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Proto-Basque: *ondo
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 side, bottom 2 (part) next to, after 3 part of forehead around eyes 4 forehead (of cattle) 5 frown (of eyebrows)
Bizkaian: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2, betondo 3, 5, (Gernika) adondo 4
Gipuzkoan: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2, betondo 5
High Navarrese: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2
Low Navarrese: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2, bethondo 3
Salazarese: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2
Lapurdian: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2, bethondo 3
Baztanese: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2
Aezkoan: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2
Zuberoan: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2, bethondo 3
Roncalese: ondo 1, ondo, -ondo 2
Comments: It is difficult to separate this word from the homonym *ondo 'joint' (q.v.). Both of these words have been influenced by Romance words such as Span. hondo 'bottom, depth, deep', and some blending has taken place. Cf. also Bsq *ɦonda-r̄ 'sand, dregs', which etymologists have often confused with either or both types of *ondo and Span. hondo. The compounds shown (of which there are many more) involve the elements *begi-t- 'eye' and *a=dar̄ 'horn'.
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