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Old 04-11-2018, 11:52 AM
 
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The Norwegian word "døs" /drowsiness, sleepiness/ comes from the Bashkir word "төш" (tøsh) /old "tøs"/ - a sleep, a dream.
Turkish "düş" - a sleep.


The origin of the Ivorian name ‘Yaya’ you can see here
https://youtu.be/8wDZ_TuOjNY
How do you know they don't both come from an early Indo-European root? Those Indo-European nomads really got around, you know. Even Tibetan has quite a bit of vocabulary of Indo-Euro origin. Who are the Bashkirs? Nobody, in the grand scheme of things. A mere blip on the map, and the historical record.
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:56 AM
 
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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.
Now you've really crossed over to the absurd, Radik. "-us" is a suffix in Latin indicating singular masculine nominative case/number/gender. There is no "-sus" root in that word. You need to study real Indo-European linguistics, not just pick someone else's erroneous ideas out of a book, or post your own fantasy etymologies. Study some Latin, and some Tocharian. Then get back to us.
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Old 05-04-2018, 03:20 AM
 
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The Norwegian word "døs" /drowsiness, sleepiness/ comes from the Bashkir word "төш" (tøsh) /old "tøs"/ - a sleep, a dream.
Turkish "düş" - a sleep.
Khakass "тÿс" (tøs) – a dream.

The real origin of the English name 'Alma" you can see here [vimeo]267966653[/vimeo]
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https://vimeo.com/267966653
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Old 05-05-2018, 09:59 PM
 
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Finnish 'vauva' [a baby]
Mari (dialect) "вӓва́й" (vavai) [a babe, a baby]
Estonian "beebi" [a baby]
Hungarian 'baba' [a baby]
I think you're confusing baby from where it comes from.
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Old 05-23-2018, 11:40 PM
 
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I think you're confusing baby from where it comes from.
Finnish word "imeä" /to suck/ comes from Bashkir word "имә" (imæ) /he sucks/.
The pronunciation of both words is the same.

https://youtu.be/NO0e3HizMcE
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Old 06-04-2018, 10:36 PM
 
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Indonesian, Malay word "busuk" [rotten, spoiled (about products)] and French word "vicieux" [with a vice, with a flaw] and English word "vice" and Polish word "uszkodzony" [spoiled] and Norwegian word skjemme [1. to spoil; 2. to disgrace, to shame] and Uzbek word «бузуқ» (buzuq) [dissolute, spoilt, immoral] are cognate.
Other relatives.
Korean 썩은 (sseog-eun) – rotten.
Frizian "beskedige" – spoiled.
Czech "poskvrněný" – stained.
Cheva "wosakaza" – prodigal.
Shona "zvakaora" – rotten.
Karaite "бозукъ" (bozuq) – spoiled.
Nogai "бузык" (buzık) – spoiled.
Karachay-Balkar "бузукъ" (buzuq) – a defect, a malfunction, faulty.

And finally Bashkir "боҙоҡ" (bothock) – spoiled, rotten, defective, faulty, dissolute, depraved.
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