Re: Res: Res: [tied] Swiftness of Indra
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, "Joao S. Lopes" <josimo70@...> wrote:
> If gandharva/gand&r&Ba came from BMCA, Greek kentauros could be
related too... It makes me remind my past idea that Koios/Phoibe were
telated to Finnic Kuu/Paiva from some (odd) way.
> I would add to these words the mythical dogs of Yama:
karvara/s^arbala and Greek Kerberos.
Greek pho:s "light"
Estonian päev, -a "day", päevitama "sunbathe", päevitunud "sun-burned"
The connection of Finnish päjvä
with Greek Phoibê seems impossible.
Internal analysis of Uralic data
in particular in Permic shows the
PU proto-form was *baj-
with a variant *baj-wo
It meant "light, day" and "lightning".
It's hard to suggest something in PIE
for this *baj PU root.
It's kind of mixed up with another
root *puh- *poh "fire / to cook"
obviously cognate to PIE *puH2- "fire"
In any case, päjvä has nothing to do