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Number: 79
Proto: *ćuppa
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: narrow
German meaning: schmal, eng
Finnish: suppa 'schmal, spitz', suppea 'eingeengt, eingeschränkt' ?
Saam (Lapp): čǫp'pe -pp- (N) 'bag-shaped end of a skin rug, for putting the feet in', tjuhppa (L) (?) 'Spitze, Zipfel von kleineren Gegenständen', tjupō (?) 'in die Höhe stehend wie eine Lappenmütze', t́š́uɔ̄p(A) (T), t́š́uɔ̀p̀(A) (Kld.), t́š́uɔp̀pA (Not.) 'Innenteil des Bootes; Sackbeutel; Fußsack der Felldecke' ? [tjuhppa etc. - rather to *ćuppV 'tip']
Udmurt (Votyak): śubed (S), śubeg (MU), śupeg (Uf.) 'schmal, eng, knapp, mager' ?
Komi (Zyrian): śopi̮d 'eng, dicht, zusammengedrängt', śopal- (Ud.), śopkal- (Lu.) 'утрястись, умяться'
Hungarian: szupolya (orrú) (dial.) 'stumpfnasig', szupojkó, szupujkó (dial.) 'plötzlich schmaler werdend; eingeschrumpft, klein, schlank, dünn, mager' ?
K. Reshetnikov's notes: Of course, *s'-!
References: Budenz MUSz. 317; Donn. VglWb. 749; SKES; КЭСКЯ; MSzFgrE; TESz
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