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Proto-Yenisseian: *wi- / *we-
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: interrogative pronoun
Ket: biśɛ́ŋ / biśáŋ ( < biśa:ŋ3) 'where', bi-śśe 'who' (masc.), bɛ-śa 'who' (fem.), bi-ĺa5,6 'how', bi-ĺɛ́ś / biĺáś '(towards) where', (Кастр.) bilejäm 'which', biĺíl / bińíĺ 'whence'
Yug: biśa:ŋ3 'where', bɛ-tta5, bi-re5,6 / birɛ́j 'how', bi-rɛ́s / birɛ:hs4 '(towards) where', birɨ:r3 'whence'; (Кастр.) biraŋsa 'which'
Kottish: bi-li 'where', bilthuŋ '(towards) where', bilčaŋ 'whence', bi-ĺäŋ 'which', balomāś, *bilomaś, g. bilomāća, pl. balomāćan "which, what for"; bilituiśe "which"; bilipei, *bilipēi "how much"
Pumpokol: bižǵ (Срсл.) "how" [?]
Comments: ССЕ 294. Werner 1, 124, 125 (without reconstruction; Kott. pīl 'far' of course has nothing to do with this root, see *bīr1).
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