The following is the list of such terms in Brahui that have cognates
in Peninsular Dravidian, which also does not distinguish between reflexes of *k and *q.
One word of caution: "false" cognates
do exist that could cause problems in the classroom.
tiine) compares Fi tiine and its Finnic cognates
(Kar tiineh, Veps tineh, Est tiine < PFi *tineh) to MariE, MariW tuz 'pregnant (of animals)'.
To the oldest layer of inherited stems belong stems that have cognates
in one or several Samoyed languages: Nenets (Tundra or Forest Nenets), Enets, Nganasan, Selkup, or already vanished Kamass and Mator and which are not loans from Indo-European.
are indicated in every reading, but it would be advantageous to ask learners to identify them to practice cognate
However, in this particular case, whether Nhanda words with cognates
in other Australian languages are the result of direct inheritance or the result of borrowing is irrelevant.
Fi ammottaa gape open has cognates
in southern Finnic: Est ammutama 'gape open; open one's mouth wide'and Liv amtlo'yawn'.
Resources on cognates
between English and other languages are also available.
are words that have a similar meaning and form across languages, often descending from the same ancient language; for example, "cold" is a cognate
of the German word "kalt" since they both descended from Middle English.
from other Aramaic languages, Arabic, Ethiopic.
Ross was able to deduce this because of the words "pensive" and "agitated," which have cognates
Research into English-language materials is, however, not exhaustive: a greater consideration of the medieval evidence might further illuminate the semantic range of OS blao, ON blar (ME bla, blamon), and their cognates
, for instance.