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Number: 85
Proto: *ćOlkV- ~ *ćElkV-
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: to shine, glitter
German meaning: glänzen, schimmern
Mordovian: ćiĺd́or (moĺe-) 'schimmern, glimmern, glänzen'
Mari (Cheremis): cǝ̑lɣǝ̑ža- (KB), ćǝ̑lɣǝ̑ža- (U) 'glimmern, flimmern', colɣǝ̑ža- (KB), ćolɣǝ̑ža- (U) 'glimmern, glänzen, glühen', colɣǝ (KB) 'Blitz', cǝ̑lɣǝ̑ža- 'funkeln'
Udmurt (Votyak): č́iĺal-, śiĺal-, śijal- (S), č́ilal- (J) 'glänzen'
Komi (Zyrian): ʒ́uljal-, ʒ́uĺĺal- 'schwach glänzen, schimmern'
Khanty (Ostyak): śŭлpĭ- (Kaz.) 'im Dunkeln blinken', śuli- 'glänzen, blinken, funkeln'
Mansi (Vogul): śülɣ- (KU), süll- (P), śulɣ- (So.) 'funkeln'
Hungarian: csillog- 'glänzen, strahlen', ? sajog- 'schmerzen, brennen; dial. glänzen', csillag 'Stern', csillámlik 'schimmern, blinken'
Addenda: Kar. t́š́ilkettö- 'glänzen, schimmern', Lüd. č́iлketta-, č́ilkotta-
K. Reshetnikov's notes: Mar. and Ug. reflect a variant with a velar vowel (*-u-?) as opposed to *c'ilkV- (also Perm.? - cf. Komi ʒ'ul- discussed in PRMET 42). At first sight, Hun. csill- seems to reflect *c'ilkV-, but note the velar vocalism in the suffixes (csill-og, csill-ám).
References: Budenz MUSz. 368; Donn. VglWb. 709; КЭСКЯ; MSzFgrE; TESz; EtSz
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