Re: Greek ixys/osphys/ischion
- --- In email@example.com, "Joao S. Lopes" wrote:
>There was probably k-k dis. in:
> Is there any relationship between Greek words for hip, ixys, osphys, ischion?
kis.ku- (m/f) = forearm S; kis^kà = hollow of the knee Lith; ciska = loin/thigh/hip/haunch Latv; ískhion (n s) = hip-joint \ (du/p) = haunches, ixús (f) = waist, ixuóthen (adv) = from the loins G;
So separate from:
ossu- = bone L; osphús = hip/loin / lower back G;
as.t.hi:vá- = shank/shin S; asc[u]va- = shank Av; c^iw = shank/leg Ar;