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Basque etymology :

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Proto-Basque: "*hama-" | Query method: Match substring
Proto-Basque: *hama-
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: ten
Bizkaian: amar, ama-
Gipuzkoan: amar, ama-
High Navarrese: amar, ama-
Low Navarrese: hamar, hama-
Lapurdian: hamar, hama-
Zuberoan: hámar, hama-
Roncalese: amar, ama-
Comments: Cf. PEC *χ_ŏmHχ_ɨ ~ *mHŏχ_ɨ 'handful'. 'Ten' < 'hand' is common in the world's languages.

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