Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut

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

Hungarian tikkadni “weaken (due to exhaustion, heat or thirst)”

Proto-Inuit *iyaŋa- “to be weak”

Sumerian dig, wr. dig “(to be) paralyzed, to suffer paralysis”

Hungarian tilni, tiltani “to forbid, to prohibit”, tilos “forbidden”

Proto-Eskimo *tan∂R- “to forbid”

Sumerian til (627x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early Old

Babylonian, Old Babylonian) wr. til; til3 “(to be) complete(d); (to be)

old, long-lasting; to end”

Hungarian tiló “flax or hemp meant to be stripped; the household machine

used for this purpose”

Proto-Eskimo *uliγ(-) “blanket; to cover”

Sumerian dul (10x: Ur III) wr. dul4 “a textile”

Hungarian tinó “heifer”

Proto-Eskimo *iRni(C)aR “offspring” [?]

Sumerian dumu (28245x: ED IIIa, ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III,

Early Old Babylonian, Old Babylonian, Middle Babylonian, uncertain)

wr. dumu; du5-mu “child, son, daughter”

Hungarian titok “secret (noun)”, titkos “secret, confidential”, tit-kár

“secretary”

Proto-Ugric *tajз-ttз- “to hide > to keep secret”

Proto-Eskimo *taqiγ- “to be secretive about sth.”

Sumerian di (1x: Old Babylonian) wr. di “to go, to escape” + taka (667x: ED

IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old

Babylonian) wr. tak4 “to set aside, leave behind; to save, keep back,

hold back”. One of the few double-words in Sum.

Hungarian tó, tav- “lake”

Proto-Uralic *towз “lake, pond”

Proto-Yupik *qaγan “lake at head of river”

Sumerian tul (109x: Old Akkadian, Ur III, Early Old Babylonian, Old

Babylonian) wr. tul2; |LAGAB×TIL| “public fountain; fish pond, pit;

ditch, channel; excavation, trench” [?]

Hungarian tojik “lay (eggs)”, tojás “egg”

Proto-Eskimo *p∂kyu “egg”

Sumerian du (2639x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash II, Ur III, Early Old

Babylonian, Old Babylonian) wr. du8 “to bake; to spread out mud to

make bricks; to caulk” or utud (847x: ED IIIb, Old Akkadian, Lagash

II, Ur III, Old Babylonian) wr. tud; u3-tu; tu-ud “to give birth (to),

bear a child”

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