Eurasiatic


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relating to, or coming from, Europe and Asia

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The Eurasiatic root *tVlV has the meanings 'to say' and 'to tell'.
Sound is a concept attributed to the Eurasiatic root *jVnV.
Of course, it is possible a language phylum larger than Altaic was involved -- Nostratic or Eurasiatic would be obvious candidates -- but this creates the additional problem of accounting for the absence of reduplication in most branches of these macro-families as well as all the problems already mentioned for Tungusic.
247 The Eurasiatic steppe, as in the photograph, at 328 ft (100 m) altitude, W of Hujirt in Arhangay (Mongolia), is steppe par excellence; the term steppe comes from there and it represents the richest, most diverse and typical in the world.
S-European (17%), Eurasiatic (16%) and Endemic (14%) chorotypes.
European and Eurasiatic components are nonetheless quite high.
Some taxonomical adjustments in eurasiatic wheatgrasses.
many, numerous, multitude'" referring also to probably same origin of Even *mian 'ten' (from the same Eurasiatic or 'Nostratic' stem presented in Altaic *mania-/manai- 'many' and the well-known origin of word for 'ten' from the root 'count' in some Finno-Ugric languages (see below)).
The development of the Uralic counting systems reconstructed here is, to my mind, connected not only with the chronology of the proto-languge stages (more ancient = more archaic system), but also (if not mainly) with the step-by-step inclusion of the Uralic-speaking population into the Eurasiatic cultural area.