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Number: 60
Proto: *će ~ *ći
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: this, that
German meaning: dieser, der, jener
Finnish: se 'es, der (die, das) dort, jener, -e, -es', dial. semä id., siihen 'dorthin, dahin', siinä 'darin, da, dort'
Estonian: see, se 'dieser, derjenige'
Mordovian: śe (E), śä- (M) 'jener; dieser da; der, derjenige', śej 'hierher', śija (E), śijä (M) 'dort'
Mari (Cheremis): seδǝ (KB), seδe (B) 'dieser, jener'
Khanty (Ostyak): t́i (V), śi (O) 'der dort', t́it (V), śĭt (Ni) 'dieser', t́eɣǝlä '(irgendwo) dorthin', t́inäm (V) 'da', śitȧ (O) 'dort'
Enets (Yen): sed́eo 'der, jener'
Nganasan (Tawgi): sete 'er'
Kamass: šē̮ 'der dort', šē̮bǝ̑r 'dorthin', šē̮ʔǝ̑n 'dort'
K. Reshetnikov's notes: The same problem as in URAET 56: š- (< *k-?) in Kms.!
References: FUV; Budenz MUSz 805; SKES; Coll.IUrSprg. 57
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