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Austronesian Comparative Dictionary

Proto-form indexes: combined

(click on a *proto-form for its cognate set)

 PAN
1696
 PMP
3651
 PWMP
7267
 PPh
1723
 PCEMP
2917
 PCMP
2130
 PEMP
1723
 PSHWNG
429
 POC
2530
 PPH (3A)
1
combined   
24067

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Sa


*Sa- PAN stative prefix 11383
*Sa₁ PAN ligature 5105
*Sa₂ PAN locative particle 5107
*SabaN PAN cloth used to carry a child on the back 4951
*SabaRat PAN south wind (?) 4953
*Sabij PAN twins of the same sex 4958
*Sabit PAN long cloth wrapped around body and used for carrying 4960
*SadiRi PAN housepost 4964
*Sadu PAN many, much, plenty 4968
*Sajek PAN smell; to smell (transitive) 4976
*Sajek-en PAN to smell 4981
*Sajek-en PMP to smell 4981
*Sajek-en PWMP to smell 4981
*SakuC PAN transport piecemeal; tranport through repeated trips 4988
*Salas PAN forest, wilderness, woods 4993
*Samaq PAN a plant: Lactuca indica Linn., and Sonchus oleraceus Linn. 6630
*SameCi PAN a plant: Solanum nigrum 6818
*Samud PAN a plant, sesame: Sesamum indicum 7191
*Sanaq PAN river otter 6599
*SapaR PAN unroll a mat, spread out a mat 5016
*Sapejiq PAN smarting, stinging pain 5021
*Sapiq PAN flattened 7407
*Sapit PAN press together, press between two surfaces 5023
*SapSap PAN feel, grope 5031
*SapuSap PAN feel, grope 5034
*Sapuy PAN fire 5036
*SaRuŋ PAN snore, groan, etc. 5061
*Sasak PAN ripe; cooked 5064
*Sasaq PAN whet, sharpen 5067
*Sasaq-an PAN whetstone, grindstone 5073
*Sa-Sepat PAN four (of humans) 5179
*SateD PAN accompany, escort; send, return 5077
*SateD-an PAN escort, accompany (imperative) 5086
*Sauni PAN in a little while, momentarily, later 5089
*Sauni PMP in a little while, momentarily, later 5089
*Sauni PWMP in a little while, momentarily, later 5089
*Saw PAN question particle 5100
*Sawak PAN waist, back of the waist 5091
*Sawiki PAN betel nut: nut of Areca catechu 6693
*SawSaw PAN wash, rinse 5098
*SayaN PAN termite 6534

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Se


*SebaN PAN carry a child with a carrying cloth 5124
*SebuC PAN pluck, pull up (as weeds) 5128
*Sekak PAN to crow, to caw 5137
*Seked PAN stop an activity, take a break, rest 7232
*SekuC PAN hunched over, stoop-shouldered 11703
*Sema PAN tongue 5155
*Semay PAN cooked rice 5152
*Semut PAN smothering, suffocating 5157
*Señaw PAN to wash 5227
*Seŋad PAN to breathe 7192
*Seŋaw PAN to breathe (?) 7174
*Sepat PAN four 5161
*Sepi PAN dream 5192
*SeReC PAN to bind tightly; belt 8208
*Sesi PAN flesh, meat 5199
*Setek PAN cut, sever, chop 5201
*Seyaq PAN shyness, embarrassment; shame 5203
*Seyup PAN blowing on (a fire, etc.) 5209
*Seyup-an PAN place of blowing 5213
*Sezam PAN borrow, lend 5219

