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Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

ALFRÉD TÓTH : HUNGARIAN AND ESKIMO-ALEUT — with Paleo-Siberian Cognates

Hungarian -nól/-nől, -núl/-nűl “from”, -nott/-nitt/-nött “at” (adessive-

/allative-locative)

Proto-Uralic *-nä (a locative suffix)

Eskimo -me-, -ne (casus localis, cf. Kleinschmidt 1851, p. 79)

Sumerian ne-e(n) “this”

Hungarian nő “woman”

Proto-Altaic *néŋu “female relative, sister’s or brother’s wife”

Proto-Turkic *jeŋe

Proto-Mongolic *naga-

Proto-Tungusic *neŋu-

Proto-Uralic *ńiŋä “wife; woman”

Eskimo-Aleut n∂ŋjuR “oldest woman in household”

Inuit mim-sx, older ŋim-sx “woman”, ŋi-c “wife”

Chukotko-Kamch. ŋaev (< *n∂ŋaev?) “woman”

Sumerian nunus, munus (3079x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early

Old Babylonian, Old Babylonian, 1st millennium) wr. munus; nu-nus

“woman; female”

Hungarian nyak “neck”

Proto-Altaic *ni_ake “neck; vertebra”

Proto-Turkic *jaka

Proto-Mongolic *nigu-

Proto-Tungusic *niki-

Proto-Uralic *ń8kkз

Eskimo-Aleut cik∂(t)- “lower head”

Aleut ciikit- “tilt”

Chukotko-Kamch. cik(jae)- “to dive”

Sumerian gag (304x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. ĝešgag;

gag; urudgag “arrowhead; peg, nail”

Hungarian nyalni “to lick”

Proto-Uralic *ńole-, *ńōle-

Yukagir n’el- “to lick”

Sumerian ĝeli (5x: Old Babylonian) wr. ĝeli3 “throat; windpipe”

Hungarian nyál “saliva; slime, mucus”

Proto-Altaic *làlè “sticky substance”; *DŽālu “saliva”

Proto-Turkic *jilik; *jālga-

Proto-Mongolic *nila; *DŽal-gi-, *DŽal-ka-

Proto-Tungusic *lala; *DŽali-

Proto-Uralic *ń8lз “sap; slime; to be slippery; to come off”

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