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Number: 333
Proto: *koje
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: morning dawn
German meaning: Morgenröte
Finnish: koi 'Morgendämmerung', koitta- 'grauen, dämmern', koite, koitto 'Tagesanbruch'
Estonian: koi-valge 'Abendröte', koit (gen. koitu) 'id.; Morgenröte', koita- 'dämmern'
Komi (Zyrian): ki̮a (S) 'Röte am Himmel'
Khanty (Ostyak): kuńǝl (V), χuńt́ (DN), χuńǝĺ (O) 'Röte am Himmel', χuśl̥ (Syn.), kotǝl (V), χăt (DN), χătǝl (O) 'Tag, Sonne'
Mansi (Vogul): khọj (T), khuj (LM), χuj (N) 'Morgenröte', katǝ.l (TJ), χotǝl (KU), kotǝl (P) 'Tag'
Hungarian: hajnal 'Tagesanbruch, Morgenroth'
Nenets (Yurak): χājerʔ (O) 'Sonne; klar (wetter)'
Enets (Yen): kāja (Ch.) 'Sonne'
Nganasan (Tawgi): kou
Selkup: kuetj (Ta.), kyetj (NP) 'Hitze', k͔uetje (OO)
Kamass: kuja 'Sonne'
Sammalahti's version: FU *koji (Sam > *kaja, vgl. UEW 642)
Addenda: Koib. куя; Mot. кае, кайя; Taig. хая
Yukaghir parallels: χoi 'Gott' [Warum "> juk."?]
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