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Eurasiatic: *nVmV
Meaning: to curse
Indo-European: *neme-
Altaic: *ńi̯áme
Dravidian: *nav- (*-m-)
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *ńVńkV
Meaning: ice, cold
Altaic: *ńi̯oŋe
Uralic: *jäŋe
Dravidian: *nān- [or to *ŋańV?]
Eskimo-Aleut: *nǝŋɫi-, *-ŋl-
References: МССНЯ 346; ND 2638 *yäŋ(g)E 'ice; to freeze' (Ur. + Turk. + incorr. Ko.).
Eurasiatic: *ńVnV
Meaning: female in-law
Indo-European: *i̯enǝ-ter-
Altaic: *néŋu
Uralic: *niŋä
Dravidian: *nānd_-
References: МССНЯ 361, ОСНЯ 2, 81-82; ND 1607 *ńi/eŋHV 'woman'.
Eurasiatic: *ńVNV
Meaning: aquatic bird
Altaic: *ńugńa
Uralic: *ńOnV
Eurasiatic: *nVŋV
Meaning: to curse
Altaic: *ni̯áŋe 'ругать, проклинать'
Dravidian: SDR nuṇ-ai (3108) 'calumny' (DEDR 3703)
Eurasiatic: *nVŋV
Meaning: calm, quiet
Altaic: *ni̯áŋa
Uralic: *ńuŋV
References: ND 1605 *ńuŋV 'rest, slumber, sleep' (Ur. + Sem.).
Eurasiatic: *ńVŋzwV
Meaning: intestines
Indo-European: *(i̯)enst-
Altaic: *nĭm[ǯ]i(-k`V)
Uralic: *ńiŋśe
Dravidian: *nenǯ-
Comments: IE perhaps rather to *jVnčV.
References: Räs. VEWT Ur-Alt
Eurasiatic: *nVṗV
Meaning: to spread; palm
Altaic: *nĕ̀p`é
Kartvelian: *neb-
Eurasiatic: *nVq̇V
Meaning: to push, beat; grind (2 roots?)
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *neuk-, -g-
Altaic: *nĭ̀k`ú
Uralic: *ǹokkV 'peck; beak'
Kartvelian: Georg. naq̇- 'zerstampfen, kleinstoßen, klopfen'
Comments: Cf. also PIE *neik- 'Getreide schwingen'?
References: ND 1547 *ǹUḲV 'to strike, peck, hit' (IE-Ur. + Sem.). Cf. also 1543 *n̄äḲE 'to pursue, wage war' (? IE *neḱ- : dub. Alt. + Berb.?); 1613 *ńiq̇[U] 'grind, crush, rub'.
Eurasiatic: *n(́)VrV
Meaning: рыба
Altaic: *ńiro 'вид большой рыбы'
Dravidian: *ńerv- (or: Naiki-Gondi *nāri 'a k. of fish' DEDR 3654)
Eurasiatic: *nVrV-
Meaning: sinew, cartilage
Altaic: *nìra
Uralic: *ńe̮rkV (*ńōrkV)
Dravidian: *nara-mb-
Eskimo-Aleut: *ńiʁ(u)-lu
References: ND 1623 *ńaX(i)rU(-KE) 'cartilage' ( + Sem.?).
Eurasiatic: *ńVŕV
Meaning: to rub, scratch
Altaic: *ńi̯ăŕe
Uralic: *ńirV
Dravidian: *ńer-
References: ND 1616 *ńiRV 'to rub, scratch' (+ Arab.).
Eurasiatic: *nVrV ?
Meaning: penetrate
Indo-European: *nĕrʌ-
Altaic: ? Ewk. nirū̆ 'small hollow, pit'
Dravidian: *nūṛ-[ug-]
Comments: Perhaps = *ńorV.
References: МССНЯ 357. ND 1564 *n̄uŕV 'to penetrate' (hardly convincingly separated from 1563 *n̄iXRV 'hollow, cave, pit').
Eurasiatic: *nVsV
Meaning: to breathe
Indo-European: *neuks-
Uralic: *nuska; also nistä 'schnauben, schneuzen'
Dravidian: SDr *nēC- 'asthma' + *nēnǯ- 'to breathe'
References: ND 1566 *n̄usV 'to breathe' (? + SH); 1568 *n̄iŝu 'smell, breathe heavily' (+ Sem.). 2 roots?
Eurasiatic: *nVšV
Meaning: blunt, flat
Altaic: *nèse ( ~ -o)
Uralic: *nišV (*nüšV)
Eurasiatic: *nVṭV
Meaning: mucus, sticky matter
Altaic: *ńū̀t`V̀
Uralic: *natta
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *nV(w)HV
Meaning: to stretch, stand
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *nḗ
Uralic: *nOjV (*ńOjV) 'stretch'; Sam. *nu- 'stand'
Dravidian: *ńil- stand, *niv- stretch (perhaps from a root *ńi(w)-?)
Eskimo-Aleut: *ńǝvǝʁ-
Eurasiatic: *ńVwlV
Meaning: to fade, pick out hair
Altaic: *ńŏ̀lo ( ~ -u-)
Uralic: *ńilke (*ńülke)
Dravidian: *nuḷ-
Comments: There is also FU *ńaḷV- 'get spoiled (skin)' (ND 1594) and PA *ńiĺu 'to polish, scrape' (see ND 1594 *ńaGḷV, where this FU is compared with unsecure Drav. (*nal- 'squeeze') and Arab.); so there may be more roots here. [For Drav. *nal- 'squeeze' cf. Ug. *ńolV 'press'].
References: МССНЯ 347, ОСНЯ 2, 91-92. ND 1582 *ńogüḷV (or *ńogUḷ/ĺV) 'tear asunder, pinch, tatter' (Drav.-Ur. + Mong. noɣula-, noɣura-? + SH *nVgVl-?); ND 1593 *ńuʡl̄V 'pluck, pull out, tear out' (with a great confusion of this root and *nVlV; + Arab.).
Eurasiatic: *nVwrV
Meaning: hair
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ni̯ū̀ra(-k`V) ( ~ -ŕ-)
Uralic: (? here *ńǟwa)
Dravidian: *navir
Eskimo-Aleut: *ńuja-, *nuja- (rather to *ŋVjV)
Comments: Cf. *ńä[w(ŋ)]a, *ŋVjV.
Eurasiatic: *nVwV
Meaning: now; new
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *nū; + *neu̯o- 'new' 809
Altaic: *nébì
Uralic: *nikV (*nükV)
Eskimo-Aleut: *nu-ta-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *ni-ŋ- ~ *ŋin- 'now; new' ?
References: ОСНЯ 2, 97; ND 1537 *n̄ü.(E) ~ *n̄üw(E) 'now', 1573 *n̄Ew(y)V 'new', 1541 *n̄ükV 'now'.
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