Sumarušuxi

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A map of northeastern Peilaš. The location of Sumarušuxi is indicated.

Sumarušuxi

Sumarušuxi (sometimes also called the Ik’im-Wihé Archipelago in older literature) is a large group of islands off the Lotoka coast of NE Peilaš. The Sumarušuxi archipelago forms the western portion of the Ttiruku Arc.

Sumarušuxi is a native Naxuutayi word reflecting a Proto-Isles phrase, tzúma dúydziws-i (lit. 'stone-seas'), Naxuutayi being the dominant language of the archipelago by 1 YP.

Names

Language Name Pronunciation Source
Naxuutayi Sumarušuxi ['su.mæ.ru.ʒu.ɣi] PIsl. tzúma dúytziws-i "stone seas"
Thokyunèhòta Thumápahìthì; Thumáṭuṭu [θu'ma.pa.hɪ.θɪ]; [θu'ma.ʈu.ʈu] PIsl. tzúma pasaytziws-i "stone country"; tzúma dúytziws-i "stone seas"
Affanonic Summaparese [sum.ma'pa.ʀe.se] Thok. Thumapahìthì
Zele Rabulusosh [ʁa.bu.lu'soʃ] PIsl. hápawuq duhtziws-i "islands of the West"
Fáralo Tumačutu; Sumærušuy ['tu.ma.tʃu.tu]; ['su.mæ.ru.ʃuj] Thok. Thumaṭuṭu; Nax. Sumarušuxi
Buruya Nzaysa Tumatsutu ['tʰu.ma.tsu.tu] F. Tumačutu
Namɨdu Sumbrusɨ [sum'bɾu.sɨ] F. Sumærušuy
Woltu Falla Sombrušü [sɔm.bɾuˈʃyː] F. Sumærušuy
Cəssın Sumbroşu [ˈzum.bɾo.ʐu] F. Sumærušuy