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Proto-Basque: *pać
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: 1 pomace (of apples) 2 pomace (of grapes)
Bizkaian: batz 1, 2, (Mondragon) pats 1
Gipuzkoan: pats 1, 2
High Navarrese: pats 2, (Lezaka, Oyarzun) pats 1, 2
Lapurdian: phats 2, (coast) fats 1, 2
Comments: Pomace is the residue of pressed pulp, skins and pips of apples, grapes or any fruit after pressing (= Sp. orujo, Fr. marc). The BZK form batz is the result of Bizkaian merger of *c and *ć in /c/ = tz (Moutard 1976: 31), and voicing dissimilation (p > b).

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