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Number: 66
Proto: *ćiŋkä (ćüŋkä)
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English meaning: hill
German meaning: Hügel
Estonian: sünk (gen. sünga) 'höherer Rasenhügel'
Saam (Lapp): čodne, čogne (N) 'tuber, gibbus', tjågŋē (L), 'Biegung, Krümmung, Buckel', t́š́uǝŋ͔̄gk͔ (Kld.), t́š́ŭᾰG͔̀ḱ͔E 'Klumpen, Haufen, Bündel'
Mari (Cheremis): šüŋɣä (KB), šŭŋɣa (J) 'Erdhöcker, Haufen'
Khanty (Ostyak): *śoŋk, *śoŋgam (Ahlqv.) 'Berg, Hügel', śuŋk (O) 'Unebenheit, Hügel'
Mansi (Vogul): śɔ̄̈χ-paχ (KU) 'höhere Stelle, Unebenheit (auf dem Wege)', śaŋoko (So.) 'Anhöhe, Hügel, Erdhöcker; Teil; Ding, Gegenstand', śakoǝr (LO) 'Hügel, Abhang od. dgl.'
Hungarian: seg, ség 'Hügel' (?) (in GN: Balag-seg, Seg-hegy, Seges-vár)
K. Reshetnikov's notes: For the reconstruction variants in Ugric see Notes in UGRET 58. Despite UEW, Mar. *šuŋgǝ is likely to have another origin than Mar. Mnt. šüŋɣä (cf. Bereczki 73 vs. Bereczki 71) - see URAET 86, MARET 24.
References: FUV; MSzFgrE; TESz; Stein.Fgr.Vok. 27
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