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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: "r{a:}{n|}" | Query method: Match substring
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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *mrāH / *mrāŋ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: horse
Chinese: *mrāʔ horse.
Burmese: mraŋh horse, LB *mhruŋx.
Kachin: gumra2 a horse, a pony; (H) kumraŋ a horse, a pony.
Comments: Haka ray; Kanauri ray; Thebor śaŋ; Chepang saraŋ; Rgyarung nporo, poro, moro. Sh. 121, 135, 143, 410; Ben. 43; Mat. 182.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *m(r)āŋ / *m(r)āk
Meaning: gadfly, fly
Chinese: *m_rāŋ gadfly, horsefly.
Tibetan: sbraŋ fly, bee.
Burmese: hmak gadfly, horsefly, LB *smakx id.
Lepcha: sŭm-brjoŋ common fly
Comments: PG *napraŋ fly (n). Bod. 153; Luce 68. Cf. Austric: PAA *(bǝ-)raŋ 'wasp, fly', PAN *qariñuan / *qaniRuan 'bee'.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *m(r)āŋ
Meaning: people
Chinese: *m_rāŋ population, people.
Tibetan: dmaŋs people.
Comments: Cf. also Tib. ãbaŋs subject; people. Coblin 116.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *rāH (/ *rāk, *rāŋ)
Meaning: rough, coarse
Chinese: *rhāʔ rustic, coarse; salty (e.g. land).
Tibetan: rags coarse, thick, gross, raŋs rough, rude, unpolished.
Burmese: hraʔ feel the harshness of surface, feel an unpleasant taste.
Kachin: gra2, mǝgra2 be sharp to the touch.
Comments: Coblin 55-56. In Burm. the root has coincided with hraʔ 'to wound by a slight cut, accidentally', see *[ʔʷ]răH. Sag. 10 compares Chin. with PAN *qasiRa 'salt' (?).
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *rāŋ / *rāk
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: bone
Chinese: *krāk bone (of animal), 胻 *g_rāŋ shinbone [since Han].
Burmese: khraŋ bone.
Kachin: (H) nraŋ bone (but cf. nra1 id., see *răH).
Comments: BG: Garo greŋ, Dimasa gĕ-reŋ; Moshang a-rã, Namsangia a-rāh. Sh. 433.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *rā̆ŋH
Meaning: bright, clear
Chinese: *r_āŋʔ bright, 亮 *raŋs brightness, 景 *kraŋʔ bright, 爽 *sraŋʔ bright, dawn.
Burmese: hraŋh be clear, clean.
Lushai: Haka raaŋ white
Comments: Trung sraŋ 'bright'. Cf. also Sulung *rVŋ 'white', Aka *gryaŋ id., Naga *roŋ 'burn', Gurung khrõ-ba id. Cf. Austric: PAA *Cǝra:ŋ 'bright, morning', PAN *siraŋ 'dazzle, glare, light'.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *k(h)r[ā]ŋ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: mosquito
Burmese: khraŋ mosquito, LB *s-kraŋ.
Kachin: ǯiʔ2-groŋ2 a mosquito.
Lushai: KC *krāŋ (?).
Comments: Mikir tim-kraŋ; Rawang mǝ-gaŋ; Trung 3-raŋ2 fire-fly. Sh. 405; Ben. 71; Mat. 165. Cf. perhaps Serdukpen graŋ-bi 'worm'.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *qʷrāŋ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: horn
Chinese: *kʷrāŋ drinking horn, a k. of ritual vessel.
Kachin: nruŋ1 a horn.
Lepcha: aróŋ
Kiranti: *(g)räŋ
Comments: Tsangla wa-roŋ (wa cow); BG: Garo groŋ, Dimasa groŋ; Moshang a-ruŋ, Namsangia roŋ; Rawang a-riŋ; Vayu, Bahing ruŋ. Sh. 406, 433; Ben. 31-32. One should note Austric: PAA *Cǝrɨeŋ, SM *dereŋ 'horn', PAN *Cuqelaŋ 'bone'.
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