Päivitettyjä permiläisiä etymologioita ja rinnastuksia

  • Niklas Metsäranta

Abstrakti

In this article, new revised etymologies are provided for a selected group of words in the Permic languages. An attempt is made to prove that old, previously proposed cognate sets can be revised and reorganized and that new cognates and loan etymologies can still be found simply by adhering to regularity. The article also explores both synchronic and diachronic derivation as an etymological tool. The Permic words discussed in the article are: 1) Komi ki̮r- ’to dig (up); to wash away, to furrow’, Udmurt ki̮ri̮- ’to unpick, to take apart; to burst, to puncture, to crack (dam)’, 2) Komi kurćći̮-, Udmurt kurtći̮- ’to bite’, 3) Komi pe̮ž- ’to steam, to bake’, Udmurt pi̮ži̮- ’to bake’, 4) Komi-Permyak śe̮vt, śe̮vte̮t ’tether, fetter, shackles’, Udmurt śe̮ltet, śe̮li̮t ’fetter’, 5) Komi vor(j) ’manger, trough’, Udmurt e̮r ’(river) bed’.

Julkaistu
2018-04-25
Viittaaminen
Metsäranta, N. (2018). Päivitettyjä permiläisiä etymologioita ja rinnastuksia. Suomalais-Ugrilaisen Seuran Aikakauskirja, 2017(96), 213–243. Noudettu osoitteesta https://journal.fi/susa/article/view/70228