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Proto-Basque: *harc, *hars-kone
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 bear 2 badger
Araban: {arç} 1
Bizkaian: artz 1, azkonar 2 (Arratia, Orozko, Txorierri) azkunar 2
Gipuzkoan: artz 1, azkonar 2
High Navarrese: artz 1, (Larraun) azkonar 2, (Esteribar) azkon, azkona, aixkona 2, (Lezaka) azkanarro 2
Low Navarrese: hartz 1, (Garazi) azkoin 2, (Aldude) azkon 2
Salazarese: artz 1, azkon 2
Lapurdian: hartz 1, azkona 2, azkuin 2, azkanaro, azkenarro 2
Baztanese: azkon 2
Zuberoan: hartz 1, harzkṹ, hazkṹ 2
Roncalese: artz 1, azkoĩ 2
Comments: Michelena (1961) identifies this word with the Aquitanian name Harsus. The word for 'badger' is a compound of *har̄c + *kone (+ -ar̄ in some dialects). For the second component see *-kone.
Proto-Basque: *barc
Meaning: nit
Bizkaian: bartz
Gipuzkoan: partz, (Andoain) patz
High Navarrese: partz, (Lezaka) bartz
Low Navarrese: phartz
Lapurdian: partz, fartz, (Ainhoa) patz
Baztanese: partz
Zuberoan: bartx
Roncalese: bartx, (Uztárroz) bartz
Comments: Forms with p(h)- (> LAB f-) are secondary, in central dialects, by assimilation or expressive devoicing. Peripheral dialects (BZK, ZBR, RNC) preserve b-. Cf. PEC *bēlǯwi ‘stinging insect’.
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