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oin - Etymological Basque Dictionary-French-Spanish-English
oin
(XIVth c.) Foot, leg. From *oni. Cp. mongolian oni, tungus onie, unie "pole, support of the yurt".
(s. XIV) Pie, pierna. De *oni. Cp. mongol oni, tungús onie, unie "palo, soporte de la yurta".
(XIVe s.) Pied, jambe. De *oni. Cp. mongol oni, toungouse onie, unie "poteau, montant, support de la yourte".

oinarri
Base, cement. From oin "base, foot" and arri "stone".
Base, fundamento, cimiento. De oin "base, pie" y arri "piedra".
Base, fondation, ciment. De oin "base, pied" et arri "pierre".

oinatz
(1571) Print, footprint. From oin "foot" and atz "track, print".
(1571) Huella, rastro, paso. De oin "pie" y atz "huella, rastro".
(1571) Trace, vestige, pas. De oin "pied" et atz "trace".

oinaze
(1627) Pain, harassment. Perhaps from oin "foot". See oinatz.
(1627) Dolor, tormento. Tal vez de oin "pie". Véase oinatz.
(1627) Douleur, tourment. Peut-être de oin "pied, trace". Voir oinatz.

oinetako
Shoe. From oin "foot" and tako "for".
Zapato. De oin "pie" y tako "para".
Chaussure. De oin "pied" et tako "pour".

oinhaze
Pain, suffer. Difficult etymology. Perhaps from oin "foot" ?
Tormento, dolor. Etimilogía difícil. Tal vez de oin "pie" ?
Tourment, souffrance. Etymologie difficile. Peut-être de oin "pied" ?

oinlodi
(ms Lond.) Peony (Bot.). From oin "foot" and lodi "big".
(ms Lond.) Peonía (Bot.). De oin "pié" y lodi "grueso".
(ms Lond.) Pivoine (Bot.). De oin "pied" et lodi "gros".






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