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Anatolian


Sources:

1. Ivanov, V.  The Hittite Language. Moscow, 1963.
2. Ivanov V. Common Indo-European, Proto-Slavic and Anatolian Language Systems. Moscow.
3. Gamkrelidze T., Ivanov V. The Indo-European Language and Indo-Europeans. Moscow, 1984.
4. Bajun, L. The Experience of the Comparative Studies of Hitto-Luwian Languages. Moscow, 1990.
5. Bajun, L. The Language of Hittite Hieroglyphs. Moscow, 1986.


Glossary:  
Common Anatolian Indo-European Anatolian
*da - to give  *do'- (to give, to take, exchange)  
*daru - tree  *deru- (firm, solid, a tree),  Hittite taru- (a tree), Luwian tarweja- (wooden)
*dhew - to install, to set *dhe'- (to put, to set up)  
*diu - god of daylight  *deiwo-, *dyeu- (god of sky) Hittite tiw- (god of sun), Palaic tijaz, tiuna-, Luwian tiwat- (supreme god)
*ed - to eat  *e'd- (to eat)  
*ekw - to drink  *ekw-, *akw- (water, to drink) Hittite ekw-, akw- (to drink), Palaic aku-, Luwian ahw- (to drink)
*eshar - blood *eso'r-, *esr- (blood) Hittite es'har- (blood), Luwian as'har-
*genu - a knee *g'enu- (a knee, a clan) Hittite gienu-, kinu- (a knee), Palaic ginu-
*gwana - a woman *gwen- (a wife, a woman)  
*gwes - to put the light off *gwes- (to extinguish fire) Hittite & Palaic kis't- (to extinguish fire)
*hanta - before *Hant- (before) Hittite hantezzija (fore, first)
*hap - a treasure, 
*hapar - a bargain
*Hap-, *op- (wealth) Hittite hap- (wealthy), Palaic hapari (to bargain), Luwian happina- (wealth)
*hap - a river, a stream *Hap- (water) Hittite hapa- (a river), Luwian hapi-, Palaic hapna-
*hasta - a bone  *kost-, *ost- (a bone) Hittite hastijas (bones)
*hawa - a sheep  *owi- (sheep) Luwian hawi- (a sheep)
*hnosa - a descendant    Hittite hams- (a grandson), Luwian hams'a-
*kes, ke,s - to scratch  *kes- (to scratch) Hittite kiša- (to scratch)
*khesro - a hand  *g'hesro- (a hand) Hittite kes's'ar- (a hand), Luwian is's'ari-
*khwen - to beat, to hit  *gwhen- (to kill) Hittite kinu- (to break)
*krodi - a heart  *kerd- (a heart) Hittite kir-, Palaic kart- (a heart)
*lohai - to pour  *lei- (to pour) Hittite lila'i-
*luk - to shine  *leuk- (to shine, light) Hittite lukk- (to light), Luwian luha-
*melit - honey  *meli-, *meli-t- (honey) Hittite melit-, Palaic malit- (honey)
*ntephes - sky  *nebho- (sky) Hittite nepis' (sky), Luwian tappas'
*phargui - pure, clean    Hittite parkui- (clear)
*phrokhu - high  *bherg'- (high) Hittite parku-, Luwian parrai- (high)
*ploha - wide  *pl-t- (wide, full) Hittite palhi- (wide), Luwian palha-
*roh - external   
*ser - top, above    Luwian šarri- (big)
*srei - to flow  *sreu- (to flow, to swim) Hittite sarlata- (libation)
*sta - to stand  *sta'- (to stand)  
*suwa - to fill    Hittite šuwái- (to fill)
*thei - to feed   
*thekkan - ground  *dhg'hom- (ground) Hittite tekan- (ground), Hyeroglyphic takama-
*tro - to speak    Hittite tar- (to speak), Luwian tatar- (to damn)
*wawa - a bull    Hittite wawa- (a bull)
*wer - to speak  *wer- (to cry, to speak) Hittite werija- (to speak), Palaic wer- (to call)
*weth - to bring  *wedh- (to bring)
*weth - to build  *widhu- (wood, tree) Palaic wete- (to build)