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Old 02-10-2019, 09:20 AM
 
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Korean 주택 (jutaeg) /house, residence, housing/.
Japanese words 住宅 (jūtaku) /residence; housing; residential building/
and 自宅 (jitaku) /one's house/ are cognate to Turkic words.
These words are related to each other. That's because both Japanese and Korean borrowed them from Chinese at a historically late date, around the 5th or 6th century AD. Chinese loanwords have nothing to do with the ancient, native Japanese or Korean languages and certainly do not help establish any kind of relationship between Japanese, Korean, and Turkic.

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Old 02-12-2019, 12:12 AM
 
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Japanese words 住宅 (jūtaku) /residence; housing; residential building/
and 自宅 (jitaku) /one's house/ are cognate to Turkic words.
Kyrgyz жатак (jatak) /lying place, lodging for the night, lair, den, permanent home/.
Kazakh жатақ (jatack) /lying place, lodging for the night, lair, den/.
Turkish yatak /bed, lair, asylum/.
Azerbaijani yataq /bed, rookery/.
All these words are derived from the Bashkir word ятаҡ (yatack) /a place to sleep, lair, den/.

Korean 주택 (jutaeg) /house, residence, housing/.
Scottish Gaelic taigh /a house/.
Irish teach /a house/.
In these words there is no vowel at the beginning of the word.
Khmer ផ្ទះ (phteah) /house, residence, building/.
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Hungarian word fahz (f+ahz) /a wooden house/ derives from Bashkir word ағас (aghas) /a tree/.
This Hungarian word is cognate to Japanese words 木材(mokuzai) /wood/ and
木造 (mokuzō) /wooden/.
Sinhalese ගස (gasa) /a tree/.
Nepali काठ (kāṭha) /a tree/.
Bengali গাছ (gācha) /a tree/.
In these words there is no vowel at the beginning of the word.

Turkish ağa /a tree, wooden/.
Kazakh ағаш (aghash) /a tree, wood/.
Kyrgyz жыгач (jigach) /a tree, wood/.

Arabic خشب (khashab) /wood/.
In these Arabic word also there is no vowel at the beginning of the word.


Japanese 木造住宅 (mokuzō jūtaku) /a wooden house/.
Korean 목조 주택 (mogjo jutaeg) /a wooden house/.
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Old 02-12-2019, 11:14 AM
 
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Hungarian word fahz (f+ahz) /a wooden house/ derives from Bashkir word ағас (aghas) /a tree/.
This Hungarian word is cognate to Japanese words 木材(mokuzai) /wood/ and
木造 (mokuzō) /wooden/.

Japanese 木造住宅 (mokuzō jūtaku) /a wooden house/.
Korean 목조 주택 (mogjo jutaeg) /a wooden house/.
You're still confused about loanwords in Japanese and Korean. These words are of Chinese origin, not Japanese or Korean origin.

Do you read any of the comments here, or the works of actual philologists?
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Old 02-13-2019, 10:48 PM
 
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You're still confused about loanwords in Japanese and Korean. These words are of Chinese origin, not Japanese or Korean origin.

Do you read any of the comments here, or the works of actual philologists?
You haven't written yet that Chinese word.

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Japanese word 女(on'na) [woman], Italian word "donna" [woman] and Ukrainian pronoun "вона" (vona) [she] are related.
Many linguists relate the Japanese and Korean languages to the Altai language family.

Lithuanian word mona /wife/ is cognate to Korean word 아내 (anae) /wife/.
Lithuanian word ygis /hike/ is cognate to English word exit.
Hungarian word kl /a fist/ is cognate to Kyrgyz word жудурук (juduruk) /a fist/.
The Hungarian word is made up of two Kyrgyz words: 1) жудурук (juduruk) /a fist/;
2) кол (kol) /an arm/.
juduruk+kol= uk+kol= ukol /kl/.

Most likely Spanish name Juan /Huang/ is cognate to Chinese word幸福(xngf) /happiness/.
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Kazakh қуаныш (ckuanish) /fun, joy, delight, celebration/.
Uzbek қувонч (ckuvonch) /fun, joy/.
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:15 AM
 
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You haven't written yet that Chinese word.
I'm not going to do all the research for you. You can look up these characters in an etymological dictionary. To start you off, the reconstructed pronunciation of 住宅 is roughly ju - dak .

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Most likely Spanish name Juan /Huang/ is cognate to Chinese word幸福(xngf) /happiness/.
Thanks for the giggle for the day!

Juan is the Spanish form of John, which is originally a Hebrew name with, sorry to say, no connection with the Chinese word for "happiness."

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Old 02-14-2019, 09:51 AM
 
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I find this thread totally bizarre but oddly addictive.

Found it around 2 a.m. when I woke up to go to the bathroom, then couldn't get back to sleep so turned to C-D on my phone. Read the whole thread. I must be nuts ... kind of like at least one other person in this thread!

Have to say I HAVE learned some interesting things about linguistics from some of the posters here!
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Old Yesterday, 08:47 PM
 
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I'm not going to do all the research for you.
Apparently, instead of you.

No need to do the research for me.
Do the research for people.
The Chinese word 住宅 /residence, tenement, dwelling/ is pronounced like zhzhi.


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Juan is the Spanish form of John, which is originally a Hebrew name
This is known to many.
This information is disseminated without taking into account the opinions of the Turkic linguists.

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Hebrew word אח (ah) [brother] is related to the Mongolian word "ах"(ah) [a brother, older brother].
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Quetzal. Etymology.
The last two letters "al" in the name of the bird mean color of the bird.

Bashkir word "ал" (al) means scarlet, pink, rosy.
from wikipedia:
Resplendent quetzals have a green body (showing iridescencefrom green-gold to blue-violet) and red breast.

The first part of the word quetz is cognate to Bashkir word kәүҙә (kәүzә/kauza) bust, body, torso.
Quechua qasqu /chest/.
Korean가슴(kaseum/kasım) /chest/.
Kazakh кеуде (keude) /breast, chest, bust, torso/.
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Old Today, 01:54 PM
 
Location: SE Estonia
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I have not yet understood what the real purpose of this thread is and what the op wants exactly to prove (Bashkir language being the mother of all languages of the world?). But in any case, the good feature of the thread is that you can learn a lot of meanings of words in different languages.
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