Appendix:Stable roots in Sino-Tibetan

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Matisoff (2009) lists a number of roots that he considers to be stable in the Sino-Tibetan language family.

Body parts
Animals
Numerals
Natural objects, units of time
People and habitation
Plants and ingestibles
Pronouns
  • first person (I, we): *ŋa
  • second person (you): *na-(ŋ)
  • third person / who: *su
Verbs
Abstract

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