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Number: 336
Proto: *kojra (Red.: koj(e)-ra)
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: male
German meaning: Männchen
Finnish: koira 'Hund' ( > Saam. N goairre), koiras (gen. koiraksen) 'Männchen'
Estonian: koer (gen. koera) 'Hund'
Komi (Zyrian): ki̮r (I) 'männlicher Hund', ki̮r-pon (S P), kør (PO)
Khanty (Ostyak): kar (V), χor (DN), χar (O) 'Rentierochs; Hengst; Männchen'
Mansi (Vogul): kɛ̮̄r (TJ), χār (KU So.), kē̮r (P)
Hungarian: here (acc. herét) 'Drohne; Müßiggänger, Schmarotzer; Hode; Klee', herél- 'kastrieren'
Nenets (Yurak): χora (O) 'Männchen, wilder Rentierbulle; Hengst, Widder; Fischmilch; (OP auch) Geschlechtsorgan des Mannes und des männlichen Tieres' ( > Komi ke̮r 'Rentier', kora 'Rentierstier')
Enets (Yen): k͔or (Ta.), kor-sîr 'Stier, Hengst', qōr (Tur.) 'Rentiermännchen', qori̮ qup 'Mann', qor (Ty.) 'Männchen'
Kamass: kora 'Ochs, Männchen'
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