From Middle English dawe, from Old English dāwe, from Proto-Germanic *dēhǭ (compare German Dahle, Dohle, dialectal Tach), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰākʷ- (compare Old Prussian doacke (“starling”)).
daw (plural daws)
- A western jackdaw, Coloeus monedula, a passerine bird in the crow family (Corvidae), more commonly called jackdaw.
- (obsolete) An idiot, a simpleton; fool.
From Middle English dawen, from Old English dagian (“to dawn”), from Proto-Germanic *dagāną (“to become day, dawn”), from Proto-Germanic *dagaz (“day”), from Proto-Indo-European *dʰegʷʰ- (“to burn”). More at day, dawn.
daw (third-person singular simple present daws, present participle dawing, simple past and past participle dawed)
- (obsolete outside Scotland) To dawn.
- (obsolete) To wake (someone) up.
- (obsolete) To daunt; to terrify.
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