Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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

Sumerian rib (62x: ED IIIb, Old Babylonian) wr. rib; ri-ba “(to be) surpassing,

outstanding; (to be) strong, massive” + -ga (derivative suffix of

unknown meaning, possibly also diminutive), cf. ab2 “cow”, ab2-ga

“milk; cow”

Hungarian rokkanni “to descend continuously closer”, rokkant “crippled,

disabled; invalid”

Proto-Ugric *r8kkз- “to collapse, to fall down”

Proto-Eskimo *uł∂R-, *ułRu- “to fall”

Sumerian ru, ri (475x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old

Babylonian) wr. RI; ru “to lay down, cast, place; to set in place, imbue;

to lean on; to impose; to throw down; to release, let go; to walk along;

to pour out; to lead away”

Hungarian rokon “relative, kin” (-n is a locative deverbative or denominative

noun suffix)

Proto-Finno-Ugric *rakka(-) “to draw near; nearby”

Proto-Eskimo *qanli- “to approach”

Sumerian uru, wr. uru9 “immediate vicinity, adjacent (place)”

Hungarian romlik “to crumble, to fall into pieces”

Proto-Uralo-Siberian *kum∂ “to flow”

Proto-Eskimo *kuv∂- “to pour”, *kuδ∂γ “river”

Proto-Aleut *kum- “id.”

Inuit kiv “river”

Sumerian hum (8x: Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. hum “to snap off; to run, flow

(bodily fluids); to move, be in motion”, cf. omlik. bomlik, omlik and

romlik build a series with assumingly free variation of the initial

consonant.

Hungarian rongy “rag, clout, floor cloth”

Proto-Uralo-Siberian *kum∂ “to flow”

Proto-Eskimo *kuv∂- “to pour”, *kuδ∂γ “river”

Proto-Aleut *kum- “id.”

Inuit kiv “river”

Sumerian hum (8x: Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. hum “to snap off; to run, flow

(bodily luids); to move, be in motion”, cf. omlik.

Hungarian rohadni, roshadni, rossadni, rothadni “to rot, to decay”

Proto-Uralo-Siberian *kum∂ “to flow”

Proto-Eskimo *kuv∂- “to pour”, *kuδ∂γ “river”

Proto-Aleut *kum- “id.”

Inuit kiv “river”

Sumerian hum (8x: Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. hum “to snap off; to run, flow

(bodily luids); to move, be in motion”, cf. omlik.

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