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Meaning Spanish
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Language Orthographic Form Phonemicized Form Gloss as in Source Etymology Code Proto-Form Proto-Language Loan Source Wanderwort Status Etyma Set Etymology Notes Word Structure Word Structure Notes General Notes Source
Cahuilla čut to burn, to cremate unique looks vaguely like Lu, Gab tui words simplex root Seiler & Hioki 1979, Seiler 1970:55(212)
Cupeño $e$xa to cremate loan Luiseno Stubbs 2011 525, from Takic *soka reduplicated Hill & Nolasquez 1973
Luiseño chuyi to light fire, cremate, burn, set fire, fire pottery unknown looks a bit like the Gab. Too-e word; Harrington has taaxan for 'cremate' instead of 'bury' simplex root Elliott 1999
Gabrielino too-e- vere:k?? H 670 cremate unknown looks like Lu. Chuyi, Ca. chut simplex root Merriam 49:145
Serrano mah-ho'-nā'm tahCH'-tum cremation (plural JHH) unique phrase Merriam 48:191
Kitanemuk ah-ho'-ye cremation unknown maybe from *soka??? other complex Merriam 48:31
Tübatulabal missing missing
Bankalachi Toloim missing missing
Kawaiisu missing missing
Chemehuevi missing missing
Southern Paiute missing missing
Southern Ute missing missing
Tümpisa Shoshone kottoo make a fire, start a fire, set on fire, cremate inheritance *kut-ta Northern Uto-Aztecan Stubbs 2011 883 simplex etymologically < 'fire-make' Dayley 1989
Big Smokey Valley Shoshone missing missing
Comanche kuhkupary kill with heat, cremate, burn to death accidentally (sg ob) unique kuhtokwe pl obj compound fire-? R
Western Mono nav'-ve-tăt-t cremation "my great-grandmother was burned" unique derived na-pitta?? Fire-X?? Merriam 45:319
Northern Paiute ddookoo tuni cremate unique phrase Yerington 1987
Southern Sierra Miwok hujpu- to cremate unique simplex st.1 Broadbent 1964
Central Sierra Miwok missing missing
Northern Sierra Miwok missing missing
Plains Miwok wë:kë- to burn; to cremate inheritance *wyke- 'fire' Proto-Miwokan Callaghan 2001:323 simplex Callaghan 1984
Lake Miwok hókol to cremate unique is this cog with wyky words?? simplex Callaghan 1965
Maidu tŏ'-te-dah cremation unique Nisenan t'a 'burn' derived ty- 'burn (of an object)' Merriam 41:287
Nisenan missing missing
Yokuts Yawelmani missing missing
Yokuts Yawdanchi missing missing
Yokuts Palewyami missing missing
Washo missing missing
Wintu missing missing
Yuki >kah>-litch cremation (CHM) unknown unknown Sawyer & Schlichter 1984
Wappo missing missing
Mutsun missing missing
Esselen missing missing
Salinan A missing missing
Salinan M missing missing
Chumash Obispeno missing missing
Chumash Ineseno se-hōt'-tah-koo cremation unknown derived se-hōt ah-pōn-po 'funeral pyre' vb. Probably 7ixu or 7ixo Merriam 37:529
Chumash Barbareno missing missing
Chumash Ventureno missing missing
Iipay 'Aa e-pi ar-row person burning unique phrase Merriam 38:225
Cocopa maLY cremate, burn a corpse inheritance Proto-Yuman Kiliwa maal root in 'burn', 'flame' simplex Crawford 1989
Mojave tuunyee=k light a fire, cremate (someone), burn (something) unknown see 'grave' simplex Munro et al. 1992
Yavapai pà:tū:či cremate unknown compound pa: 'person' Shaterian 1983
Kiliwa h-7+chi7 h=maa cremate unknown phrase maa 'eat' chi7 'burn' Mixco 1985
Seri (Comcaac) missing missing