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(classifier cái) cốc (𤥫, 𤭏)

  1. glass, tumbler

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Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Mon-Khmer *k(oo)k (a kind of diving bird), arbitrary variant of Proto-Mon-Khmer *ku(ə)k (egret (?))[1], from Proto-Austroasiatic *kok "heron, fishing bird".[2]


(classifier con) cốc (𪁴, 𪁵)

  1. cormorant


  1. ^ Shorto, H. A Mon-Khmer Comparative Dictionary, Ed. Paul Sidwell, 2006. Entries #278, #280, pp. 130-131
  2. ^ Blench. R. "Weterworld: lexical evidence for aquatic subsistence strategies in Austroasiatic" in Papers from the Seventh International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics, JSEALS. 2018. p. 174-193