sɨk ʸ n. leg jambe (3 groups, 15 languages) B syn: ʃi, sɨraj.
This root is only found in three adjacent groups. In Mafa, this root has the meaning 'foot', whilst the reflex of the root *sɨraj has the meaning 'leg'. In some languages of the Mandara group *k→g, which is an unestablished change.

1Proto-Mafa *sak ʸ leg jambe 1.1) Mafa (Ndokobai) sak pied 1.2) Cuvok (Gravina) sek foot pied

2Proto-Mandara *sɨkɨ ʸ leg jambe 2.1) Matal (Branger) asik, aʃik leg jambe 2.2) Podoko (Swackhammer) ʃɨgé,-ə 1 pied, jambe 2.3) Glavda (Nghagyiva) ʃɨ́ga leg 2.4) Dghwede (Frick) səge leg, foot

3Proto-Mofu *sɨk ʸ leg jambe 3.1) Ouldeme (Kinnaird) sèk foot pied ; jambe 3.2) Muyang (Smith) ɑsɑk leg ; foot ; time ; foundation ; tyre pied; jambe; fondation; pneu 3.3) Mada (Nkoumou) ʃek jambe 3.4) Moloko (Friesen) asak foot; leg pied; jambe 3.5) Zulgo (Haller) sík jambe f., pied m. 3.6) Gemzek (Sabatai) sek leg jambe 3.7) Merey (Gravina) sik leg jambe, pied 3.8) Dugwor (Jubumna) sek leg jambe 3.8.1) Dugwor (Jubumna) sek foot pied 3.9) Mofu North (Barreteau) sék jambe 3.9.1) Mofu North (Barreteau) sék mesure 3.9.2) Mofu North (Barreteau) sék fois-un, deux.

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