Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Scottish Gaelic (f)eaman

tail

m Details
Old High German (fir-)zeran

to tear up, destroy

v Details
Old High German (g)elo

yellow

adj Also "gëlo". Not sure about "elo".  Details
Hittite (GIŠ)paršdu-

leaf, foliage

c,n Details
Basque (West) (h)aizkora

axe

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
Details
Hittite (ḫ)apalki

iron

n Details
Hittite (ḫ)apalki-

iron

n Beekes surmises that there is a connection between this word and Gr. χαλκός ‘ore, copper, bronze’. "The imperfect phonetic agreement would be due to incorrect rendering of a foreign word" (RB). Details
Old High German (h)nac(h)

occiput, nape

m Details
Middle Dutch (h)o(o)re, oor, oir

ear

m Not sure about "hoore" and "hore". Details
Old High German (h)waz

what?, which

interr Also "hwazs", "wazz", "was", "guaz", "guats", "guæz", "wath" and "gued".  Details
Old High German (h)wer

who?, which

m
interr Also "wie". Details
Cham (Hainan) (hu²¹)taj²¹nok²⁴

banana

(meaning taken from an associated Word List Item)
From Proto-Chamic *batəy [(NCLF) + banana + bird?] Details
Kamayurá (i')ape

back (of body)

Port. costas, dorso
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Kamayurá (i')ayk

short

Port. curto(a)(s)
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Kamayurá (i)jay

month

Port. mês
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Kamayurá (i)kam

breast

Port. peito, seio
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Kamayurá (i)kama'ĩ

thin

Port. magro(a)(s)
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Kamayurá (i)kãng

bone

Port. osso
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Kamayurá (i)kap

fat (organic substance)

Port. gordura
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Kamayurá (i)katu

good

Port. bom
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