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Eurasiatic: *ʔVsxV
Meaning: blood
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *esH-r
Altaic: *sḕga
Uralic: ? *śakśa 'fat, grease'; + ObU *čōkǝs 'bear's blood'; ? Mari KB šäkš, U B šekš, M śekś 'Galle'
Kartvelian: *zisxL-
References: МССНЯ 345; ND 2694 *že[ś]χ/qV 'blood' (Kartv., FU, TM + Eg.?).
Eurasiatic: *ʔVšu
Meaning: pig
Indo-European: *sū-
Kartvelian: *ešw-
References: ND 90 *[ʔV]š(ü)WV 'wild boar' (also adding Udehe siu '2-year-old boar' and ? Eg. šꜣy 'pig').
Eurasiatic: *ʔVṭV
Meaning: elder relative
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *att-
Altaic: *ĕ́t`è
Dravidian: *at-
Eskimo-Aleut: *ata, *ata-ata
Eurasiatic: *ʔVwḳV
Meaning: wife, female
Indo-European: *uk-sor
Altaic: *o[k`]e
Uralic: *ewkkV (cf. also *äkV )
Eskimo-Aleut: *ukur-
Eurasiatic: *ʔVwʒwV(HV)
Meaning: to see
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *ous- 'ear' (?)
Altaic: *ḗbǯo
Uralic: *wića (cf. also wača, oča)
Kartvelian: *uc̣q̇-
References: ND 855 *ħUʒ́E(-q̇V) 'look, see' (w/o Ur.; + Sem.).
Eurasiatic: *ʔVǯV
Meaning: bright
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: ? Hitt. asara-, esara- white, bright
Altaic: ? Mong. aǯaj 'silvery' (of hair)
Uralic: *ačka
Dravidian: Kui-Kuwi *ōǯ- bright, beautiful
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *'ɨčɣъ- белый, светлый
References: ND 160a; cf. also *ʔVCV.
Eurasiatic: *ʕEḳu
Meaning: water
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *akʷ-
Altaic: *i̯ák`a ( ~ -k-); *uk`u ( ~ -k-) 'wet, wash'
Uralic: *joke (cf. also *juka)?
Dravidian: SDR *āk 'swamp' [305]; *uk- 'spill, pour'
Eskimo-Aleut: uq-ƛǝɣ-nǝʁ 'a drop'
References: МССНЯ 334, 347, ОСНЯ 1, 275-276; ND 123 *ʡaḲu (IE, Turc). [two roots]
Eurasiatic: *aga
Meaning: rainy weather
Indo-European: *aghl-
Altaic: *agà
Eskimo-Aleut: *aɣlu- ?
Eurasiatic: *aHulV
Meaning: settlement
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *awǝl-
Altaic: *agu-la
Eurasiatic: *ajbV
Meaning: a k. of grass
Indo-European: *eibh-
Altaic: *ằjbo
Kartvelian: ? *ipx-
Eskimo-Aleut: *ǝvǝɣ
References: For IE cf. alternatively PA *eba(-ku) 'marsh-mallow, hollyhock' (2729)?
Eurasiatic: *ajṭV ~ *amṭV?
Meaning: gift, allotment
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *ait-
Altaic: *i̯ā́t`a ( ~ -t-)
Uralic: *amta-
Dravidian: *Ud- (or: SDR *at-/*and- 'to reach, gain' (133)
References: ND 1641 *[ŋ]amtV 'to give'.
Eurasiatic: *alV
Meaning: hail
Altaic: *ála
Dravidian: *āld_-
Eurasiatic: *aĺV
Meaning: to cross, other side
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *al- ?
Altaic: *ā́ĺa (cf. also *la 'on this side, near' + Turc. *-ĺ?)
Uralic: *luwe 'east ~ south' (? cf. PA *la-); here also *älV 'other side'
Eskimo-Aleut: *alǝʁ-a
References: МССНЯ 372, ОСНЯ 1, 274-275, Ndr 23 *[ʔ]al(Vʔ)E (= *halVʔE?) 'on the other side'). [The SH parallels - basically Cush. *ʔal- 'behind' - are not quite convincing]. [some other pronom. matches see also in NDr 29 *[ʔ]ol̄V 'that (visible)' ].
Eurasiatic: *alV
Meaning: to listen, hear
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ăĺi
Uralic: *älwä
Dravidian: *āl- (Kan.-Tel.) (DEDR 383); *ar_- 'know, understand'; Kui-Kuwi *ēḷ- 'mind, wisdom'
Eskimo-Aleut: *ǝli-(ma-)
References: ND 128 *ʡäḷu 'know'.
Eurasiatic: *alVki
Meaning: sieve, leak
Indo-European: *(ǝ)leg( ́)-
Altaic: *alki
Dravidian: *aḷ- (?)
Eurasiatic: *anTV
Meaning: to join, together
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ā́nta
Dravidian: *aṇ-/*anḍ-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *ŋĭčẹ- 'two' (?)
Eurasiatic: *aŋTV
Meaning: a k. of plant
Indo-European: *andh-
Altaic: *aŋt`à
Uralic: *antV (*ontV) (if not < IIr. *andha(h))
Dravidian: *andug-
Eurasiatic: *aŋVTV
Meaning: duck
Indo-European: *anat-, *nāt-
Altaic: *ăŋatV
Uralic: *aŋV
Dravidian: ? SDR. vantānam 'a k. of heron' (DEDR 5238) (or SDR *anr_Vl- 'a k. of bird', DEDR 331)
References: ND 809 *HaN[g]V(ṭV) 'duck'.
Eurasiatic: *apV
Meaning: to end up, wear out, be destroyed
Altaic: *àpo (cf. also *ebí 410)
Dravidian: *aví-
Eurasiatic: *aṗV
Meaning: father
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *pǝ-tēr
Altaic: *áp`a (also *ép`V 'grandfather)
Uralic: *appe
Kartvelian: (*ṗaṗ-)
Dravidian: *ap-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *'eppĕ- дедушка, старший родственник
References: ND 5 *ʔaba ~ *ʔaṗa (w/o Ur.?)
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