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Proto-Basque: *ondo
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 upper arm, humerus 2 nape, back of neck 3 trunk (of tree)
Bizkaian: bes-ondo 1, gar-ondo, garr-ondo 2, (Orozko) lep-ondo 2
Gipuzkoan: bes-ondo 1, gar-ondo, garr-ondo 2, lep-ondo 2
High Navarrese: gar-ondo, garr-ondo 2
Low Navarrese: gar(h)-ondo 2, leph-ondo 2
Salazarese: lep-ondo 2
Lapurdian: bes-ondo 1, gar(h)-ondo 2, lep-ondo 2, (Ainhoa) ondo 3
Zuberoan: bes-óndo 1
Roncalese: gar-ondo 2, lep-ondo 2
Comments: The words cited for meanings 1 and 2 are only some of the anatomical words containing *ondo 'joint'. Meaning 3 (also stem, vine) occurs in compounds like madari-ondo 'pear tree', sagarr-ondo 'apple tree', mahats-ondo 'grapevine'. It is sometimes difficult to distinguish this word from *ondo 'side, bottom' (q.v.) and *ɦonda-r̄ 'sand', and Romance hondo (< Lat. fundum) 'bottom'. These words have probably merged and blended in Bsq to some extent.
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