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Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [>Turkic] Languag

PostAuthor: Emanoelkurdistani » Wed Feb 21, 2007 8:28 am

Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [further Turkic] Languages

Pronominal roots : Indo-European : Uralic : Turkish
first person : -m : -m : -m
second person : -t, -i : -t : -iy, -in
third person : -i : -i, -k : -i

Indo-European : Uralic : Turkish : English
ki : ken : kim : who
kmtom [Kurdish, Persian "sed", Avestan setim] : sata : yüz : hundred
[Proto-Germanic] kuningaz : kuningas : kral [from Slavic "kraly"] : king
[Proto I-E] woter : weti : su [from Chinese "shu", Japanese varieties "sho"] : water
[Proto I-E] nomen : nimi : ad : name
me : mina : ben [Azeri "men"] : I, me
tu : tun : sen : thou
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Re: Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [>Turkic] Languag

PostAuthor: Alparslan » Sun Jun 24, 2007 3:47 pm

[Proto I-E] woter : weti : su [from Chinese "shu", Japanese varieties "sho"] : water


No, ,t's wrong knowledge, İn Türkish 'Su' Türkic word not Chinese, in Chinese 'Shui' i in old Türkish 'Sub' - 'Suv' -'Su' (today) and orher Türkic languages, Azeri su, Kazak su, Kyrgyz su, Altay suu, Tuva sug, Hakas Su, etc... And in Japanese not 'sho' in Japanese 'Mizu' : water, and Japanese is Altay origin language, Mongolian Altaic language too, in Mongol language 'Us' in Türkish 'Su' , in Tungus language 'Usu' , in Manchuria language 'Uzu' and Japanese 'Mizu' all of them Altaic word, Türkish and Mongolian lik Kürdish and Persian, or French-Spanish, English-German etc...

first person : -m : -m : -m
it is wrong too,

-m is old Turkish appendix, and 'men' :i ; For example : Menim (Azeri, Kazak, Kyrgyz, Alta, etc.) Türkish Benim means : my.And ohters Altaic too.
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Re: Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [>Turkic] Languag

PostAuthor: safrina » Tue Jul 22, 2008 5:35 am

Hi folks, I'm 19 years old. I want to be specializing at university, but before I do I got to get the cash to be able to get there. I don’t have good credit. I am from a middle class family and my parents also unable to afford my expenses. Does the student loan cover living expenses? How does one go about getting a student loan? And does it matter if my parents are poor?

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Re: Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [>Turkic] Languag

PostAuthor: kurdangel » Tue Jul 22, 2008 3:31 pm

student loan covers everything.. you have to pay back after you finish uni though ;)
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Re: Some Indo-European Loan Words In Uralic [>Turkic] Languag

PostAuthor: Johny Bravo » Fri Oct 31, 2008 5:55 pm

We can see a t > s and d > z shift in Turkish, as in many other langauages like Iranian intern, Old Iranian: zamater (bride-groom) > Old persian "damater" etc.

Or as in English: water > german: wasser

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