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Proto-Japanese: *kìmpì-si-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: strict, solemn
Russian meaning: суровый, торжественный, строгий
Middle Japanese: kìbì-si
Tokyo: kibishí-
Kyoto: kíbíshì-
Kagoshima: kibíshi-
Comments: JLTT 831. Accent in Kagoshima is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *kìmuà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: liver
Russian meaning: печень
Old Japanese: kjimwo
Middle Japanese: kìmò
Tokyo: kimó
Kyoto: kímò
Kagoshima: kímò
Nase: k`imu
Shuri: čimu
Comments: JLTT 450. The Kagoshima tone is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *kìnái
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pestle
Russian meaning: пестик
Old Japanese: kjine
Middle Japanese: kine
Tokyo: kíne
Kyoto: kìné
Kagoshima: kiné
Comments: JLTT 450. The OJ variant kji probably reflects an early contraction < *k`èlńí-gV.
Proto-Japanese: *kínkisí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pheasant
Russian meaning: фазан
Old Japanese: kjigjisi
Middle Japanese: kízí
Tokyo: kijí
Kyoto: kíjí
Kagoshima: kíji
Comments: JLTT 452.
Proto-Japanese: *ki(n)sǝ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: last night
Russian meaning: прошлой ночью
Old Japanese: kjiso
Middle Japanese: kiso
Comments: JLTT 452. OJ also has kjinopu 'yesterday' (modern kinō), which may be a contraction < *kisǝ-nǝ-pu (with a not quite clear -pu: is it = *pi 'day'?).
Proto-Japanese: *kínsú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: scar
Russian meaning: шрам, рана
Old Japanese: kjizu
Middle Japanese: kízú
Tokyo: kìzu
Kyoto: kízú
Kagoshima: kízù
Comments: JLTT 452.
Proto-Japanese: *kinta
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gills
Russian meaning: жабры
Old Japanese: kjida
Proto-Japanese: *kìnú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: silk; cloth, robe
Russian meaning: шелк; одежда, платье
Old Japanese: kjinu
Middle Japanese: kìnú
Tokyo: kínu
Kyoto: kìnú
Kagoshima: kinú
Comments: JLTT 451.
Proto-Japanese: *kìpà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: edge, side
Russian meaning: край, бок
Old Japanese: kjipa
Middle Japanese: kìfà
Tokyo: kiwá
Kyoto: kíwà
Kagoshima: kiwá
Comments: JLTT 452.
Proto-Japanese: *kìr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to cut
Russian meaning: резать
Old Japanese: kjir-
Middle Japanese: kìr-
Tokyo: kír-
Kyoto: kìr-
Kagoshima: kìr-
Comments: JLTT 709.
Proto-Japanese: *kìrà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shining, glittering
Russian meaning: блестящий, сверкать
Old Japanese: k(j)ira-k(j)ira-si 'beautiful'
Middle Japanese: kìrà-kìrà-
Tokyo: kíra-kira, kira-mék-
Kyoto: kírà-kìrà, kírá-mék-
Kagoshima: kira-kíra, kira-mék-
Comments: JLTT 708.
Proto-Japanese: *kíráp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hate
Russian meaning: ненавидеть
Old Japanese: kjirap-
Middle Japanese: kíráf-
Tokyo: kìra-
Kyoto: kírá-
Kagoshima: kirá-
Comments: JLTT 708.
Proto-Japanese: *kìrí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: drill, awl
Russian meaning: сверло, шило
Old Japanese: kjiri
Middle Japanese: kìrì
Tokyo: kíri
Kyoto: kìrí
Kagoshima: kíri
Comments: JLTT 451. Accent in Kagoshima is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *kírí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Paulownia tomenfosa
Russian meaning: павлония войлочная
Old Japanese: k(j)iri
Middle Japanese: kírí
Tokyo: kìri
Kyoto: kírí
Kagoshima: kíri
Comments: JLTT 451.
Proto-Japanese: *kìrì(n)kíri-su
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: grasshopper
Russian meaning: кузнечик
Middle Japanese: kirigirisu
Tokyo: kirigírisu
Kyoto: kìrìgírìsu
Kagoshima: kirigirisú
Comments: JLTT 451.
Proto-Japanese: *kisa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: elephant
Russian meaning: слон
Old Japanese: k(j)isa
Middle Japanese: kísà, kìzá
Comments: JLTT 451.
Proto-Japanese: *kìsàra-(n)ki
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: second month of the lunar calendar
Russian meaning: второй месяц лунного календаря
Old Japanese: k(j)isarag(j)i
Middle Japanese: kisaragi
Tokyo: kìsaragi
Kyoto: kísárágí
Kagoshima: kisaragí
Comments: JLTT 451. Accent evidence is rather in favour of low tone, although the Kyoto form is aberrant.
Proto-Japanese: *kisuap- ( ~ *kisǝp-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to contest
Russian meaning: соревноваться
Middle Japanese: kisof-
Tokyo: kisó-
Kyoto: kísó-
Kagoshima: kisó-
Comments: JLTT 709. PJ accent unclear: Tokyo points to low tone in the first syllable, Kagoshima - to high; the Kyoto accent is ambiguous, while the word is not attested in RJ.
Proto-Japanese: *kítà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: North
Russian meaning: север
Old Japanese: k(j)ita
Middle Japanese: kítà
Tokyo: kitá
Kyoto: kítà
Kagoshima: kíta
Comments: JLTT 452.
Proto-Japanese: *kìtà-nà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: dirty
Russian meaning: грязный
Old Japanese: kjita-na-
Middle Japanese: kita-na-
Tokyo: kitaná-
Kyoto: kítánà-
Kagoshima: kitaná-
Comments: JLTT 832.
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