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The root is very common in Asonesia, particularly as applied to "hair." The k of the prevalent Asonesian bok, wok &c, "hair", appears to be referable to the aspirate of the Kol form. Head (e.)
The Australian and Tasmanian variety as well the Sanskrit are connected by the vowel with the Koriak. The broad Dravirian form preserves the vowel of the Ugrian, Tibeto-Ultraindian and Ultraindo-Asonesian form of the ultimate root ku, ug &c. ("head"). It appears to be connected with the Caucasian form. Hair (b.)
mat; inuru Liinbu, wullao Gond, mur Manipuri D., mamun Kapwi, mieng Auuui, abong Lcpcha, pan Moji, ban Simang, peng Besisi, bango Lamp., Konir., abana Sumba, manga, mangai Pol.; mothong Chepang, nihutu Newar, mathu Maram ; Asone^ian, motong Meri, niontong Banj. The labio-gultuial form is also Scythic—*xaga, Tung.; Indo-Eur.,—Sanskrit, mukb, mukya, Bengali bak-lra, Latin faux (faucis), "the jaws," bucoa 4l the hollow part of the cheek", Span, foco, Port, bocca, Fr. bouche; and Ukrainian,—pak Khaimi, pak-obu Kar., ni'kh.i Kyau, awkang Silonb'. The Malagasy mulu, muluts, multi-bum &c. (and Asoncgian mulut) may either have the labial root or the liquid. In the latter case it is probably a derivative from the Zimbian ntlumu, um! muo, ?;tulunio &c. The 1 root is Scythic ul, I it 1 &c. The Zimbian lumu resembles the Asonesian lawe, lama lida, Kumi Ibaung, Liinhu leba, Alior nepang, Sansk. lapana/a. The same root is used for Lip,—Galla luf-luf, Kosah lehi, Hind, lab, Lut. labium, labr«/«, Germ, lippe, Eng. lip &c. The ultimate labial root is used for Mouth in Scythic,—am, ira, urn, &c. Ugr., ami Moug. ; Seinitico-Libyan,—ma Shangalla, afa Dankali, af Tigre, of Sautnali; Ultraiudiao,—ba Kayan. The duplicated labial root is common, —nn fo Samoiede, momo Suahe li, vava, vave, Malagasy (in Asonesia fafa, baha, bibi, vivi, bafa, wuwa, buwah, bua &c. &c.) The Dravirian bayi, vaya, bai, appears to be connected with the Ugrian radical forms.
Most of the other preceding terms are also applied to Lip, Cheek, Nose, Eye in different vocabularies. Thus for Lip Scythic has amun, mon, emya, u.mga, pile; Dravirian pediet, E.ub mil, Auam, mui, Japan bir, Indonesian bibir, bibi, wiwi &c, Australian mundu, niu lol, wiling, Malagasy mulutu &c, Nicobar minu, uunoev; and for Cheek,Malagasy has fi-ii (Asones. pipi, papa &c.); Burmaupa, Auam ma, Latin bucca, Galla boko, Kaili baga, Erub bag, Latia mala, Indones pili, plis, paling, banga, b.ingi, pingi &c. For Nose phi, piti, pit &u. and mu, mui, bum, uiuru inoiulu, murb, muku &c. are common. The Chinese phi, pi, &c. corresponds with the Samoiede pile lip, Aino petyni nose, and the Torres St. pile, piti, pichi nose, and mit lip. The Samoiede pui, pue, puiya, piya &c. corresponds with the Auam mui, Nancowry moi, nose. The whole scries is reproduced in the vocabulary for Eye, 1,