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Eurasiatic: *ńVwV
Meaning: young
Indo-European: *yowen-
Altaic: *ńabĺu(-ǯV)
Comments: See *najlV.
References: Suggested by V. Glumov.
Eurasiatic: *nVzV ( ~ -ʒ-)
Meaning: female
Borean: Borean
Uralic: *nisV
Kartvelian: Georg. nezv- 'female animal'
References: ND 1575 *n̄iz[ʕ]u/ü 'female' (+ Arab.?).
Eurasiatic: *nVʒV ( ~ -ǯ-, -z-, -ž-)
Meaning: sun, summer
Altaic: *nāǯV
Dravidian: *ńēsir-
References: Blazh. LNA, ND 1632a *ńaZirV 'sunshine, heat'.
Eurasiatic: *ŋalmV
Meaning: bug, flea
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ŋalma
Uralic: *nemV - or nume (nome) 1454
Dravidian: *naḶ- (cf. also *nuḷ- 'gnat' - SDr + Gnd. etc.)
References: ND 1640 *ŋVĺV[h]VmP[i] 'gnat, mosquito' (+ Sem.); part. also in 1600 *ńVĺ/ḷV 'insect'.
Eurasiatic: *ŋańV
Meaning: morning, clear sky
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *ai̯-er/n-
Altaic: *ŋăńa
Dravidian: ? *vāṇa 'sky, heaven, rain' (DEDR 5381)
References: ND 1644 *ŋ(Vw)ańV 'sky, cloud' (w/o IE; + Sem.).
Eurasiatic: *ŋāńi
Meaning: to approach, follow
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *nēy-
Altaic: *ŋā̀ńì
Dravidian: *naṇ-
References: ND 1643 *ŋańV 'take so. with oneself, lead'.
Eurasiatic: *ŋera
Meaning: fire, burn
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ŋḕrá
Dravidian: NDR *nar- 'flame' [524]; (?) SDr *ner-p- 'fire' (DEDR 2929); *nēr- sun [NDR *nar- may be = *nēr- 'sun'; SD *ner-p- < *nijur]
Eskimo-Aleut: *ńǝʁiruɣ-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: *eŋer 'star'
Comments: [PA *ni̯ṑri, PD *nijur- - suffixed forms of *nVjV?]
References: ОСНЯ 2, 85-86; МССНЯ 337, 339, 364 (2 roots: *ńurV и *nahrV); in Alt. cf. also *ni̯ṑri; in Drav. - *nijur- 'burn, fire' (69); *nēr- (1017); also *mur- (929)?. ND 1561 *n̄aherV 'day, sun, daylight' (Mong., Turk., Kor. + Sem. *nahar-); 1645 *ŋeh(U)ŕi 'light, fire' (TM, Jap. + wrong Mong. + Drav. *nijur- and incorr. *er-). Cf. also Austric: PAA *tǝŋaj, PAN */-NaR/ 'ray, light, sun'.
Eurasiatic: *ŋēni
Meaning: to enter, go
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ŋḗni
Dravidian: *neŋ-
Eurasiatic: *ŋindV
Meaning: dog
Borean: Borean
Altaic: *ŋĭ̀ndó
Uralic: ?Sam. *wen (Janh. 173)
Dravidian: *ńāj(t)-
Eurasiatic: *ŋiV
Meaning: interrog. or relative pronoun
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *i̯o- 'that, which' (rel.) (should be kept distinct from *i-)
Altaic: *ŋ[i̯V]
Uralic: FV *jo- 'which'
Kartvelian: Laz. na, Megr. ni, na- 'which (rel.)'; Svan. jä- / ja- 'who'
Dravidian: *jā̆- (NDr *nē)
Eskimo-Aleut: *ca-ŋu-
Chukchee-Kamchatkan: Itelm. *'ăŋ-qa 'what'; [Chuk. *ni- 'someone, something' ]
References: ND 1633 *ŋ[U] 'thing, what', 2616 *ya 'who' 2655 *[y]iyo 'which'. The existence of interrog. *jV is in fact quite dubious (despite ND, Altaic certainly has no trace of it, Mong. ja- certainly going back to *ŋia-, and TM forms like Evn. ē̂- - to TM *xia-); IE *i̯o- may well be < *ńo- < *ŋi̯V- (since *i̯- normally < *ń-); the Drav. and Kartv. variation *j- / *n- is also quite suspicious ( < *ŋi̯-?); the only case with *j- is thus FV.
