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Number: 1162
Proto: *wiδV(-mV)
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: marrow, brain
German meaning: Knochenmark, Gehirn
Finnish: yty 'Knochenmark, Kern, Most, Mark', ydin (gen. ytimen), ydyn (gen. ytymen)
Estonian: üti (gen. üdi) 'Mark'
Saam (Lapp): âđâ -đđâm- (N) 'marrow; marrow bone; plumpness', atām (L) 'Mark, Markknochen', at (gen. atti̊me) (T), øδe (gen. ottem) (Kld. Not.) 'Mark'
Mordovian: ud́em (E), ud́ime, ud́eme 'Mark, Kern'
Mari (Cheremis): vim (KB), wem (U B) 'Mark'
Udmurt (Votyak): viji̮m (S), vijǝ̑m (K), vim (G) 'Gehirn, Mark'
Komi (Zyrian): vem (S P), vim (PO)
Khanty (Ostyak): welǝm (V), wetǝm (DN), welǝm (O) 'Mark'
Mansi (Vogul): wälǝm (TJ), wɔ̄̈lǝm (KU), walǝm (P), wālǝm (So.) 'Knochenmark'
Hungarian: velő (acc. velőt, Px3Sg. veleje) 'Mark, Hirn, Kern'
Sammalahti's version: *wü/ödi/ämi
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