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Proto-Yenisseian: *ʔapV
Sino-Caucasian etymology: Sino-Caucasian etymology
Meaning: hotness; sweat
Ket: ā; a:ŋ "hot"; a:ŋgǝt3 "to warm up"; (Кастр.) ābataʁan, (КРС) abataʁan "to sweat"
Yug: āp; āfɛ1 "hot(ly)"; afɨŋ5 "hot"; afɨŋet́ "to warm up"; (Кастр.) abbat́aʁan "to sweat"
Kottish: fal, phal "hot, warm"; pala (Бол.) "hotness"; apīkŋ, pl. apīkŋán "sweat"; apīkŋ uganaŋ "to sweat"; Ass. palá (М., Кл.), pfóltu (Сл., Срсл.), paltu (Кл.) "hot"
Arin: pentu (Лоск.) "hotness"
Comments: ССЕ 182. The Pump. (Срсл.) form afam "hot" is in reality Yug. Kottish and Arin display a not quite regular reduction of Anlaut in the derivative *ʔapV-l "warm, hot". Ket, Yug and Kottish reflect a Common Yenisseian compound *ʔapV ʔǝqan- 'to sweat', lit. 'to boil hotness'. Werner 1, 92-93 *aphǝ.

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