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Proto-Basque: *si[l]i
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 peg, wedge, pin (wooden) 2 stake, post, picket (used in making the stack of wood for charcoal) 3 thin pole planted in the ground as an axis for a pile of wheat 4 thin pole in the ground as a marker 5 large pole for moving the stone in a limekiln
Bizkaian: ziri 1, zill-aga 2
Gipuzkoan: ziri 1, (Andoain) ziri 4
High Navarrese: ziri 1
Low Navarrese: ziri 1
Lapurdian: ziri 1, (Ainhoa) zirikaga 5
Baztanese: ziri 3
Zuberoan: ziri 1
Roncalese: ziri 1
Comments: The second segment of BZK zillaga and LAB zirikaga seems to be *haga 'pole, rod' (q.v.).

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