOU-

Romanian: două

Mirandese: dous

Old Portuguese: dous

Galician: dous


DU

Lithuanian: du

Kurdish: دوو‎ (dû)

Albanian: dy

French: deux (du)

Norman: deux, daeux

Franco-Provençal: doux


TU

Old English:

Middle English: tu

Old Swedish:


TVE-

Old Saxon: twēne, twēna, twē

Middle Low German: twê, twî

Old Dutch: twēne, twē

German Low German: twee

Plautdietsch: twee

Middle Dutch: twee, twe

Dutch: twee

Afrikaans: twee

Saterland Frisian: twäin

Old Frisian: twēne

Middle English: twei, tweine

Old English: twēġen

Old Norse: tveir, tvær

Icelandic: tveir, tvær

Faroese: tveir, tvær, tvey

Old Swedish: tvēr

Old Frisian: twēr


DVE-

Bulgarian: две (dve)

Slovak: dve

Sauraseni Prakrit: duve

Ardhamagadhi Prakrit: duve


DUE-

Italian: due

Corsican: due

Italian: duetto

English: duet

Venetian: due

Catalan: dues

Mirandese: dues

UE-

Tocharian A: we


ZVE-

Old High German: zwēne

Central Franconian: zwei, zwien

Middle High German: zwei

Alemannic German: zwei, zwe, zwee, zwea

Hunsrik: zweu

East Franconian: zwej

Upper Saxon: zwee

German: zwei, zwo, zween

Luxembourgish: zwee

Palatine German: zwee

Pennsylvania German: zwee

Vilamovian: cwē


TUF-

Umbrian: 𐌕𐌖𐌚 (tuf)


TUS-

Old Polish: tuz ("two horse chariot")


DUS-

Oscan: 𐌃𐌖𐌔 (dus)

Occitan: dus

Romansch: dus, duas

Portuguese: duas


DUR

Umbrian: dur


DUI-

---> Malay: دوي (dwi)‎

Nepali: दुई (duī)

Assamese: দুই (dui)

Bengali: দুই (dui)

Istriot: dui, duj

Neapolitan: dduje

Sicilian: dui


UI

Tocharian B: wi


DVI-

Lithuanian: dvi


DIV-

Latgalian: div, diveji

Latvian: divi


DO-

Hindi: दो (do)

Punjabi: ਦੋ (do)

Venetian: do

Aragonese: dos

Asturian: dos

Old Spanish: dos

Ladino: dos

Spanish: dos

Friulian: dôs

Old Occitan: dos

Catalan: dos

Occitan: dos, doas

Old Occitan: doas

Konkani: दोन (don)

Marathi: दोन (don)

Polabian: dåvo

Friulian: doi

Dalmatian: doi

Old Occitan: doi

Aromanian: doi

Piedmontese: doi

Romanian: doi

Istro-Romanian: doi

Aromanian: doi

Portuguese: dois

Occitan: doi


TO-

Old Danish: to

Danish: to

Norwegian: to

North Frisian: tou


DA-

Welsh: dau

Old Irish:

Irish: dhá

Manx: daa

Scottish Gaelic: dà, dhà

Aromanian: dao

Breton: daou


DEU-

Cornish: dew

Old French: deus

Middle French: deus

Walloon: deus


ZB- SB-

Luserna: zboa

Sette Comuni: sbéen, sbòa


Article created on the 7th of April 2019.