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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: "ka{>}{n|}" | Query method: Match substring
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Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: fry, roast
Burmese: kaŋ to broil, roast, toast.
Kachin: kaŋ2 be hot, be dry, as paddy, gǝkaŋ1 roast, toast, bake.
Lushai: kaŋ (kan) to fry, kaŋ evaporate, dry up; be exposed to the sun (cf. also kāŋ burn).
Kiranti: *kaŋ
Comments: Rawang dǝgaŋ toast; Ao Naga *koŋ 'dry'. Ben 71-2; Mat. 162.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ / *kăk (r-)
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: leg, foot
Chinese: *kak leg, foot.
Tibetan: rkaŋ foot, leg; marrow.
Burmese: kraŋ-chi marrow.
Kachin: (H) khraŋ a limb.
Lushai: KC: Thado, Mikir keŋ leg, foot.
Lepcha: kăŋ, kóŋ foot
Comments: PG *kaŋ leg; Garo dźa-rikiŋ shin. Simon 16; Ben. 70; Luce 61. Some of the forms reflect the influence of *(r)ghlēŋ marrow (q. v.). Cf. also *(k)rāŋ bone: the three roots are no doubt different, but often confused.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ
Meaning: fall, prostrate
Chinese: *kaŋ, *gaŋ prostrate, fall.
Lushai: khaŋ (khan) to place anything long in a horizontal position.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋ ( ~ g-)
Meaning: boundary
Chinese: *kaŋ boundary.
Burmese: kaŋh be parted from.
Comments: Luce 70.
Proto-Sino-Tibetan: *kăŋH (~g-, G-)
Meaning: tie, string
Chinese: *kaŋʔ string, cord, 襁 *kaŋʔ bands by which infants are wrapped and carried on the back.
Kachin: khaŋ2 to wind, bandage, lash.
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