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Number: 647
Proto: *ńorV
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: swamp
German meaning: Sumpf
Finnish: noro 'sumpfiges Tal; Bächlein' ( < noru- 'rinnen, fließen' ?)
Estonian: nõru, nõrg (gen. nõru) 'Wasserabfluß, kleiner schwach fließender Bach') ?
Udmurt (Votyak): ńur (S), ńu̇r, ńur (K) 'feucht, naß, Feuchtigkeit (K); Sumpf, Morast (S)'
Komi (Zyrian): ńur (S P PO) 'Sumpf; Moor'
Mansi (Vogul): ńēr (TJ P), ńār (KU So.) 'Sumpf'
Hungarian: nyirok 'Feuchtigkeit; Lymphe; (dial.) feuchte Erde, glitschige, klebrige Erde'; ? nyár-fa 'Pappel', dial. nyáras, nyárjas, nyáros 'Pappelwald'; ?? nyár 'Sommer'
Nenets (Yurak): ńurka (O) 'Espe', ńurki ṕā (Lj.) 'Edeltanne' ??
Selkup: njăr (Ke.), ńār (TaM Ty.) 'Tundra, Sumpf' ??
Sammalahti's version: FU *n'i6ri (nur Teil)
Yukaghir parallels: ńor 'Sumpf, Morast'
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