There is no reason why Latin adun- and Turkic utan cannot be related. It also shows
up in Turkic as uyal, and ayIp (shameful). Using the usual dh>y,d, t there is no reason
why they cannot be genetically linked.

But anagrams are a different story.

Similarly the root Kaya uses  et (to do) shows up as ep (akkadian), tu (Chuvash) and
of course, "do" English. Again there is no reason why some words could not have been
created from a stem/root+do/make.  It shows up in Turkic e.g, kork (to fear), korkut (scare,
eg. cause to fear).

slawomirmiroslawski wrote:
--- In, "slawomirmiroslawski"
<slawomirmiroslawski@...> wrote:
> Using the word list from ixlop i my soft arange:
a duna men tu
a du na men tu

the arngament take some time, but this is under construction sof

> a stream of some kind of liquid or gas coming in speaker direction
> a stream of some kind "anything"       coming in speaker direction

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