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Proto-Japanese: *ina-(?)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: small(?)
Russian meaning: маленький(?)
Nase: inja-
Proto-Japanese: *ìnǝ̀-tí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: life
Russian meaning: жизнь
Old Japanese: inoti
Middle Japanese: ìnòtí
Tokyo: ínochi
Kyoto: ìnóchì
Kagoshima: ìnóchì
Comments: JLTT 425. The word is obviously an old compound with *-tí 'spirit; blood'.
Proto-Japanese: *i(n)sa-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to fish
Russian meaning: ловить рыбу
Old Japanese: isar-, izar-
Tokyo: isari 'fishing'
Comments: JLTT 699.
Proto-Japanese: *ìnù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: dog
Russian meaning: собака
Old Japanese: inu
Middle Japanese: ìnù
Tokyo: inú
Kyoto: ínù
Kagoshima: ínu ( = íŃ)
Nase: ìŃ
Shuri: íŃ
Hateruma: ìnú
Yonakuni: ìnù
Comments: JLTT 425.
Proto-Japanese: *íp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: say
Russian meaning: сказать, говорить
Old Japanese: ip-
Middle Japanese: íf-
Tokyo: yù-
Kyoto: yú-
Kagoshima: yū́-
Nase: ʔj-
Shuri: í-
Hateruma: èn-
Yonakuni: ǹdú-
Comments: JLTT 700.
Proto-Japanese: *ìpà-p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to enjoy, feast, celebrate
Russian meaning: праздновать
Old Japanese: ipa-p-
Middle Japanese: ìfà-f-
Tokyo: iwá-
Kyoto: íwá-
Kagoshima: ìwà-
Comments: JLTT 700.
Proto-Japanese: *ìpì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: boiled rice, boiled grains
Russian meaning: вареный рис, вареные зерна
Old Japanese: ipji
Middle Japanese: ìfì
Comments: JLTT 421.
Proto-Japanese: *ìpùa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hut
Russian meaning: хижина
Old Japanese: ip(w)o, ip(w)ori
Middle Japanese: ìfò, ìfòrì
Tokyo: ìo(ri)
Kyoto: íórí
Kagoshima: ióri
Comments: JLTT 425. Modern dialects reflect rather *ípúa - but RJ has quite explicitly both ìfò and ìfòrì.
Proto-Japanese: *ír-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to need
Russian meaning: нуждаться
Middle Japanese: ír-
Tokyo: ìr-
Kyoto: ír-
Kagoshima: ír-
Comments: JLTT 698. The verb is homonymous with *ír- 'enter', but probably quite different etymologically.
Proto-Japanese: *ira-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to play, tamper with; concern oneself with
Russian meaning: играть, возиться, совать куда-л. нос
Middle Japanese: iraf-
Comments: JLTT 698.
Proto-Japanese: *ìrà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thorn
Russian meaning: шип, колючка
Middle Japanese: ìrà
Tokyo: ira
Comments: JLTT 425.
Proto-Japanese: *írúká
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: dolphin
Russian meaning: дельфин
Old Japanese: iruka
Middle Japanese: iruka
Tokyo: ìruka
Kyoto: írúká
Kagoshima: irúka
Comments: JLTT 426.
Proto-Japanese: *isa-bǝ, *ísá-m-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 craftsman, diligent person 2 to be brave
Russian meaning: 1 ремесленник, умелец 2 быть храбрым
Old Japanese: isawo 1, isa-m- 2
Middle Japanese: isawo 1, ísá-m- 2
Tokyo: ìsam-, isám- 2
Kyoto: ísám- 2
Kagoshima: ìsàm-
Comments: JLTT 699. There is some confusion between *ísám- 'to be brave' and *ìsàm- 'to admonish' (v. sub *ḕs[i]), but the RJ accentuation clearly opposes them to each other.
Proto-Japanese: *ísá-, *ísuá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sand 2 sea shore, beach
Russian meaning: морской берег, побережье
Old Japanese: isa-gwo 1, iswo 2
Middle Japanese: ísá-gó 1, ísó 2
Tokyo: isago 1, ìso 2
Kyoto: ísó
Kagoshima: íso
Hateruma: ìšòN 1
Yonakuni: ìčì-bùgù 1
Comments: JLTT 427.
Proto-Japanese: *ìsàma-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to admonish
Russian meaning: увещевать
Old Japanese: isama-
Middle Japanese: ìsàma-
Tokyo: isamé-
Kyoto: ísámé-
Kagoshima: isamé-
Comments: JLTT 699. Accent in Kagoshima is irregular, probably under literary influence.
Proto-Japanese: *ìsuà(n)k-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hurry, get ready to go
Russian meaning: спешить, готовиться уйти
Old Japanese: iswog-
Middle Japanese: ìswòg-
Tokyo: isóg-
Kyoto: ísóg-
Kagoshima: ìsòg-
Comments: JLTT 699.
Proto-Japanese: *ìtá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: board
Russian meaning: доска
Old Japanese: ita
Middle Japanese: ita
Tokyo: íta
Kyoto: ìtá
Kagoshima: itá
Comments: JLTT 427.
Proto-Japanese: *ìtà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be ill, feel pain (adj.)
Russian meaning: болеть, чувствовать боль
Old Japanese: ita-
Middle Japanese: ìtà-
Tokyo: itá-
Kyoto: ítà-
Kagoshima: itá-
Comments: JLTT 829.
Proto-Japanese: *ìtàpi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Japanese fig
Russian meaning: японская фига
Old Japanese: itabji
Middle Japanese: ìtàbì, ìtàbí
Comments: JLTT 427.
Proto-Japanese: *ítá-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to reach
Russian meaning: достигать
Old Japanese: ita-r-
Middle Japanese: ítá-r-
Tokyo: ìtar-u
Kyoto: ítár-ú
Kagoshima: itár-
Comments: JLTT 699.
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