Hungarian vs. Basque

Hungarian vs. Basque #2

daily_magyar_2016_09_07
én
[ˈeːn] – ni – I; me
három [ˈhaːrom] – hiru – three; 3
iszony [ˈisoɲ] – izi – horror; phobia
izzadság [ˈizːɑdʃaːg] – izerdi – sweat
kallantyú [ˈkɑlːɑncuː] – kalaka– bolt; latch; fastener
mondani [ˈmondɑni] – mindza-tu – to speak; to say
okádni [ˈokaːdni] – oka – to vomit
okádás [ˈokaːdaːʃ] – okada – vomiting
ordítani [ˈordiːtɑni] – orroe – to shout; to roar
ős [ˈøːʃ] – as-aba – ancestor
pálca [ˈpaːltsɑ] – palu – stick


Based on the books:::
The common Mesopotamian substrate of Hungarian and Basque BY PROF. DR. ALFRÉD TÓTH (Mikes International, The Hague, 2007)
Etymological Dictionary of Basque by R. L. Trask (University of Sussex, 2008)

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Hungarian vs. Basque #1

daily_magyar_2016_08_17
anya
[ˈɑɲɑ] – ama – mother
béke [ˈbeːkɛ] – bake; báke – peace
bogyó [ˈboɟoː] – baia – berry
enyém [ˈɛɲeːm] – ene – my
nekem [ˈnɛkem] – enegana – to me
halni [ˈhɑlni] – hil –to die
jég [ˈjeːg] – jela – ice
jönni [ˈjønːi] – jin – to come
kör [ˈkør] – korru – ring; circle
szimat [ˈsimɑt] – suma – sense of smell
zug [ˈzug] – zoko – corner; nook
 
Based on the books:::
The common Mesopotamian substrate of Hungarian and Basque BY PROF. DR. ALFRÉD TÓTH (Mikes International, The Hague, 2007)
Etymological Dictionary of Basque by R. L. Trask (University of Sussex, 2008)