Here is a rather interesting etymological map of Europe. For example the first picture is very significant and fairly accurately reflected the ethnic division in Europe. Bear. There is perhaps only difference with Sami guovza and Hungarians, who have not kept the native name for the totem animal of all Finno-Ugric peoples
Beer. Until recently, the main ceremonial drink of many peoples. Finns Estonians borrowed "el" Scandinavians. A Hungarian company made with ancient Turks "Sur". Incidentally, in the Komi language, too ehrzjanskom this word - Sur.
I also really like the Welsh word - cwrw)
An Apple. The Finns Estonians remained perhaps the most ancient Indo-European name for the fruit. And the Hungarians again sided with the Turks. Almaty :)