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Yenisseian etymology :

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Proto-Yenisseian: *ta(s)-
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: to stand up
Ket: taśeŋ5; (Донн.) hattǝs "to stand up, rise"; (Castr.) fattes "aufstehen", praet. furdetes, imp. fargetes; há-p-ta, há-vi-ta (Werner 1, 302) 'es steht'
Yug: fattes (Кастр.) , praet. furdetes, imp. fargetes; (Werner 2, 243) tásiŋ, t-fáttes; (Werner 1, 302) fā-p-ta 'es steht', praet. fɔ-b-ɨ́r-ta.
Kottish: fatagākŋ, praet. faltajaŋ, imp. falta
Comments: ССЕ 281. The Ket-Kot comparison is acceptable if Ket -s is a suffix; in its favour speaks the common morphological structure (with the preverb *p(a)-): PY *pa-ta(s)-. The Ket-Yug form may represent an old compound of verbal stems: *ta- + *hVs- 'to be stood up'. Werner 2, 243 <*thas->.

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