"duve" meaning in Middle Dutch

See duve in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Noun

Etymology: From Old Dutch dūva, from Proto-West Germanic *dūbā. Etymology templates: {{dercat|dum|gem-pro|inh=1}}, {{inh|dum|odt|dūva}} Old Dutch dūva, {{inh|dum|gmw-pro|*dūbā}} Proto-West Germanic *dūbā Head templates: {{head|dum|noun||{{{stem}}}-||{{{stem2}}}-|cat2=|g=f|g2=|g3=|head=|head2=|sort=}} duve f, {{dum-noun|f}} duve f
  1. pigeon, dove Tags: feminine Categories (lifeform): Birds
    Sense id: duve-dum-noun-zDf9Z3mx

Download JSON data for duve meaning in Middle Dutch (1.6kB)

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      "text": "Dutch: duif\nAfrikaans: duif\nNegerhollands: dufje, difi, diffie\n→ Sranan Tongo: doifi"
    },
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          "expansion": "Limburgish: doef",
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            "Chordates",
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        ],
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          "dove",
          "dove"
        ]
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      ]
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