> > > Hence from k-m?
> > > Arabic x-m-s (x = velar unvoiced spirant)
> > > Uralic kom-t, kum-en, hand, five, ten
> > > PIE pen-kwe : entire hand = five
> > > And as usual !!
> > > Germanic loanword from an Asiatic language : komt > hand
> > > And *hant-i being a "root-noun" does not protect it from being a
> > > loanword.
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cybalist/message/21834
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cybalist/message/21865
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cybalist/message/46175
> > http://tinyurl.com/2c4yse
> > Udolph denies a relation of the German placename second element
> > -hude, Engl. -hythe, "wood storage place, storage at a waterway,
> > ferry berth" to the appellatives (non-placenames)
> > AS hunt, huntian, Goth. fra-hinþan "hunt, catch",
> > but accepts
> > NLG hude, hüde "hiding place"
> > Gr. kanthós "corner of the eye", kontós "nail",
> > Welsh cethr "point, nail",
> > OHG hantego, handego "sharp, pointed",
> > Proto-Slav. *ko,t- >
> > Russ. kut "the end of a river",
> > Ukr. kut "narrow, angular bay"
> > Pol. ka,t "remains of old river bend"
> > In the sense "house" common in Slavic, in SSlavic in the sense
> > "house"
> > cf. unshifted NHG Kante "edge, esp. of water"
> > assuming a sense "hidden" also unshifted
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cybalist/message/46174
> > http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/cybalist/message/46179
> > and Grimm-shifted German Hode "testicle"?
> Oops, forgot