Palaic language words & meanings

The Palaic language is another very old extinct language that died around 1300 before Christ with the coming of the Kaskian tribes. The language, spoken in the area of Anatolia is closely related to Hittite. A dictionary of Palaic words & meanings can be found below.
Notes for Glossary:
š – a sound [s] written in that way in cuneiform

aku- ‘to drink’Hittite eku-, aku- ‘to drink’*ekw- ‘water’
aš- ‘to be’Hittite es-, Luwian Hieroglyphic asa, sa ‘to be’*es- ‘to be’
ata- ‘to eat’Hittite et-, Luwian Hieroglyphic at- ‘to eat’*ed- ‘to eat’
ginu- ‘a knee’Hittite kinu- ‘knee’*g’enu- ‘a knee’
hapari- ‘to bargain’Hittite happaraizzi ‘sells’*Hop- ‘to trade’
hapna- ‘a river’Hittite hapa- ‘river, stream’*Hap- ‘a river, water’
kart- ‘a heart’Hittite kir-, kardi- ‘heart’*kerd- ‘a heart’
kišt- ‘to extinguish’Hittite kišt-, kasta- ‘hunger’*gwes- ‘to extinguish’
malit- ‘honey’Hittite melit- ‘honey’*melit- ‘honey’
tijaz, tiuna ‘god’Hittite tiwat- ‘god of sunlight’*deiwo- ‘god of sunlight’
wer- ‘to call’Hittite werija- ‘to call’*wer- ‘to call’
wete- ‘to build’Lydian viD- ‘to built’*wedh- ‘to construct’