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Does the Old Slavonic word pyast' (metacarpus) relate to the petlya (coupling)

 
 
Reply Sat 25 May, 2019 05:09 pm
The Ancient Greek word αγκύλη relate to the wrist (the Russian zapyast'ye from pyast' (where t' is the ending by analogy with ugast')


http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/#eid=628

The Ancient Greek word αγκύλη translated by the Old Slavonic petlya (where lya is the ending by analogy with kaplya) Exo.26:10

Does the Old Slavonic word pyast' (metacarpus) relate to the petlya (coupling), taking into consideration the Old Slavonic ya->e and s->t alteration (by analogy with syadu sest' and chest' chtit' and so on)?

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