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1.6.3 Bone

Note that quite a number of Himalayish languages have borrowed Nepali hāD (hāḍ) ‘bone’ for words for ‘bone’ and ‘rib’. See Turner p. 807, who reconstructs *haḍḍa‑ (Ass. hār; Beng. hāṛ) and notes that the “connection with aṣṭhi very doubtful”.

Etyma in this chapter

tag num_recs chaptertitle chapter sequence protoform protogloss grpid plg grpno notes num_notes num_comparanda status public username
232723Bone1.6.31.0s/m/g-rusBONE2PTB0.1cf. STC#006, HPTB 44, 48, 102, 387, 435, 437, 442, 465, 47721KEEP1stedt
238128Bone1.6.32.0g-r(w/y)a(ŋ/k)BONE / SKELETON2PTB0.121KEEP1stedt
23780Bone1.6.33.0g-ra-tBONE2PTB0.1cf. HPTB p.17321KEEP1stedt
146822Bone1.6.38.0da¹STICK / ELONGATED OBJECT45PL6.1.210KEEP0stedt