As an amateur I lack information about specialized resources for linguists. What I’m looking for is a list of stunning examples of false cognates in any discipline, that can be either exact matches, such as mahina which is both Hawaiian and Urdu for “month”, or near misses such as rumai and rumah, respectively Lithuanian and Malay for “house”, or be more different but meaning the same thing, such as Ehecatl and Eolos, the “wind deity” in Nahuatl and Greek. The criteria I’m looking for are that 1) the words should be longer than monosyllables, and 2) not being onomatopoeic, like papalotl and papillion in Nahuatl and French.
I understand that a resemblance between two words can be highly subjective, but I wonder if this type of resource exist? I would like to have a grasp of the extent of linguistic convergences across the world.