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diez (Cardinal Number) "ten"
12th cent. From Latin decem. From Proto-Italic *dekm̥ 'id.' From Proto-Indo-European *deḱm̥ 'id.'
Indo-European
Romance
Asturian diez, Portuguese dez, Galician dez, Catalan deu, French dix, Italian dieci, Aromanian dzatsi, Romanian zece, Sardinian dèke
Italic
Oscan δεκμας (dekmas) "tithe"
Celtic
Celtiberian tekametam- "tenth," Gaulish decametos "tenth," Old Irish deich, Middle Welsh deg, Old Breton dec, Old Cornish dec
Germanic
Gothic taihun, Old Norse tíu, Old High German zehun, Old Saxon tehun, Old English tīen (English ten)
Balto-Slavic
Old Church Slavonic desętь, Lithuanian dẽšimt
Hellenic
Ancient Greek δέκα (déka)
Armenian
Armenian tasn
Indo-Iranian
Sanskrit dáśa, Young Avestan dasa
Tocharian
A śäk, B śak