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Protoform: *χ:inḳV
North Caucasian etymology: North Caucasian etymology
Meaning: dumpling (khinkal)
Avar: χ:inḳ
Chadakolob: χenḳ
Akhvakh: χ:ĩḳi
Chamalal: χ:inč̣
Tindi: χ:inḳ́a
Karata: χ:inḳa
Botlikh: χ:inḳi
Bagvalal: χ:inč̣a (Tlis.)
Comments: Av. paradigm B (χ:inḳí-l, χ:inḳá-l, Chad. χinḳí-l, χanḳá-l/χenḳá-l). The Avar word (with the typical Av. plural ending -al) was borrowed by many other Caucasian languages: cf. Gunz. χanḳal, Ag., Tsakh., Kryz. χinḳal, Bud. ħinḳal, Ud. χenq:al, Khin. χɨnḳal, Chech., Ing. χingal, Ad. χǝnč̣́ǝL, Kab. χanč̣aL, Abaz. χǝnḳ́al, Georg. χinḳali. Some Tsezian languages have borrowed also the singular form: Bezht. (Tlad.) χinḳ ( < Av.), Inkh. χinḳe ( < Tind.). Darg. (Ak. χinḳi etc.) and Lak. (χ:unḳ) forms are also probably borrowed from Avar (or Lezghian) sources.
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