Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨ-tʃa, *apɨtsa

ear

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South America Proto-Tupí *apɨt

centre

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨ-saka, *japɨtʃaka

to listen

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨr

end; point

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South America Proto-Carib *apina

1EXCL

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apin

to shave (the head)

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South America Proto-Tuparí *apikɨp

horn

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨka, *apɨk-aβ

place for sitting, bench

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South America Proto-Tupí *apˀɨk, *apɨk

to sit (down)

PT *apˀɨk/*apɨk > PTG *apɨk Details
South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨk

to sit down

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *ãpɨj, *apũy, *apɨ̃j

nose (tip)

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South America Proto-Tupí *ãpɨj, *aᵐpɨ̃j

nose (tip)

PT *ãpɨj/*aᵐpɨ̃j > PTG *ãpɨj/*apũy/*apɨ̃j Details
Eurasia Proto-Italic *api-?

"No accepted etymology. Vennemann 1998a proposes that apis is a loanword from Semitic, comparing Hieroglyphic Egyptian 'fj 'bee'." (MDV). Details
South America Proto-Arawak *apɨ

bone

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨ

to burn

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South America Proto-Mawé-Awetí-Tupí-Guaraní *apɨ

to burn

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South America Proto-Tupí *apɨ

ear

PT *apɨ > PMATG *nãpi [nãmpi] > PTG *apɨ-tʃa/*apɨtsa Details
South America Proto-Arawak *api

snake

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South America Proto-Tupí-Guaraní *api

to throw/shoot, to find

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South America Proto-Tupí *api

to throw/shoot, to find

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