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Number: 115
Proto: *čoka
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: shallow; to become shallow, dry
German meaning: niedrig, seicht; seicht werden, trocken werden
Saam (Lapp): coakke -g- (N) 'low water (in river or sea)', tsā̊hkē (L) 'seicht (von einem See)', ci̊økke (T), cuøikk (Kld.) 'untief, niedrig (vom Wasser)', coakko- -g- (N) 'fall (e.g. level of water), sink, decrease', tsā̊hkō- (L) 'niedrigeren Wasserstand bekommen, sinken, fallen', coakka- (K) 'fallen (vom Wasser)' ( > Finn. dial. sokku- 'abfallen, sich senken') ?
Selkup: čeka-, têka- (Ta.), cakka- (Ke.), čaga- (N) 'austrocknen', tē̮kki̮- (Tur.) 'trocken werden'
K. Reshetnikov's notes: Still compare Hun. sekély 'seicht, untief' (despite its rejection in UEW 61).
Yukaghir parallels: čoɣu 'seicht', čogunn'e- 'be shallow (of a river)'
References: FUV; SKES; Collinder CompGr. 52; Paas.Beitr. 55-56; Angere J. Die uralo-jukagirische Frage..., 1956: 128
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