דו

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Hebrew[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Ultimately from Latin duo.

Prefix[edit]

דּוּ ‎(du-)

  1. Double-, two-, bi-, di-.
    משמעות ‎(mashma'út, meaning) → דו משמעי ‎(du-mashma'í, ambiguous)
    הורה ‎(horé, parent) → דו הורי ‎(du-horí, two-parent)
    קומה ‎(kumá, floor, story) → דו קומתי ‎(du-kumatí, two-story, double-decker)
    צד ‎(tzad, side) → דו צדדי ‎(du-tzdadí, two-sided, bilateral)
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Italian do.

Proper noun[edit]

דּוֹ ‎(dom

  1. Do: the first solfège syllable, representing the note C.

Yiddish[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

דו ‎(du)

  1. you (second-person singular subject pronoun)

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