Communication Centre for Sino-Uralic and Sino-Germanic Etymology and Affinity Studies

For a better comprehension among Chinese, Uralic and Indo-European linguists, archaeologists and geneticists.

 Sino-Uralic (= Sino-Finnic) Sino-Germanic / Sino-Indo-European

The Sino-Uralic studies conclude that there are shared etymological units between Chinese and Uralic, mainly Finnic, languages. These shared etymological units can be results of common grounds of the ancestors in the Neolithic Age (according to Gao 2008, 2012).

The Sino-Germanic studies conclude that there are common etymological units between Chinese and Indo-European, mainly Germanic, languages. These shared etymological units can be results of: (1) a Germanic branch flow into Primitive Chinese in the Chalcolithic Age (according to Gao 2008, 2012); (2) prehistoric contacts of the ancestors in the Late Neolithic Age (according to Chang 1988); or (3) common grounds of the ancestors in the past (according to Tan 2001, Zhou 2002).

Major publications: Gao 2014, Gao 2012, Gao 2008, Gao 2005.

Major publications: Gao 2012, Zhou 2010, Gao 2008, Zhou 2004, Zhou 2002b, Zhou 2002a, Tan 2001, Pulleyblank 1995, Chang 1988, Ulving 1968, Ulenbrook 1967, Pulleyblank 1966, Shafer 1965, Shafer 1963, Jensen 1936, Conrady 1925, Schlegel 1872, Edkins 1871.

Online Introductions: Sino-Uralic Affinity of Genetics
20 examples of Sino-Uralic etymons

20 examples of Sino-Germanic etymons

General Intelligence:
List of Chinese Journals on Philology or Linguistics
List of Uralic Journals on Philology or Linguistics


There are Sino-Uralic and Sino-Germanic shared etymologies, respectively.
Chinese and many Uralic nations have a recent common paternal ancestor.

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