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Old 01-29-2017, 01:14 AM
 
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Curd. The part of milk that coagulates when the milk sours or is treated with enzymes. Curd is used to make cheese.

English word "curd" and Irish word grut (curdled milk, cheese) come from the Bashkir word "ҡорот" (ckurut) a specially-prepared cheese.


Azerbaijani qurut - dried beads made of sour milk.
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Old 02-08-2017, 11:09 PM
 
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Turkmen word "салкын" (salkin) means cool.
Kyrgyz "салкын" (salkin) [cold, chill].
Kara-Kalpak "салқын" (salqin) [cold].
Urum "салхын" (salhin) [cool].

And what is the Portuguese word related to them?

Kazakh "салқын" (salqin) [cold, coolness, gelid].
Uzbek "салқин" (salqin) [cool].
Kumyk "салкъын" (salqin) [coolness].
Nogai "салкын" (salkin) [cold].

In modern Turkish, Azerbaijani, and Uyghur languages this word is missing.

Tatar (Mishar + western Bashkir) "салкын" (salkin) cold, frost, severe cold.

Portuguese word 'algente' [ice, cold as ice, icy] comes from the Bashkir word 'hалҡын/салкын" (halcken/salcken) [cold, frost] and it is related with Karachai-Balkarian word "салкъынды" (salckende) [cool]. Portuguese word 'has lost' the first letter.
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Old 02-11-2017, 12:54 PM
 
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Tatar (Mishar + western Bashkir) "салкын" (salkin) cold, frost, severe cold.

Portuguese word 'algente' [ice, cold as ice, icy] comes from the Bashkir word 'hалҡын/салкын" (halcken/salcken) [cold, frost] and it is related with Karachai-Balkarian word "салкъынды" (salckende) [cool]. Portuguese word 'has lost' the first letter.
"Algente" comes from latin "algidus", but sincerely I never heard someone using this word, even the most educated people. It's used - and indeed seldom - in poetry.
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Old 02-19-2017, 09:41 PM
 
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"Algente" comes from latin "algidus"...
No, not like this.
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Old 03-04-2017, 07:46 AM
 
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Swedish word "bl" [punch, homemade wine drink] comes from Bashkir word "бал" (bwal) [honey, mead - an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water].

Azerbaijani "bal" honey.
Kyrgyz "бал" (bal) honey, mead.
Turkish "bal" honey, juice of overripe figs.

Mongolian "бал" (bal) honey.
Kalmyk "бал" (bal) honey.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balsam_(drink)

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What do you think there is a connection between Latin word "algidus" [cold]
and Icelandic word "erlendis"[abroad, overseas]?
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Old 03-04-2017, 02:08 PM
 
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Bl in Swedish comes from the jar it's served from, known in English as a bowl. It doesn't refer to the drink at all.
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Swedish word "bl" [punch, homemade wine drink] comes from Bashkir word "бал" (bwal) [honey, mead - an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water].
The Bashkir word "бал" (bwal) [honey, mead] is the first part of the Swedish word "blskl" - a bowl for punch (wine cocktail).

The Swedish word "skl" means a cup, a bowl.

Icelandic "skl" a bowl, a wineglass, a cup of balance.
Danish "skl" a bowl.
Dutch "schaal" a cup, a bowl, skull, a shell.
English "skale" (3) a cup of balance.

German "Schale" a flat vase.
Norwegian "skl"- a shallow bowl.

These Germanic words are derived from the Finnish word "lusikka" (lusikalla) a spoon.
The Finnish word "lusikalla" is related to the Mongolian word "халбага" (halbaga) a spoon.
They contain the ancient root of the Bashkir word "ҡалаҡ" (ckallack) а spoon.

Mishar "калак" (kalak) а spoon.
Turkish "algı" - а spoon for gathering opium.
Azerbaijani "qalğa" a clay small jug for cooking piti (a soup);
"kala" (1) a cotton boll;
"kala"(2) a glass jar.

The Finnish word "kolpakko" [a beer mug] is related to the Altaic (South Altai language) word "калбак" (kalbak) a spoon.

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Chinese word爸爸 (bba) [father] and Persian word بابا (baba) [father] are related, isn't it?

Georgian word ბაბუა (babua) means grandfather.
It comes from Turkish phrase "byk baba" grandfather, where "baba" father, "byk" eldest, great, big.
However in the Georgian language these words switched places: baba +byk.
And furthermore the phrase was chopped off from both ends : ba/ba +by/k = baby= babua.
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