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Proto-Yenisseian: *pɨʔɨĺ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: intestine(s)
Ket: hɨ̄ĺ // hɨ:ĺ, pl. hɨ̄ĺǝŋ1
Yug: fɨ:ĺ, pl. fɨ̄ĺiŋ1 / fɨ:ĺiŋ3
Arin: ṕhorga (М., Сл., Срсл., Кл.) "belly (брюхо)"; aperga (Лоск.) id.
Comments: ССЕ 250. For the development *-ʔ(V)ĺ > Ar. -rg- see also PY *bVʔĺ. Hardly justified is Helimski's (КС 248) idea about the Arin form being borrowed from Selk. pɛrqɨ 'belly'. Werner 1, 349 <*phɨgǝl / *phɨlǝ>. Cf. also Ket hʌ́ĺa 'belly, external side of belly' (Werner 1, 334); Kott. pogal- in pogal-thīn 'navel' (see *tɨr).
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