Indo-European Table 1, Etruscan Phrases, with Indo-European cognates


04.29.2022 Etruscan Phrases Etruscan etymological relationships to other Indo-European languages;




Etruscan_Phrases

Indo-European Table 1, Part 3



 
by Mel Copeland

(from a work published in 1981)

This table has Indo-European, Hurrian, Georgian (Kartlevian), Latvian (Baltic), Finnish (Uralic), Akkadian selections. We have colored words that may be related among the various languages/families. The coloring provides an unusual view of the mix of the cited languages.










Table 1, Section 1A.1: Indo-European words as they relate to Etruscan. Notes: *Armenian W = West Armenian; E = East Armenian.

Sanskrit

Avestan, Persian, Georgian, Hurrian, Akkadian


Slavic, Baltic, Romanian,
Finnish-Uralic

Greek, Albanian, Armenian, Basque

Latin

other

English

Etruscan
āsīdidantamo, bhūtam, confusion, disorder

 

ub, آشوب chaos, anarchy, trouble, revolt (Persian)

ქაოსი,
kaosi, chaos (Georgian)

āru, vanity,
nothingness, lies, falsehoods, flatus, emptiness, emanation, breath, air, cardinal point, wind, nen, confused, disturbed, dulḫānu, e, itu, confusion, aītu, confusion, battle, blurring of vision(Akkadian)
хаос, chaos, chaos (Belarusian)
haos, chaos (Croatian)

Chaos, Chaos (Polish)
haoss, chaos (Latvian)
haos, chaos (Romanian)
kaaos, chaos (Finnish-Uralic)

χάος, chos, Chaos (Greek)
քաոս,
kaos, chaos (Armenian)
kaos, chaos (Albanian)

kaosa, chaos (Basque)

Chaos, chaos
anord, chaos (Irish)
chaos, chaos (Scott)
anhrefn, chaos (Welsh)
caos, chaos (Italian)
chaos, chaos (French)


અંધાધૂંધી, Andhādhūndhī, chaos (Gujarati)

karışıklık, confusion, mess, chaos, kaos, chaos, pie (Turkish)
былық,
bılıq, chaos, fish,
хаос, xaos, chaos (Kazakh)

tartibsizlik, chaos, confusion, disorder (Uzbek)
бетартибӣ,
ʙetartiʙī, chaos, disturbance, turmoil (Tajik)

башаламандык, başalamandık, chaos (Kyrgyz)
замбараагүйдэл,

zambaraagidel, chaos (Mongolian)

混 亂, Hǔnlun, chaos (Traditional Chinese)


sanabili, void, emptiness, UL kuitki, nothing, dannatta-, empty, desert (Hittite)
the empty void, Chaos [<Gk. khaos, unformed matter],

3-1
CEOS (CEVS), Script Z657

CHYUS (↓YFS), J17-1
x x x x Caius (Gaius) x Caius (Gaius), common Roman name
3-2
CHAES, (AES) Script J38-6

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v

x

x

x

x

Chaina, place name, Chiana Valley
3-3
CHAINA (↓AINA), Script AB-6;
CHIANE (IANE) TC190

x x x Χαλκάς, Chalks Χαλκάς x Calchas, seer who prophesied for Agamemnon against Troy
3-4
CHALCHAS (ALKAS), Script CH-1
x x x x x x Chaneri, name
3-5
CHANERI (↓ANERI) Script BS-17, VP14
x x x Χάαρον, Charon Charon-ontis x Charon, ferryman of Hades
3-6
CHARON (↓ARVN), Script, BC-1, VA-2
x x x x x x Chasun, name
3-7
CHASUN (↓ASFN) Script J35-9
kas, who, ya-, who, which, what, whatever, that

ci
- who? what? which? anyone, someone, whoever, whatever, kem, whom,
ka, kahe, who, kva, where, which, how, cm, who? what? which? (indef. pron.) anyone, someone, whoever, whatever,  a[-] (rel. pron.) who, which, at [ya] who, which, that, (conj.) when; as
atha [-] (conj.) as; when; that; than; atha ... atha, either - or ... athaca (conj.)

