From: Abdullah Konushevci
> > 21-08-03 12:56, Abdullah Konushevci wrote:derived
> >> I am afraid that Hungarian <szarka> and Romanian <tzarka> are
> >> from Slavic _¹arka_ 'colored bird' (cf. ¹ara 'spot' with bigfamily
> >> of derivatives, <¹aren> 'spotted, colored', _¹arolik_ 'id.',also
> >> <¹arolikost> 'full-coloredness', etc.). To this conclusion leads
> >> Albanian _laraskë_ 'magpie' < larë 'spot' + -skë (adjectivalsuffix).
> >> The same meaning has also <sorrëshkinë> 'spotted bird, magpie'.from
> If the Rom. word is from Slavic, then it cannot be a direct loan
> Slavic but a loan trough an intermediary language.It
> The Hungarian "sz" is pronounced "s"; Slavic have has "s" not "T".
> cannot be explained the "T" in Rom. trough Slavic or Hungarian.************