Word Family - Tunic

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cotton, chitin, tunic

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  • Anatolian substrate
    • Eastern substrate *kito flax
      • Sumerian 𒃰 gada flax
      • Sumerian 𒆤 kid cloth mat
      • Akkadian 𒃰 kitu flax
        • Old Armenian կտաւ ktaw flax
          • Armenian Կտավ ktav flax, linen, canvas
      • Ugaritic 𐎖𐎉 qṭ flax, linseed
      • Central substrate *kito-na
        • Aramaic כּיתָּנָא kittānā linen, flax
          • Aramaic כִּיתּוּנָא kittōnā linen garment, tunic, shirt, layer, shell
            • Hebrew כֻּתֹּנֶת kutónet tunic, coat, robe
          • Arabic كَتَّان kattān flax, linen
            • Ge'ez ክታን kətan linen
            • Swahili katani flax or hemp fiber
          • Arabic قُطْن quṭn cotton
            • Egyptian Arabic قُطُن quṭun
              • Italian cotone
                • French coton
                  • English cotton
            • Maghrebi Arabic
              • Andalusi Arabic قُطُن quṭun
                • Spanish algodón cotton borrowed with article al-
          • Persian کتان katân flax, linen
        • Hellenic
          • Mycenaean Greek 𐀑𐀵 ki-to chiton, tunic
          • Ancient Greek χῐτών khitṓn tunic, coat of mail, covering, clothes
            • Greek χιτώνας chiton, tunic
            • Latin chitōn
              • English chiton
              • French chitine
                • English chitin
        • Western substrate *tonika with multiple metathesis
          • Mycenaean Greek 𐀵𐀖𐀏 to-mi-ka unclear word related to textiles
            • Mycenaean Greek 𐀵𐀛𐀊 to-ni-ja unclear word related to textiles
            • Mycenaean Greek 𐀶𐀙𐀜 tu-na-no unclear word related to textiles
          • Etruscan
            • Latin tunica tunic
              • Western Romance
                • Italian tonaca habit, frock
                • Spanish tonga coating
              • French tunique tunic, membrane
                • English tunic
              • Italian tunica tunic
              • Spanish túnica tunic
              • Latin tunicō I put a tunic on
                • Vulgar Latin *intunicō
                  • Eastern Romance
                    • Romanian a întuneca to darken, to shroud
                  • Western Romance
                    • Spanish entunicar to put on a tunic, to cover with primer
              • Latin tunicātus wearing a tunic
                • Translingual Tunicata taxonomic subphylum, the sea squirts
                  • English tunicate

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Collected English words

cotton, chiton, chitin, tunic, Tunicata, tunicate