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Proto-Japanese: *dák-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to burn (tr.)
Russian meaning: жечь
Old Japanese: jak-
Middle Japanese: ják-
Tokyo: yàk-
Kyoto: ják-
Kagoshima: jáT
Nase: jàkj-
Shuri: jàč-
Hateruma: jàg-
Yonakuni: dàg-
Comments: JLTT 784.
Proto-Japanese: *dàm-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be ill, sick
Russian meaning: болеть
Old Japanese: jam-
Middle Japanese: jàm-
Tokyo: yám-
Kyoto: yám-
Kagoshima: yám-
Comments: JLTT 785. RJ and Tokyo point to *jàm-; the tonally aberrant Kyoto and Kagoshima reflexes may have been influenced by the literary language.
Proto-Japanese: *dàmà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mountain
Russian meaning: гора
Old Japanese: jama
Middle Japanese: jàmà
Tokyo: yamá
Kyoto: jámà
Kagoshima: jamá
Nase: jàmá
Shuri: jámá
Hateruma: jàmá
Yonakuni: dama
Comments: JLTT 571.
Proto-Japanese: *dàmpù-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to break, crush
Russian meaning: ломать
Old Japanese: jabur-
Middle Japanese: jàbùr-
Tokyo: yabúr-
Kyoto: yàbùr-
Kagoshima: yàbùr-
Comments: JLTT 784. Except Kyoto (pointing to *dàmpúr-), all dialects point to PJ *dàmpùr-.
Proto-Japanese: *dàmùi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: darkness
Russian meaning: темнота
Old Japanese: jami
Middle Japanese: jàmì
Tokyo: yamí
Kyoto: yámì
Kagoshima: yamí
Comments: JLTT 573.
Proto-Japanese: *dànì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: tar, pitch
Russian meaning: смола, деготь
Old Japanese: jani
Middle Japanese: jànì
Tokyo: yaní
Kyoto: yánì
Kagoshima: yaní
Comments: JLTT 573.
Proto-Japanese: *dánká-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: following each other; soon after
Russian meaning: друг за другом; вскоре после
Middle Japanese: jágáte
Tokyo: yàgate
Kyoto: yàgàté
Kagoshima: yagáte
Comments: JLTT 570. The accent in Kagoshima is aberrant, otherwise all dialects point to high tone.
Proto-Japanese: *dàntǝ̀-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to spend the night
Russian meaning: ночевать
Old Japanese: jador-
Middle Japanese: jàdor-
Tokyo: yadóru
Kyoto: yádór-
Kagoshima: yadór-
Comments: JLTT 784. The form seems to be derived from *dá 'room, house', but the tone contradicts it (all dialects except Kagoshima point to *dà(n)tǝ̀r-).
Proto-Japanese: *dapa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hungry
Russian meaning: голодный
Old Japanese: japa-
Comments: JLTT 844.
Proto-Japanese: *dapara-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: soft
Russian meaning: мягкий
Old Japanese: japara-ka-
Middle Japanese: jáfárá- / jàfàra-
Tokyo: yawaráka-
Kyoto: yáwárákà-
Kagoshima: yawaraká-
Comments: JLTT 575. Accent is not quite clear: RJ has a variation; the adjective seems to point to low tone (and thus reconstructed in JLTT), but the noun *dapara (Tokyo yàwara, Kyoto yáwárá) presupposes rather *dápárá (but Kagoshima here also has yawará < *dà-).
Proto-Japanese: *dár-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to send 2 to give
Russian meaning: 1 посылать 2 давать
Old Japanese: jar- 1
Middle Japanese: jár- 1
Tokyo: yàr- 1, 2
Kyoto: yár- 1, 2
Kagoshima: jár- 1
Comments: JLTT 785.
Proto-Japanese: *dara
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sea bottom, deep place
Russian meaning: морское дно, глубокое место
Old Japanese: jara
Proto-Japanese: *dàs-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: quiet, easy
Russian meaning: спокойный, легкий
Old Japanese: jasu-
Middle Japanese: jàsu-
Tokyo: yasú-
Kyoto: yásù-
Kagoshima: yasú-
Comments: JLTT 844. Related are probably *jásá-si- 'gentle, easy' and *jásá- 'to be emaciated', although the accent variation is not clear.
Proto-Japanese: *dàsìrǝ̀
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shrine, enclosure for worship of deities
Russian meaning: храм
Old Japanese: jasiro
Middle Japanese: jàsìrò
Tokyo: yáshiro
Kyoto: yáshìrò
Kagoshima: yashiró
Comments: JLTT 574. Accent in Tokyo is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *datua
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: snake
Russian meaning: змея
Old Japanese: jatwo-no-kami
Proto-Japanese: *dàtùrà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be exhausted, emaciated
Russian meaning: истощаться, изнуряться
Old Japanese: jatura-
Middle Japanese: jàtùrà-
Tokyo: yatsuré-
Kyoto: yátsúré-
Kagoshima: yàtsùrè-
Comments: JLTT 785.
Proto-Japanese: *dǝ̀-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: good
Russian meaning: хороший
Old Japanese: jo-
Middle Japanese: jò-
Tokyo: í-, yó-
Kyoto: ḕ
Kagoshima: yò-
Shuri: ju-ta-
Comments: JLTT 845.
Proto-Japanese: *dǝ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: four
Russian meaning: четыре
Old Japanese: jo-
Middle Japanese: jo-
Tokyo: yó-
Kyoto: yó-
Kagoshima: yó-
Comments: JLTT 578. Accent unclear (as in other numerals).
Proto-Japanese: *dǝ́
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: generation, age
Russian meaning: поколение, возраст
Old Japanese: jo
Middle Japanese: jó
Tokyo: yó, yò
Kyoto: yò
Kagoshima: yó
Comments: JLTT 575.
Proto-Japanese: *dǝjǝ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to speak badly (of old persons without teeth)
Russian meaning: плохо говорить (о беззубых стариках)
Old Japanese: jojom-
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