asha [ata], ash-> this, that (Avestan)


ky کی,who,

če, چه what, ke, که as, which, who, whom, what, what, that, kudom, کدام which, un, اون that, that thing (Persian)



ვინ, vin, who, რომელიც, romelits, which, რა, ra, what, რომ, rom, that,  (Georgian)



au-nni, what, anv-, man-, man-e, -lla, -l, -ne, -nna, -n, that, īa/e-, ije-, ija- inna-, innu- what, andi, andu- annam, annami, this,  abe-, ave-, afe-, who (Hurrian)





mija, minu, who?, aj, j, ajītu, who, which, what,  jau, which, a, that, which, that of, of, (Akkadian)



vхто, chto, who, які, jaki, which, што, to, that, what (Belarusian)
chto,  who; cyj, pron. whose; to, pron., what, heta, pron., it,
that; hety, pron. = toj, this, that (Belarus)

tko, who, koji, which, da, that, to, what (Croatian)

kto, who, ktry, which (Polish)
kur, who, kas, which, what, ka, that (Latvian)

care
, who, which, ce, what
, that, which, acea, that, CEŞTI, this, these, ci, but, or (Romanian)
kuka, who, mit, what, joka, which, ett, that



ο οποίος,  o opoos, who, which, ποιόν, opoion, whom, what, ποιός, pois, pron., who, what, which,  τι, ti, pron., what, ότι, ti, that (Greek)
ով, ov, who, ինչ,
inch, what, որը, vory, which, որ, vor, that (Armenian)
cilit,
cilin, k, kujt, whom, kush, who,  i cili,  q, that, which, cilin, whom; cfar, what, prvec se, except that (Albanian)

nor, pron., who, bertan, zain, which, zer, what, hura, that (Basque)



quis, who? what, which? anyone, anybody, anything, how much, how many, quid, qui, quae, quod, who; qui, which, what, in what manner? how?, qua, by which way, where, whereby, as far as, some, quo, where? to what place? in order that; because, whereby, quae, quod, the fact that, whereas, because, why, on which account, since, as far as, and, but now...
qui, quae or quod, rel. pron. that,


hic, haec, hoc, this, these
a, who, which, cad, what, sin, that (Irish)
c, who, d, which, what, sin, that (Scott)
pwy, who, sydd, which, hynny, that, beth, what (Welsh)
chi, who, quale, which, che cosa, what, quella, that,
questo, this (Italian)
qui, who, some, lequel, which, quelle, what, cette, that (French)


કોણ,
Kōṇa, who, જે, Jē, adj., which, that, કયું, Kayuṁ, pron, which, what (Gujarati)

DS, who, kimi, pron., who, some, whom, ne, what, hangi, which, what, o, ki, conj., pron., that, which (Turkish)
kim, who, қай, qay,
қайсы, qaysı, adj., pron., which, сол, sol, that, left (Kazakh)
кӣ,
, pron., who, conj., that, чӣ, , what, он, on, pron., that, he (Tajik)
ким, kim, whom, кайсы, kaysı, which, эмне, emne, what, деп, dep, that (Kyrgyz)

хэн, khen, who, юу вэ, yuu ve, what, хэн нө, khen n, adj., pron., which, тэр, ter, pron. that, it, he, тийм хол, tiim khol, adj., that (Mongolian)
孰,
Sh, pron., who, what, 哪一個, Nǎ yīg, pron., which, 何, H, adj., which, what, 那, N, pron., that, 那個, Ng, that one, 該, Gāi, conj., that (Traditional Chinese)
 
kus (pron.inter.)  [B kuse], who, what,
kus-ne who, which, (pron.rel.)  (Tocharian)

kui, who, what (Palaic)
ki, who, what (Lydian)
ti,
ti+k, who, which (Lycian)