Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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

Hungarian tar, tarka “multi-coloured; mottled”

Kazakh tarlan “reddish-yellow or black spotted white (of horses)”

Proto-Eskimo-Aleut *isuRiq “spotted seal”

Sumerian dara (43x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. dara4 “(to

be) red; (to be) brown”

Hungarian tarló “stubble-field”

Classical Mongolian tari- “to plow the land

Proto-Eskimo *kiliR- “to cut”

Sumerian tar (237x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Old Babylonian)

wr. tar; tarar “to cut; to plow”

Hungarian tartani “to hold, to keep”

Proto-Altaic *terta- “to pull”

Proto-Turkic *dart-

Proto-Mongolic *tata- < *data-

Proto-Tungusic *derde-

Proto-Finno-Ugric *tarttз- “to get stuck, to stick”

Proto-Eskimo *kal∂v∂(t)- “to sink into mud”

Sumerian dara (2x: Old Babylonian) wr. tug2dara4; dara2; tug2dara2 “belt, sash,

girdle; string”

Hungarian tat, tatfa “crossrail (in a ship); poop, stern” (fa “tree; wood”)

Proto-Uralic *tuktз “crossrail”

Proto-Eskimo-Aleut *kaγaluq “stern of boat”

Sumerian tug (54x: ED IIIb) wr. tugx(LAK483) “a kind of plow?”

Hungarian tathal “tench (Tinca tinca)” (hal “fish”)

Proto-Uralic *totke

Proto-Eskimo-Aleut *kaγaluq “stern of boat”

Sumerian tug (54x: ED IIIb) wr. tugx(LAK483) “a kind of plow?”. The tail of

the tench has a high stalk with a fin that ends even and thus resembles

to the knive of a plow or a crossrail.

Hungarian tavasz “spring”

Proto-Finno-Ugric *towkз

Proto-Eskimo *kδaR “(early) spring” (cf. Fortescue 1994, p. 377, s.v. up∂n(∂)RakδaR)

Sumerian tab (1x: Old Babylonian) wr. tab “begin”

Hungarian távol “far”, tova “away”, túl “beyond”

Proto-Uralic *to “that”

Eskimo-Aleut tulaγ- “to arrive; land”, cala- “id.”

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