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Si


*Si-₁ PAN instrumental prefix, marker of the instrumental focus 5333
*Si-₂ PAN originate from, come from 5335
*Si-₃ PAN to wear, put on clothes, etc. 10693
*Sidi PAN Formosan serow, mountain goat 6600
*Sijap PAN broom 7194
*Sika- PAN prefix for ordinal numbers 2836
*Sikad PAN ashamed; shy 7262
*Sika-duSa PAN second 7899
*Si-kaen PAN instrument used for eating 8021
*Sika-lima PAN fifth (ordinal numeral) 7397
*Sikam PAN mat 5250
*Sikan PAN fish 5252
*Sika-pitu PAN seventh 8322
*Sika-puluq PAN tenth 6907
*Sika-Siwa PAN ninth 9168
*Sika-telu PAN third 8434
*Siket PAN tie, bind, attach to by tying 5256
*Si-lahud PAN wind from the sea (?) 7046
*Si-lahud PMP wind from the sea (?) 7046
*Si-lahud PWMP wind from the sea (?) 7046
*SimaR PAN grease, oil, fat 5277
*Simu PAN 2p pronoun: you 5283
*Sin- PAN verb prefix 5291
*Sina PAN a plant: Erechtites spp. 7418
*S<in>ebaN PAN what is carried on the back 5126
*SiNuq PAN beads 5289
*Siñaw PAN to wash 5337
*Siñaw-an PAN place where one washes 5339
*Siŋus PAN sniff, sniffle (as with a runny nose) 5351
*SipaR PAN opposite side (esp. of a river) 5294
*Sipes PAN cockroach 5297
*Sipi PAN dream 5300
*SipuR PAN to count 6696
*SiRup PAN sip, as soup or rice wine from a bowl 5318
*SiSiN PAN omen bird: Alcippe spp. 7127
*Siwa PAN nine 9164
*Siwid PAN slanting, awry 5331

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Su


*Su- PAN take off, remove (+ noun) 10522
*Suab PAN yawn 5359
*Suaji PAN younger sibling 5368
*Suaji-an PAN called or regarded as siblings (?) 5376
*Suaji-an PMP called or regarded as siblings (?) 5376
*Suaji-an PWMP called or regarded as siblings (?) 5376
*Suaji-an PCEMP called or regarded as siblings (?) 5376
*Suaji-an PCMP called or regarded as siblings (?) 5376
*Suaw PAN yawn 6694
*SulaR PAN snake 5386
*Sulem PAN dimness, twilight 5390
*Sulij PAN lie or sleep next to 5395
*SulSul PAN to masturbate 7264
*SuluR PAN lower or let down, as on a rope 5398
*S<um>apaR PAN unroll, spread out a mat 5018
*S<um>apaR PMP unroll, spread out a mat 5018
*S<um>apaR PWMP unroll, spread out a mat 5018
*S<um>apuy PAN (gloss uncertain) 5048
*S<um>ateD PAN accompany, escort 5084
*S<um>eŋad PAN to breathe 7193
*S<um>eReC PAN tighten, fasten firmly 8213
*S<um>eyup PAN to blow 5217
*S<um>uni PAN to chirp, to crow, to sound off (birds) 5418
*Suni PAN chirping of birds; noise, sound 5415
*SuNus PAN withdraw, pull out, extract 5420
*Supiq PAN plant shoot 5411
*SuqSuq PAN drip or drain out 5429
*SuRas PAN wash body parts, cooking or eating utensils (but not clothes) 5434
*SuRay PAN to pass, of time; to pass time idly 12286
*SuReNa PAN snow 6601
*SuRSuR PAN drawstring; to thread a drawstring 5443
*SuRut PAN pull, draw 5446
*SuRut PMP pull, draw 5446
*SuRut PWMP pull, draw 5446
*SuRut-en PAN be pulled or drawn 5447
*SuRut-en PMP be pulled or drawn 5447
*SuRut-en PWMP be pulled or drawn 5447
*SuSuq PAN drip or drain out 5448
*Suyeʔab PAN to yawn 5452
*Suʔu PAN 2sg. agent/possessor 5463

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Austronesian Comparative Dictionary, web edition
Robert Blust and Stephen Trussel
www.trussel2.com/ACD
2010: revision 4/20/2019
email: Blust (content) – Trussel (production)
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