Sino-Tibetan Word for Wheel Kolo a Slavic Circular Dance Same Etymology Proving Indo European Expansion


The wheeled chariot was begun used in China circa 1200 b. c., where wheel in the Sino-Tibetan (hamitic) language is the word kolo, of the same Indo European (japthetic) etymological root as the word wheel (kwel), proving that Indo Europeans settled or at least brought influence into the region of Tibet which is named for bodhi like body Indo European.