Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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

Hungarian test “body”

Proto-Eskimo *t∂m∂ “body”

Sumerian diš (5x: Old Akkadian, Ur III) wr. diš; de-eš-šu2; di-id; di-t- “one”

Hungarian tetű “louse”

Proto-Altaic *t’ijV

Proto-Turkic *taigi-

Proto-Tungusic *ti-kte

Proto-Eskimo *kumaγ “louse”

Sumerian dih (132x: Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. ĝešdih3; dih3; ĝeštehi “a weed

with thorns”.

Hungarian teve “camel”

Proto-Altaic *t’ibŋe “camel; elk”

Proto-Turkic *debe

Proto-Mongolic *teme-γen

Proto-Tungusic *tibŋa

Proto-Eskimo *paγn∂R “caribou bull”

Sumerian dibid, wr. di-bi-id “camel”

Hungarian tévedni “to be mistaken/wrong, to err, to slip”

Proto-Ugric *tepз- “to err, to make a mistake”

Proto-Eskimo *k∂nluR “wrong”

Sumerian dub (186x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. dub2;

dub “to tremble, make tremble; to push away, down; to smash,

abolish”

Hungarian ti “you (pl.)”

Proto-Altaic *t’i “thou”

Proto-Uralic *t8

Proto-Eskimo *∂lp∂t, *∂łv∂t “you”

Sumerian me-en-zé-en, za-e-me-en-zé-en, i.e. the pronoun of the 2nd pers. sg.

za-e, zé with prefixes and suffixes (Edzward 2003, p.55)

Hungarian tidó “birch-bark; a small torch made of bound birch-bark used

by fishermen; a salt shaker made of the bark of birch- or

cherrywood” (Székely)

Proto-Ugric *t8ntз “birch brake”

Proto-Eskimo *k∂nataγ- “to apply brake”

Sumerian te (31x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. te

“membrane”

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