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Number: 119
Proto: *čukkV (*čokkV)
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English meaning: thick
German meaning: dicht, dick
Mari (Cheremis): čakata (KB), čokata (B), ćoka (C) 'dicht, fest, kompakt'
Komi (Zyrian): če̮k 'dicht' (Lu. P) ( > Khanty DN šǝk, O siχ, ?Kr. šoχ 'Dickicht; dichtbelaubt, dicht', S Lu. če̮ki̮d 'dicht, dicht wachsend')
Mansi (Vogul): šaw (TJ), šɔ̄̈w (KU), šāw (P), sāw (So.) 'viel'
Hungarian: sok 'viel, viele'
K. Reshetnikov's notes: Komi čэk > Khan. UD šǝk,(?) Kr. šoχ 'Dickicht, Gehölz; dichtbelaubt', O siχ 'dicht (von Reusen, Netz, Gehölz)'
References: FUV; Budenz MUSz 345; Donn.VglWb. 591; Bár.SzófSz; MSzFrgE; TESz; DEWO 253; Paas.Beitr. 302
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