Comments:ССЕ 278. The Yenisseian words for "blood" and "red" are obviously derived from the same root. Therefore quite strange is the opposition sur "blood" : tura "red" in Arin (with a quite ireegular t- in the adjective Anlaut). The original *sura "red" in this language could have contaminated with some other root, most probably, *tu "raw" (q.v.); or else we are dealing with an old loanword from Pumpokol, where the reflex t- is regular. Werner 2, 219 <*suʎ>.