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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *pŭt(-s) (~-ɨ̆-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: knee
Chinese: 巿 *pǝt knee-covers.
Tibetan: pus-mo knee.
Burmese: LB: Maru pat-law knee, Phunoi phat tho khaw kneel (Luce 33: Burm. puʔ-ćhać knee).
Kachin: lǝphut2 knee, phut2tiʔ2 kneel.
Lushai: KC *pus.
Lepcha: tŭk-păt the knee
Kiranti: *po[C]
Comments: Mikir keŋ-phu; Thado khu-bu; Kanauri puś-păn; Rawang phaŋ-phit knee, ur-phut elbow, ra-phut shoulder, Trung băk1-pǝt1 knee. Sh. 49, 132; Ben. 16-17.
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