Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-26, 17:40

Levike wrote: (hu) rák

cancer

Really? In Ukrainian it's the same.

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-26, 17:41

 (et) kala
fish

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Levike » 2016-02-26, 17:49

Irusia wrote:
Levike wrote: (hu) rák
cancer

Really? In Ukrainian it's the same.

Igen. És erről az állatról kapta a nevét.
Yes. And it was named after this.

 (et) kala

 (hu) cápa

shark
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-26, 17:53

Levike wrote:Yes. And it's also the name for this.

Exactly the same in Ukrainian :)

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-26, 17:55

 (et) hammas
tooth

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-26, 18:05

Levike wrote: (hu) oroszlán
lion

In Crimean Tatar it is "arslan". Is it a loanword?

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Levike » 2016-02-26, 18:35

Irusia wrote:
Levike wrote: (hu) oroszlán (lion)
In Crimean Tatar it is "arslan". Is it a loanword?

Talán eredetileg türk szó és a magyar máris tele van türk szavakkal, figyelembe véve a helyt ahonnan ered.
I think it's originally a Turkic work and Hungarian has a lot of Turkic vocabulary, given its place of birth.

Lásd itt a térképen / Look at this map: https://i.imgur.com/FWNOagj.png :yep:

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 (hu) fájdalom
pain
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby france-eesti » 2016-02-26, 20:23

 (hu) sebesülés

injury
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby h34 » 2016-02-26, 21:15

 (mhr) вӱр
blood

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby france-eesti » 2016-02-26, 21:27

 (hu) vámpír

vampire
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Levike » 2016-02-26, 21:34

 (hu) vérszomjas ( vér = blood, szomjas = thirsty )

bloodthirsty
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby h34 » 2016-02-26, 23:31

 (mhr) йӱаш (йӱ- + infinitive suffix -аш)
to drink

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-27, 6:21

 (et) vesi
water

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby h34 » 2016-02-27, 7:02

 (mhr) ер
lake

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby france-eesti » 2016-02-27, 12:08

 (hu) hegyek

mountain
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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby gothwolf » 2016-02-27, 12:22

 (mns) вортолнут bear

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby h34 » 2016-02-27, 12:49

 (mhr) кугу
big, large

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby Irusia » 2016-02-27, 15:58

 (et) päikene
sun

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby h34 » 2016-02-27, 16:59

 (mhr) кечывалвел
south

кече = sun = day
кечывал = midday, daylight
вел = side, area

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Re: Uralic Languages Word-Association Game

Postby france-eesti » 2016-02-28, 17:25

 (hu) aszály

drought
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