Kamas malmi ‘husband of daughter or younger sister’

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Title: Kamas malmi ‘husband of daughter or younger sister’
Author: Klumpp, Gerson
Publisher: Helsingin yliopiston kirjasto
Date: 2022
Language: en
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31885/9789515180858.17
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/342423
Abstract: This article presents an etymology for the currently unetymologized Kamas kinship term malmi, in older sources manmi, meaning ‘husband of daughter or younger sister’. It is suggested that the term is a compound made up of the two Proto Samoyed in-law terms *wänə̑, meaning ‘in-law’, and *wijə̑, meaning ‘son-in-law’.
Subject (yso): kielitiede
linguistics
etymologia
etymology
sanat
words
samojedikielet
Samoyedic languages
kamassin kieli
Kamassian language
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