Reconstruction:Proto-Malayo-Polynesian/asu

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This Proto-Malayo-Polynesian entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-Malayo-Polynesian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Austronesian *(w)asu.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

*asu

  1. dog (animal)

Descendants[edit]

  • Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian:
    • Central Malayo-Polynesian: *asu
      • Timor-Babar
        • West Timor
          • Atoni
            • Uab Meto: asu
  • Western Malayo-Polynesian:
    • Borneo-Philippines
      • North Bornean
        • Sabahan
          • Dusunic
            • Dusun
              • Coastal Kadazan: tasu
              • Kimaragang: tasu
          • Murutic
            • Tagal Murut: asu
        • North Sarawakan: *asu
          • Berawan-Kelabitic
            • Berawan – Lower Baram
              • Berawan
                • Central Berawan: acew
          • Kayan-Murik
          • Melanau-Bintulu
            • Bintulu: asew
            • Melanau
              • Central Melanau: asew
      • Philippine: *asu
        • Greater Central Philippine
          • Central Philippine
          • Mindanao
            • Danao
              • Maranao-Iranun
        • Minahasan:
          • North Minahasan
            • Tontemboan: asu
        • Northern Philippine
          • Northern Luzon
        • Sangiric:
      • Sunda-Sulawesi
        • Celebic
          • Saluan-Banggai
            • Banggaian
          • Southeast Celebic
            • Muna-Buton
              • Nuclear Muna-Buton
        • Old Javanese: asu
          • Javanese: asu
        • Lampungic: *asu
          • Lampung Api: asu
        • Malayo-Sumbawan
          • Malayo-Chamic
        • Northwest Sumatran
          • Batak
            • Southern Batak
              • Toba Batak: asu
          • Gayo: asu
          • Northern Barrier
            • Nias-Sikule
        • South Sulawesi: *asu
          • Buginese
            • Buginese: asu
          • Makasar
          • Northern South Sulawesi
          • Mandar: asu
            • Toraja-Sa’dan

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