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Number: 1114
Proto: *wačV ~ *wančV
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English meaning: root
German meaning: Wurzel
Mari (Cheremis): waž (KB), wož (U B) 'Wurzel; Herstammung'
Udmurt (Votyak): vi̮ǯi̮ (S), vǝ̑žǝ̑ (K), vị̑žị̑ (G) 'Wurzel, Unterteil, Stamm'
Komi (Zyrian): vuž (S P PO) 'Wurzel' ( > Khanty uχ wač (Kam.) 'Grenze zwischen Kopf und Hals', wŏš (Kaz.) 'Stammende', wăs (O) 'Wurzelstock', Mansi vos 'Verwandtschaft, Nachkommenschaft')
Nenets (Yurak): wānū (O) 'Wurzel'
Enets (Yen): baddu
Nganasan (Tawgi): bântu, bantu
Selkup: kondšǝ (Ta. B), konddsэ, konddsa (Ke.), konč (Ty.)
Kamass: mona
Janhunen's version: (21) *wanca
Sammalahti's version: *wanca
Addenda: Koib. myma; Taig. mondo
Yukaghir parallels: oʒuu 'Wurzel'
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *wVńc`wV
Meaning: root, vein
Indo-European: *weisn-
Uralic: *wančV
References: Redei 548.
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Indo-European etymology :

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Proto-IE: *weisn- (Gr w-)
Meaning: pipe, vein
Old Indian: veṇú, véṇu- m. `a bamboo, reed, cane; flute, pipe'
Old Greek: ī́s, īnós, pl. ī̂nes `Sehne, Nackensehene; Muskelfaden. Blutfaser (Fibrin), Pflanzenfaser, Blattnerv'; ī́nio-n n. `die Sehnenpartie am Hinterkopf, das Genick, der Nacken'
Latin: vēna f. `Ader, Blutader'
Russ. meaning: трубка; кровеносный сосуд
References: WP I 261 (differently in Pok.)
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