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(Pronoun) "you"
From Latin tu 'id.' From Proto-Italic * 'id.,' from late Proto-Indo-European *tu̯(H), from Proto-Indo-European *ti̯(H).
Asturian to, Portuguese teu, Catalan teu, French ton, Italian tuo, Aromanian tãu, Romanian tău, Sardinian tou
The *-i̯- in the original word *ti̯(H) was replaced with *-u̯- via analogy with other *tu̯- words meaning "you."
tumba (1) f. (Noun) "tomb"
13th cent. From Late Latin tumba 'id.' Borrowed from Ancient Greek τύμβα ‎(tymba) 'id.' Of unknown origin. Borrowed from a non-Indo-European language.
Portuguese tumba, Catalan tomba, French tombe, Italian tomba
Latin tumulus "tumulus"
Corcyrean τῡμος (tymos) "burial mound"
Armenian t'umb "landfill"
tumba (2) f. (Noun) "tumble"
18th cent. From tumbar.
tumbar (Verb) "to tumble"
18th cent. From Vulgar Latin *tumbare 'id.' Of unknown origin but probably of onomatopoeic origin.
turnar (Verb) "to take turns"
18th cent. Borrowed from French tourner 'id.,' from Latin tornare "to turn (in a lathe)." From Latin tornus "lathe" (see torno).
Asturian tornar Portuguese tornar, Galician tornar, Catalan tornar, French tourner, Italian tornare, Aromanian tornu, Romanian turna, Sardinian torràe
turno m. (Noun) "turn"
17th cent. However it appears in a single documented name from early 13th cent., Felicia del Malturno. From turnar.
tuta f. (Noun) "wooden stake used in the game of quoits"
Origin unknown but likely imitative of the sound of the disc striking the stake.
tuyo (Possessive Pronoun) "(of) yours"
From Latin tuus 'id.' From tu "you" interpreted as a noun (see ).