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Number: 375
Proto: *ku- ~ *ko-
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: who, which, ? what
German meaning: wer, welcher, ? was
Finnish: kuka 'wer, welcher', kumpi (gen. kumman) 'welcher von beiden', kussa 'wo', konsa 'als, da, wenn', koska 'wann, als, da, weil', kuin 'wie, als'
Estonian: kumb (gen. kumma) 'welcher von beiden', kus 'wo, wohin', kõis 'wann', koos 'wann, wenn', kui 'wie, als'
Saam (Lapp): gutti -đ- 'who, which', goab'ba 'which (of two)', gǫst 'where, whence', gǫ 'when, because' (N), kå 'als, wenn, wie', kåbbā 'wer, welcher (von zweien)', kånne 'wo, woher' (L), kū (gen. kon) (T Kld. Not. A) 'wer, welcher', koist (T Kld. Not. A) 'wo, woher', ki̊øiss (T), kuøiss (Kld.), kuøiss, kueiss, kuaiss (Not.), kois (A) 'wann, jemals, wenn, als', koχt (Kld. A) 'wie'
Mordovian: kona (E M) 'welcher', koso (E), kosa (M) 'wo', koda, kida (E), koda, kuda (M) 'wie, wenn, als'
Mari (Cheremis): kǝ̑δǝ̑ (KB), kuδo (U B) 'wer, welcher', kǝ̑štǝ̑ (KB), kušto (U B) 'wo', kǝ̑ce (KB), kuze (U B), kuźe (M) 'wie'
Udmurt (Votyak): ke̮če (S), kǝ̑če (K), kị̑če, ke̮če (G) 'was für ein, wie', kud, kudi̮z (S), kudiz (G) 'welcher', ki̮ti̮n (S), kǝ̑tǝ̑n (K), kị̑tị̑n (G) 'wo', ki̮ǯ́i̮ (S), kiźǝ̇ (K), kị̑źị̑ (G) 'wie', ku (G) 'wann'
Komi (Zyrian): kod (S) 'wer', ke̮d (P), kut, ku.dik (PO) 'welcher', kuče̮m (S), ki̮če̮.m (P) 'welcher', ki̮te̮n, ke̮n (S), ki̮te̮.n (P), køtø.n (PO) 'wo', ki̮ʒ́ (SP), ku̇ʒ́ (PO) 'wie, weil'
Khanty (Ostyak): koji̮ (V), χŏjǝ (DN), χŏj (O) 'wer', kŏti̮ (V), χŏtǝ (DN), χŏti (O) 'was', kot (V), χătan (DN), χătȧ (O) 'wo', kuntǝ (V), χun (DN O) 'wann'
Mansi (Vogul): kan (TJ), χon, χan, χoan (KU), kon (P), χɔ̄ŋka (So.) 'wer', kōn (TJ), χūn (KU), kūn (P), χuń (So.) 'wann', kāt (TJ), χōt (KU), kōt (P), χɔ̄t (So.) 'wo', khọmĺė, khọmėĺ (K), khum, khumĺe (P), χum, χumĺė (N) 'wie'
Hungarian: hol (dial. hól, hon, hun) 'wo', ha 'wenn, als, dial. wann', hogy 'wie; daß'
Nenets (Yurak): χińćerʔ 'wie', χūjumʔ 'welcher von beiden', χūna 'wo' (O)
Enets (Yen): hōke 'welcher', kokohone 'wo', kune (Ch.), kunne (B) 'wann', kuro, kudo 'woher'
Nganasan (Tawgi): kua, kunie 'welcher', kuninu 'wo', kuniʔāŋ, kunijāŋ 'wohin, wie'
Selkup: kut(э) (Ta.), kud, kod (N) 'wer', k͔ai (Ke.) 'wer, was', kuu (Ta.) 'wohin', kun 'wo, woher', kūt (Ty.) 'wer', qaj, qåj (Ty.) 'was', qåj (Tur.) 'was', qåitqo (Tur.) 'warum', kutar (Tur.) 'wie'
Kamass: kāmǝ̑n 'wenn', kadeʔ, kǝ̑daʔ, kådoʔ 'wie', lojǝt 'wie beschaffen'
Addenda: Kar. kudama 'was, welcher'; Koib. куминэ 'сколько'; Mot. кымъ 'wer', кулгу 'какой'
Yukaghir parallels: xadi 'welcher', xon 'where, whither'
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