Reconstruction:Proto-Japonic/naka

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This Proto-Japonic entry contains reconstructed terms 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-Japonic

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Noun

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*naka

  1. middle
  2. inside
    Synonym: *utuy

Descendants

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  • Old Japanese: (na, naka)
    • Japanese: (naka)
  • Proto-Ryukyuan: *naka
    • Northern Ryukyuan:
      • Kikai:
        Aden: () (tone class C)
        Araki: () (tone class C)
        Kamikatetsu: () (tone class C)
        Nakasato: () (tone class C)
        Onotsu: () (tone class BC)
        Sakamine: () (tone class C)
        Shiomichi: () (tone class C)
        Shitōke: () (tone class BC)
        Wan: () (tone class C)
      • Kunigami:
        Nakijin: (nahā) (tone class C)
      • Northern Amami-Oshima:
        Naze: () (tone class C)
      • Okinawan:
        Shuri: (nāka) (tone class C)
      • Oki-No-Erabu:
        Wadomari: () (tone class A)
      • Toku-No-Shima:
        Asama: () (tone class AC)
      • Yoron: () (tone class C)
    • Southern Ryukyuan:
      • Miyako:
        Bora: (naka)
        Hirara: (naka)
        Ikema: (naka) (tone class C)
        Irabu: (naka)
        Karimata: ()
        Kuninaka: (naka)
        Minna: (naka) (tone class C)
        Nobaru: (naka)
        Ōgami: (naka)
        Ōura: (naka)
        Tarama: (naka) (tone class C)
        Shimajiri: (naka)
      • Yaeyama:
        Hateruma: (naga) (tone class A)
        Hatoma: (naka) (tone class A)
        Ishigaki: (naka) (tone class A)
      • Yonaguni: (naga) (tone class C)