stone for lighting fires

Semantic Field
culture-material
Part of Speech
Meaning Spanish
piedra para hacer fuego
Meaning Portuguese
pedra para acender fogo

Languages

Language Orthographic Form Phonemicized Form Gloss as in Source Etymology Code Proto-Form Proto-Language Loan Source Etymology Notes Wanderwort Status Etyma Set Word Structure Word Structure Notes General Notes Source Created By
Hodï ih'tɨ missing See Language page Brittany Weinstein
Dâw -- -- missing See Language page Ana Paula B., Pattie Epps
Sikuani inae inae unknown Simplex See Language page Jonathan Quintanilla, Brittany Weinstein
Eñepa eñë,tye'tye' (piedras del fogón) (MM) eɲǝ,tyeʔtyeʔ (piedras del fogón) (MM) missing See Language page Melody Ann Ross, Lauren Franklin; Alyssa Wadley
Yukuna jipa jiñakaná hipa hiɲekaná unique Phrase hipa “stone,” hiɲekaná”to set fire” See Language page Ana Paula B., PLE
Tariana tatapútawa tatapútawa unknown Simplex See Language page Ana Paula B.
Makiritare təʔhu (IDS) (means 'stone' or 'rock'); tö'hu (KH) (means 'rock') təʔhu missing See Language page Melody Ann Ross, Karina Baeza; Alyssa Wadley
Páez ipi ipi See Language page Daniel Valle
Yagua jinchidiy xintʃidij See Language page Daniel Valle
Ocaina gotúúhxo {generic stone} gotɯ́ɯ́ʔxo See Language page Leslie Smith, Sarah Kuntz
Iquito jinítaasi (piedra negra que chispea cuando se lo choca a ras, que antiguamente servía para prender fuegos); ituhuanajáati (piedra que produce chispas, MC: ituuni - to burn sthg); iinámi sahuíja (piedra de candela, un tipo de piedra negra y dura que da chi hinítaasi See Language page Cynthia Hansen