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Mere phonetic similarity, as between English day and Latin dies (both with the same meaning), has no probative value. [31] English initial d- does not regularly match Latin d- [32] —it is not possible to assemble a large set of English and Latin non-borrowed cognates such that English d repeatedly and consistently corresponds to Latin d at the beginning of a word—and whatever sporadic matches can be observed are due either to chance (as in the above example) or to borrowing (for example, Latin diabolus and English devil - both ultimately of Greek origin [33] ). English and Latin do exhibit a regular correspondence of t-  : d- [32] (where the notation "A : B" means "A corresponds to B"); for example, [34]

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Mere phonetic similarity, as between English day and Latin dies (both with the same meaning), has no probative value. [31] English initial d- does not regularly match Latin d- [32] —it is not possible to assemble a large set of English and Latin non-borrowed cognates such that English d repeatedly and consistently corresponds to Latin d at the beginning of a word—and whatever sporadic matches can be observed are due either to chance (as in the above example) or to borrowing (for example, Latin diabolus and English devil - both ultimately of Greek origin [33] ). English and Latin do exhibit a regular correspondence of t-  : d- [32] (where the notation "A : B" means "A corresponds to B"); for example, [34]

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