Eurasiatic: *ŋUjcwV
Meaning: thin
Altaic: *ŋṓjču
Uralic: *üćä 'wenig, klein' (FU, UEW 78)
Dravidian: *ūnǯ-
Comments: Cf. similar forms: PA *ńìŋči 1456 (and PE *Naŋit- 'short'?), PFU *wäńć3 'dünn, schmal', *wäćkV id.; PDr *iS- small
References: ND 2596 *X[ü]nCV 'thin, narrow' (+ Eg., ?Cush.).
Eurasiatic: *ŋuńV ?
Meaning: nut
Indo-European: *k(')nou̯-
Altaic: *ńaŋo
Dravidian: *nuŋ-
Eurasiatic: *ŋUpV
Meaning: trap, net
Altaic: *ŋúpu ( ~ -o-)
Uralic: *weptV (*wäptV)
Comments: ? Cf. *HubV (Ural. may have a contamination).
Eurasiatic: *ŋurV
Meaning: young
Altaic: *ŋurV
Dravidian: *mur-
Eurasiatic: *ŋūjV
Meaning: power
Indo-European: *u̯ei-
Altaic: *ŋūja
Uralic: *woje 'be able'
References: МССНЯ 364; ND 2557 *woy(ʔ)ē ~ *wo(ʔ)ye 'power, ability' (w/o Alt.; + Arab.).
Eurasiatic: *ŋūjV
Meaning: sleep
Indo-European: *au- (cf. also *(a)wēy- 'get tired, exhausted' 1378)
Altaic: *ŋū́ju
Uralic: *nOjV
References: ND 65 *[ʔ]u/ü[q]ye compares IE with FU *üye 'night' and some highly dubious SH parallels. In ND 157 *ʡaw[y]V he adds FU *[w]oyV- 'sleep, fall asleep', as well as TM *ā(b) (see under *qawV), as well as SH *waHay- (in afaset see *waḥ- 'put; lie down, sleep'); and in ND 1650 *ŋuhy[a] 'to rest, lie, repose' he compares Alt. *ŋūjV with SH *nVhy- 'rest, sleep'. A horrible confusion with *HumŋV q.v., and perhaps indeed more than one root.
Eurasiatic: *ŋü-
Meaning: three
Altaic: *ŋ[i̯u]
Dravidian: *mū-
Eurasiatic: *ŋǖŋṭe
Meaning: root, origin
Indo-European: ? *weit-
Altaic: *ŋi̯ū̀ŋt`è
Uralic: *ontV
Dravidian: *mūḍ-
Eskimo-Aleut: *unata-
References: AD, ND 813 *HUŋ[d]V (Alt., Ur. + ECush.?).
Eurasiatic: *ŋV
Meaning: 1st person pronoun (exclusive?)
Borean: Borean
Indo-European: *ne-, *nō-, *n-ge-, *n-sme-
Altaic: *ŋa
Kartvelian: *naj
Dravidian: ? *njā- 'I, we'
Eskimo-Aleut: -ŋa
References: ND 1526 *n̄V 'we (excl.)'.
Eurasiatic: *ŋVjV
Meaning: fall, lower
Indo-European: *nei-
Altaic: *ŋi̯aji ( ~-e)
Uralic: *waja
References: ND 2558 *wayHV 'to descend; below' (Ur. + incorr. Alt. + Bj.).
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