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Old 07-19-2016, 11:49 PM
 
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Bashkir language is Proto-Nostratic language.

The Bashkirs are the Turkic people and they are living in the Urals.
The Ural Mountains are the oldest in the world. Probably the sacred mountain Iremel is a prototype of the Egyptian pyramids.
Languages of all peoples of the world contain the roots of Bashkir words.
I will try to show such examples.
Modern Bashkir language based only on the south-eastern dialects. North-western dialects have a close connection with the Tatar language. Modern Bashkir language is written in Cyrillic.

Mitochondrial DNA and Y Chromosome Variation Provides Evidence for a Recent Common Ancestry between Native Americans and Indigenous Altaians

http://www.cell.com/ajhg/abstract/S0002-9297(11)00549-0

The name of the Venezuelan President Maduro is derived from the Tuva word «маадыр» (maadyr) [a hero].
The Tuva word «маадыр» (madyr) [a hero] is derived from the Bashkir word «батыр» (Batyr) [(epic) hero; Hercules].

Example of converting letters “б” (b) and “м” [m] in the Bashkir language.

Малан (malan) [viburnum] \ Northern dialect of the Bashkir language and the language of the Tatar-Mishar\.
Балан (balan) [viburnum] \South-eastern dialect of the Bashkir language and Tatar language\.
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:10 PM
 
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The English word "moose" is borrowed from the North American Indians.
This word comes from the Bashkir word "мышы" (mooshoo; old - moosoo) [elk].
In the Tatar language the first sound is changed. Tatar word «поши» (poshi) means an elk.

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The English word "baby", the Marathi word बेबे (bēbē) [a baby] and the Chinese word 寶貝 (bǎobèi) [a baby, my treasure! (about child)] are related.
Estonian word "beebi" [a baby] should be added to this list.
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Old 07-21-2016, 07:20 AM
 
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
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Bashkir language is Proto-Nostratic language.

The Bashkirs are the Turkic people and they are living in the Urals.
The Ural Mountains are the oldest in the world. Probably the sacred mountain Iremel is a prototype of the Egyptian pyramids.
Languages of all peoples of the world contain the roots of Bashkir words.
I will try to show such examples.
Modern Bashkir language based only on the south-eastern dialects. North-western dialects have a close connection with the Tatar language. Modern Bashkir language is written in Cyrillic.

Mitochondrial DNA and Y Chromosome Variation Provides Evidence for a Recent Common Ancestry between Native Americans and Indigenous Altaians

http://www.cell.com/ajhg/abstract/S0002-9297(11)00549-0

The name of the Venezuelan President Maduro is derived from the Tuva word «маадыр» (maadyr) [a hero].
The Tuva word «маадыр» (madyr) [a hero] is derived from the Bashkir word «батыр» (Batyr) [(epic) hero; Hercules].

Example of converting letters “б” (b) and “м” [m] in the Bashkir language.

Малан (malan) [viburnum] \ Northern dialect of the Bashkir language and the language of the Tatar-Mishar\.
Балан (balan) [viburnum] \South-eastern dialect of the Bashkir language and Tatar language\.
What I know about Bashkir language is that it is related to Turkish.
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Old 07-21-2016, 10:55 PM
 
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R. Bouckaert. Mapping the Origins and Expansion of the Indo-European Language Family. Science, 2012.

http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de/pubman/ite...BE%80%E3%80%82

The Scottish Gaelic word "cairdeach" [related; connected by birth, or marriage; friendly], the Azerbaijani word "qardaş" [a brother, friendly address], the Armenian surname Kardashian and the Turkish word "kardeş\ kardaş" [a brother, a sister] are related.

The Aimara (Peru, Bolivia) word "wawa" [a baby], the Quechua word "wawa" [a baby] also are related with the English word "baby".
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Old 07-23-2016, 08:33 AM
 
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The English word "ox", the Icelandic word "uxa" [ox] and the Kyrgyz word "өгүз" (oguz)[ox] are related.

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The name of the Venezuelan President Maduro is derived from the Tuva word «маадыр» (maadyr) [a hero].
The Tuva word «маадыр» (madyr) [a hero] is derived from the Bashkir word «батыр» (Batyr) [(epic) hero; Hercules].
The Latin word "Pater" [father, the founder, the patriarch] and the Bashkir word «батыр» (Batyr) [(epic) hero; Hercules] are related.
The epic poem of the Bashkirs Ural-batyr you can read here

Ural-Batir. Bashkir folk epic
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Old 07-23-2016, 09:17 AM
 
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Now if I were you I'd focus on why anyone should care even for 5 seconds what you're saying.

Start by explaining what is 'Bashkir'.
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Old 07-24-2016, 01:47 AM
 
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Start by explaining what is 'Bashkir'.
The English word "boss" and the name of the nation Bashkir are related.
The first part of the word "башкир" (Bash-kir) has several meaning. 1) a head 2) main 3) a chief…
The English word "boss" comes from the Bashkir word "баш" (bash) [main, chief, leader].
The English language preserved ancient pronunciation at the end of the word.


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The Aimara (Peru, Bolivia) word "wawa" [a baby], the Quechua word "wawa" [a baby] also are related with the English word "baby".
Compare: hausa (africa) 'ya'ya [children], quechua 'wawa' [a baby] and
finnish 'vauva' [a baby].
The modern Latin letter "v" is derived from the Phoenician letter "ү".
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Old 07-24-2016, 10:30 PM
 
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The Scottish Gaelic word "cairdeach" [related; connected by birth, or marriage; friendly], the Azerbaijani word "qardaş" [a brother, friendly address], the Armenian surname Kardashian and the Turkish word "kardeş\ kardaş" [a brother, a sister] are related.
The Hebrew word שאר (shair) [a relative] also is related.

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The Polish word "dureń" [a fool] and the Mongolian word "дүйрэн" (duiren) [stupid, moron] are related.
The Russian word "дурень" (duren) [a fool] comes from the Mongolian word "дүйрэн" (duiren) [stupid, moron].


The Sanskrit word बाल (bāla) [young, a cub] and The Kara-Kalpak word "бала" (bala) [a child] are related.
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Old 07-25-2016, 10:18 PM
 
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I doubt the Vietnamese word for "baby" is genetically related to the same word in various Indo-European languages unless it is a loan word. There is such a thing as coincidence.
For example, Japanese "onna" and Italian "donna" sound very similar and both mean "woman," but they are not related at all.
Japanese word 女(on'na) [woman], Italian word "donna" [woman] and Ukrainian pronoun "вона" (vona) [she] are related.
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Old 07-26-2016, 08:15 AM
 
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Japanese word 女(on'na) [woman], Italian word "donna" [woman] and Ukrainian pronoun "вона" (vona) [she] are related.
I realize you don't listen to a thing anyone else has to say; you are just talking into the wind, but "onna" and "donna" are NOT related. Their similarity is the merest coincidence.

The Italian word donna comes from a contraction of the Latin "domina." This is linked to the word "domus" which means "house."

There is NO connection between Latin "domus" (house) and Japanese "onna" (woman).

I do not know your qualifications, but I have a Master's degree in Linguistics and historical linguistics is something I've spent a great deal of time on. You can not randomly pick a pair of similar-sounding words from around the globe and make a case that they must be related.
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