Inuit and Quechua/Aymara comparison

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Inuit and Quechua/Aymara comparison

Postby Tukkumminnguaq » 2009-01-27, 13:49

I noticed Quechua/Aymara some similiar Inuit word and style pronunciation
because Both have been Qa, Qi,Qu (Unlike English or other they pronunciation kw) but Inuit and Quechua/Aymara not pronunciation kw...it just virbates with breathing, like chokes q

Word:
Q/A and Inuit
Juku/Tuku/Huku comparsion Ukpik 'Owl' but Sounds like Tuktu 'Caribou/deer'
cuna / suna/huna 'what?'
chi'xchi 'grey' / qiiq 'grey hair'
puka / aupaluk- 'red/to red'
Uyay 'hear' / Uqaq 'speak'
Mikhuy 'eat' / Mikigaq 'eat raw meat', Miki- 'to chew/gnaw'
inti / siqiniq 'sun'
Atiy 'able' / Ayuq 'unable' Ayunngi 'able'
Imaymana / Tamarmik 'All'
Kutichiy / Kiu- 'answer'
Tapuy / Apiri- 'ask'
Khachuy, K'utuy, Chi'kuy / Qiisik 'bite'
Phukuy / Puvi- 'blow'
Ch'ak 'blue sky' / Qilak 'sky'
Alalaw / Alaappa 'brrr! cold!'
Waqyay 'call' / uqaq- 'speak/tongue'
Apay 'carry' / Amaq 'carry' , (Amaut 'carry baby in the parka hood'
K'awtiy / Kownak (Qaunnaq) 'chew/gum'
Qaqa 'Cliff' / Qaqqaq 'Hill/Mountain/Cliff'
Siki / Isuk 'end'
mana / imannaq 'no'
nuqa / uvaqa 'me/i'
irqi 'child' / irniq 'son'
pana 'sister' / panik 'daugter;
-llataq, otaq / ttauq 'also'
-man / -mun 'to/toward'

Looks same affixes both

Qaqaman / Qaqqamun 'towards the cliff'
Qaqata / Qaqqaqti 'The cliff'
Qaqap / Qaqqaup 'of the cliff'
Qaqarayku / Qaqqarmat 'because of the cliff'
Qaqanku / Qaqqangit 'their cliff'
Qaqapi / Qaqqami 'at the cliff'
Qaqayki / Qaqqakkik 'your cliff'


Aymara/Inuit/Yupik
Jaqi / Yuk (Juk) man in Yupik
uma /imaq 'water'
anu 'dog' / anu 'dog harness'
taruku / tuktu 'deer'
challwa / iqaluk 'fish'
ch'ojña / sungaaq(taq) 'green/greenish'
ñicuta 'hair' / niaquq 'head', nuyaq 'hair', nutchatit 'hair [plural]
kayu 'foot' / itikkak 'two feet' itigaq 'foot'
phucha / panik ;daughter'


interesting?
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