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Do the English noun "time" correlate with the Old Slavonic verb "tomiti"

 
 
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Do the English noun "time" correlate with the Old Slavonic verb "tomiti" (where "iti" is a verb ending). The verb "tomiti" historically correlate with the certain time interval (period). Here is the Bible place where this Old Slavonic word is used:

Num.32:13 "And the LORD'S anger was kindled against Israel, and he made them wander in the wilderness forty years"


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