From: Peter P
>They all mean tongue/language except 'ket' - word.
> > Häkkinen contends that Finnish 'kieli' is of FU origin <*ke:le.
> > Estonian keel
> > Nor. Lap giella'
> > Mordvin kel'
> > Votyak kyl
> > Ostyak ket
> > Yurak-Samoyedic s'ie
> So either some Uralic language is a substrate of NWBlock or I'd have
> to give up the claim.
> 1) My Estonian - Danish dictionary says for keel,-e "language, tongue;
> string"; are both those senses included for the members of the set
> you mention, or are there more wordsets involved?
> 2) Is there a similar claim for Estonian kael,-a "neck"?Estonian kael, and Finnish kaula - neck, are of Baltic origin.