You are a true joker, you cannot even read what is posted in this very thread and then got balls to talk like that:D
Sorry, that word IS of Aryan origin not "Arabic" or anything Semitic. You know, even if it exists in Semitic language(s) it does not mean it were Semitic. Got it?
And.. as far as I know I am talking to a person who does not even know too well his supposed mother tongue:D Swedish is stronger, maybe? Foreigner.. or maybe some other Western language?
But now when we are at it; what would you like to talk about when dealing with linguistics and old Eurasian languages? I have myself noted, that the old connections between Fenno-Ugric languages and Indo-Aryan languages are very interesting. In case of Hungarian there are close to ten layers of those while, for obvious reasons, in Finnic languages less and many via Eastern Slavs...
Again, please do not comment on things you clearly do not know about. Your failed attempts of displaying knowledge are painful indeed. And as usual because of your
obvious inability to learn and do some basic research I won't even waste time on you to explain why you're wrong.