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Sino-Tibetan etymology :

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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: "*s{a:}t" | Query method: Match substring
\data\sintib\stibet.dbf
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *sāt
Meaning: kill
Chinese: *srāt kill, 摋 *sāt to slap from the side.
Tibetan: gsod (p. bsad, f. bsad, i. sod) to kill, rcod (p. brcad) to contend, fight with arms.
Burmese: sat kill, LB *satx.
Kachin: gǝsat3 to kill, to murder.
Lushai: that to kill, KC *that'.
Kiranti: *sét
Comments: PG *sV[p] kill; BG: Boro thät, Dimasa thai, Garo soʔot; Moshang tat; Kham sat; Kham sajL; Kanauri sad-; Rgyarung -sad; Trung sat1; Mikir dǝyhét; Thankur kǝthǝt. Simon 18; Sh. 436, 410; Ben. 27; Mat. 202.
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