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Proto-Japanese: *pìjú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pigweed, Amaranthus
Russian meaning: марь, амарант
Middle Japanese: fìjú
Tokyo: hiyu
Proto-Japanese: *pík-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to file, to saw
Russian meaning: пилить
Old Japanese: pjik-
Middle Japanese: fík-
Tokyo: hìk-
Kyoto: hík-
Kagoshima: hík-
Comments: JLTT 689. The basic meaning of the verb attested in OJ is 'pull'; modern Jpn. has, however, also the meaning 'to file, saw', and in OJ there is a derived noun pjikji, pjikji-ri 'rubbing wood for producing fire' (where pji- is definitely attested and cannot be = pi 'fire'). The meaning 'pull' therefore is either unrelated or secondarily derived < 'file, rub'.
Proto-Japanese: *pìkàr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to flash, glitter, shine
Russian meaning: сверкать, блестеть, светить
Old Japanese: pjikar-
Middle Japanese: fìkàr-
Tokyo: hikár-
Kyoto: híkár-
Kagoshima: hìkàr-
Comments: JLTT 688.
Proto-Japanese: *pìkù-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: low
Russian meaning: низкий
Old Japanese: p(j)ik(j)i 'low, short'
Tokyo: hikú-
Kyoto: híkù-
Kagoshima: hikú-
Comments: JLTT 828.
Proto-Japanese: *pímá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gap
Russian meaning: промежуток, щель
Old Japanese: p(j)ima
Middle Japanese: fímá
Tokyo: hìma
Kyoto: hímá
Kagoshima: híma
Comments: JLTT 406.
Proto-Japanese: *pima-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to keep smth. in secret
Russian meaning: держать что-л. в тайне
Middle Japanese: fima-
Tokyo: hime-
Comments: JLTT 689. Original accent is not clear: in RJ the form is not attested, Tokyo and Kyoto point to *pìmá-, but Kagoshima - to *pímá-.
Proto-Japanese: *pímǝ́
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lace, thread, rope
Russian meaning: шнурок, нить, веревка
Old Japanese: pjim(w)o
Middle Japanese: fímó
Tokyo: hìmo
Kyoto: hímó
Kagoshima: hímo
Comments: JLTT 407.
Proto-Japanese: *pìmpárí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: skylark
Russian meaning: жаворонок
Old Japanese: pjibari
Middle Japanese: fìbárí
Tokyo: hìbari
Kyoto: hìbàrí
Kagoshima: hibarí
Comments: JLTT 405.
Proto-Japanese: *pina
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: chicken
Russian meaning: цыпленок
Middle Japanese: fíná, fínà
Tokyo: hína
Kyoto: hìnâ
Kagoshima: hiná
Comments: JLTT 407. Original accent is not quite clear: while modern dialects point to *pìnâ, RJ has variants HL and HH.
Proto-Japanese: *pina
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: province, barbarians
Russian meaning: провинция, варвары
Old Japanese: pjina
Middle Japanese: fina
Tokyo: hina
Comments: JLTT 407.
Proto-Japanese: *pìnâ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: ornamental doll
Russian meaning: кукла (как украшение)
Middle Japanese: fíná (fínà), fifina, fiina
Tokyo: hína
Kyoto: hìnâ
Kagoshima: hiná
Comments: JLTT 407.
Proto-Japanese: *pìniàr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to twist, twirl
Russian meaning: крутить, вертеть
Middle Japanese: fìnèr-
Tokyo: hinér-
Kyoto: hínér-
Kagoshima: hìnèr-
Comments: JLTT 689.
Proto-Japanese: *pí-n-kai
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: beard
Russian meaning: борода
Old Japanese: pjige
Middle Japanese: fígé
Tokyo: hìge
Kyoto: hígé
Kagoshima: híge
Comments: JLTT 406. Historically a compound with *kái 'hair'.
Proto-Japanese: *pìnkàm-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: be twisted, warped
Russian meaning: быть искривленным, покоробленным
Middle Japanese: fìgàm-
Tokyo: higám-
Kyoto: hígám-
Kagoshima: higám-
Comments: JLTT 688.
Proto-Japanese: *pìnkùrái
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a cypress plank or stave
Russian meaning: доска или перекладина из кипариса
Middle Japanese: fìgùré
Comments: JLTT 406. The first syllable is usually treated as *pi 'cypress', but the second part is not clear, and the word may well be not a compound.
Proto-Japanese: *pínkúrásí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of cicada
Russian meaning: вид цикады
Old Japanese: pjigurasi
Middle Japanese: fígúrásí
Tokyo: hìgurashi
Kyoto: hígúráshí
Kagoshima: higuráshi
Comments: JLTT 406.
Proto-Japanese: *pin-?
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: head
Russian meaning: голова
Kagoshima: bintá
Proto-Japanese: *pínsá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: knee
Russian meaning: колено
Old Japanese: pjiza
Middle Japanese: fízá
Tokyo: hìza
Kyoto: hízá
Kagoshima: híza
Shuri: Físà 'foot'
Comments: JLTT 412.
Proto-Japanese: *pintak-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to crush
Russian meaning: ломать, разрушать
Old Japanese: p(j)idak-
Middle Japanese: fídák-
Comments: JLTT 688.
Proto-Japanese: *pìntárí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: left
Russian meaning: левый
Old Japanese: p(j)idari
Middle Japanese: fìdári
Tokyo: hìdari
Kyoto: hìdàrí
Kagoshima: hidarí
Comments: JLTT 405.
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