ᴹQ. narmo [ñ] n. “wolf” (Category: Wolf)
A noun for “wolf” in The Etymologies of the 1930s derived from the root ᴹ√ÑGARAM (Ety/ÑGAR(A)M), apparently a variant of ᴹ√ÑGAW “howl”. It seems narmo is a word for an ordinary wolf, as opposed to nauro “werewolf”.
Conceptual Development: A similar (but rejected) form ᴹQ. harma “wolf” appeared under the deleted root ᴹ√ƷARAM (Ety/ƷARAM).
Reference ✧ Ety/ÑGAR(A)M ✧ “wolf”
|ᴹ√ÑGAR(A)M > ñarmo > narmo||[ŋgaramo] > [ŋgarmo] > [ŋarmo] > [narmo]||✧ Ety/ÑGAR(A)M|
ᴹQ. harma² n. “wolf, hound”
References ✧ Ety/ƷARAM; EtyAC/ƷARAM
|ᴹ√ƷARAM > harma||[ɣarama] > [ɣarma] > [harma]||✧ Ety/ƷARAM|
|ᴹ√ƷÁRAM > harma||[ɣarama] > [ɣarma] > [harma]||✧ EtyAC/ƷARAM|