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Old 10-03-2017, 11:59 PM
 
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Dense - having relatively high density.
[Middle English, from Latin dēnsus.]

The fisrt past of Latin word "dēnsus" [dense] is derived from Bashkir word тән (tan) а body.
The Latin word is more close to the Turkish.
Azerbaijani "tәn" [a body], "bədən" physique, a body.
Turkish "ten" [a body], "beden" a torso, a body.
The second part of this word [sus] is derived from Bashkir word "шеш" (shesh) - a tumor, a swelling, an abscess.
Azerbaijani "şiş" a tumor, a swelling, a bump.
Turkish "şiş" a tumor, a swelling.
Tatar "шеш" (shesh) - a tumor, a swelling, an abscess, a bump.
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Old 10-04-2017, 12:13 AM
 
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Turkish word 'baba' [father] also is related to Zulu word 'baba' [father, dad; mister, sir] and Swahili word 'baba' [father, (paternal) uncle; ancestor, forebear; patron, protector].
The words for papa/baba and mama are found around the world, because they're the easiest for a baby to say. It doesn't mean that Bashkir influenced the Bantu languages.
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Old 10-30-2017, 11:34 PM
 
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To this list I have added Sioux, Azerbaijani and Mari words.

Aimara (Peru, Bolivia) "wawa" [a baby]
Quechua word "wawa" [a baby]
Sioux (Lakota) be' bela [a baby, a child]

Finnish 'vauva' [a baby]
Mari (dialect) "вӓва́й" (vavai) [a babe, a baby]
Estonian "beebi" [a baby]
Hungarian 'baba' [a baby]

Hausa (africa) 'ya'ya [children]

English "babe" [a baby, an infant] and "babbie"[a baby]
English, French, Danish, German, Norwegian, Swedish 'baby' [a baby]
Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Galician 'bebe' [ a baby, a child]

Gujarati બેબ (bēba) [a baby]
Marathi बेबे (bēbē) [a baby]
Hindi बेबी (bēbī) [a baby]

Korean 베이비 (beibi) [a child]
Chinese 寶貝 (bǎobi) [a baby, my treasure! (about child)]
Vietnamese "em b" [a baby]
Thai word เบ๊บ (Bb) [a baby, a child]

Welsh "babi" [a baby, a moppet]
Irish "baba" [a baby, a small child]

Indonesian "bayi" [an infant]
Javanese "bayi" [an infant]

Turkish "bebe" [a baby, an infant]
Azerbaijani "pәpә" [very small, a babe], "pәpәүeүәn" [a baby, a small child]
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Old 12-05-2017, 09:59 PM
 
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Finnish word "ime" [to suck] - it is nothing like Bashkir word "имә"
(imea or ema) [he sucks]. And what's interesting is, without changes in pronunciation. The Bashkir letter and sound "ә" corresponds English letter "a" in word "cat".
Finnish word "imu" [sucking] derives from Bashkir word имеү (imeү) [to suck, sucking].
The Bashkir letter and sound "ү" corresponds French name Camus at the end of a word. Also letter [u] in word "cur" a priest.
Tatar имү (imү) - to suck, sucking.
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Old 01-25-2018, 02:51 AM
 
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Cherokee word "aholi" /mouth / is related to English word "howl" [a long wailing cry].
Origin of the English name of the 'Alma" you can see here
https://youtu.be/pK_PKbaoIvk
(In order to view other videos of my channel, you need to right-click on the icon.)
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Old 02-19-2018, 05:35 AM
 
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Old 02-19-2018, 06:46 AM
 
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Bashkir language is Proto-Nostratic language.
Bashkir language is not Proto-Nostratic language, because all languages change.
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Old 02-19-2018, 07:04 AM
 
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The Russian word "дурень" (duren) [a fool] comes from the Mongolian word "дүйрэн" (duiren) [stupid, moron].
Google knows Chinese word "duiren" - "for people". Where do you found Mongolian word?
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Old 03-06-2018, 03:01 AM
 
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Ask your Greek acquaintances to explain the origin of the English name Emmett.
The answer is here https://youtu.be/irOGfTC4Ooc
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:38 AM
 
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The Norwegian word "ds" /drowsiness, sleepiness/ comes from the Bashkir word "төш" (tsh) /old "ts"/ - a sleep, a dream.
Turkish "dş" - a sleep.


The origin of the Ivorian name Yaya you can see here
https://youtu.be/8wDZ_TuOjNY
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