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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *sĭj(H) (? / ś-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: die
Chinese: *sijʔ die, death.
Tibetan: śi, ãćhi to die, gśin a dead man.
Burmese: sij to die, LB *śij.
Kachin: si1 to die, expire.
Lushai: thi (thiʔ) to die, be dead, KC *thi.
Kiranti: *si
Comments: PG *śi; BG: Dimasa thi, Garo si-; Bodo tǝy; Kanauri śī-; Rgyarung -śis; Moshang ti, Namsangia ri; Rawang śi, Trung či2; Miri śi; Magari śi. Simon 19; Sh. 52, 124, 436; Ben. 55; Mat. 168.
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