LAGLO

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LAGLOLesbian and Gay Liaison Officers
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The hypothesis of a Germanic origin (EES 519) is unacceptable (LAGLOS III 292-293).
SSA 2 : 42; EES 225-226; LAGLOS II 165), Votic and Ingrian borrowed this verb from Russian, and Finnish uses the reflex of Proto-Finnic *maka- 'to sleep' (q.v.).
The hypothesis of a Germanic origin is not likely (EES 279; LAGLOS II 263).
The Germanic origin is not accepted in LAGLOS III 22.
In Votic, the main word for 'red' is kauniz, going back to Proto-Finnic *kaunis 'beautiful', borrowed from Germanic (LAGLOS II 62).
In other languages in our sample, the word 'round' is derived from Proto-Finnic *umpara, a Germanic loanword with a Finnic suffix *-ra (cf SSA 3 : 491; EES 636-637; LAGLOS III 426-427).
hiekka Proto-Finnic *liiva 'sand' may be a Baltic or Germanic loan (SSA 2 : 205; EES 240; LAGLOS II 207).
Other idioms use Proto-Finnic *nahka 'skin, hide', borrowed from Germanic (SSA 2 : 202; EES 306; LAGLOS II 287-288).
nukkua The Germanic etymology of Proto-Finnic *maka- 'to sleep', pace LAGLOS, does not seem convincing to us (SSA 2 : 136; EES 270; LAGLOS II 237-238).
The Germanic etymology of this word is not convincing (LAGLOS III 55).
SSA 3 : 47; EES 419, 445; LAGLOS III 124-125), and Proto-Finnic *raskas 'heavy' (cf.