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Proto-Japanese: *kusam-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sneeze
Russian meaning: чихание
Middle Japanese: kusame
Tokyo: kushámi
Kyoto: kúshàmì
Kagoshima: kushámi
Comments: Accent reconstruction is unclear. Cf. also OJ kutut- 'to snore'.
Proto-Japanese: *kùsá(m)pu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hedgehog
Russian meaning: еж
Middle Japanese: kùsábú
Comments: JLTT 465.
Proto-Japanese: *kúsàpì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wedge, brace, clinch
Russian meaning: клин, скоба, шпонка
Middle Japanese: kúsàfì, kúsàbì
Tokyo: kùsabi
Kyoto: kúsábí
Kagoshima: kusabí
Comments: JLTT 465. The word has a rare accent structure HLL.
Proto-Japanese: *kúsárì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: chain
Russian meaning: цепь
Old Japanese: kusari; kusar- 'to be linked, chained together'
Middle Japanese: kúsárì
Tokyo: kùsari
Kyoto: kúsárí
Kagoshima: kusári
Comments: JLTT 466. Modern dialects point rather to *kúsárí.
Proto-Japanese: *kùsì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: spit, skewer; comb
Russian meaning: вертел
Old Japanese: kusi
Middle Japanese: kùsì
Tokyo: kushí
Kyoto: kúshì
Kagoshima: kushí
Comments: JLTT 466.
Proto-Japanese: *kusi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of nut
Russian meaning: вид ореха
Old Japanese: kusi
Proto-Japanese: *kusirǝ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bracelet
Russian meaning: браслет
Old Japanese: kusiro
Comments: JLTT 466.
Proto-Japanese: *kùsú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Cinnamonum camphora Sieb.
Russian meaning: камфорное дерево
Old Japanese: kusu
Middle Japanese: kùsú(nò ki)
Tokyo: kusú(no ki)
Kyoto: kùsú(nò kì)
Kagoshima: kùsù(nò kí)
Comments: JLTT 466.
Proto-Japanese: *kùsù-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: strange ( < 'deviating'?)
Russian meaning: странный ( < 'отклоняющийся'?)
Old Japanese: kusu-, kusi
Middle Japanese: kùsù-
Comments: JLTT 833.
Proto-Japanese: *kùsù-(m)p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to smoke, fume
Russian meaning: дымить(ся)
Middle Japanese: kusuba-
Tokyo: kusubúr-
Kyoto: kúsúbúr-
Kagoshima: kùsùbùr-
Comments: JLTT 717.
Proto-Japanese: *kúsú(n)kúr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to tickle
Russian meaning: щекотать
Tokyo: kùsugur-
Kyoto: kúsúgúr-
Kagoshima: kusugúr-
Comments: JLTT 717.
Proto-Japanese: *kùtà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be tired, worn out
Russian meaning: уставать, изнашиваться
Tokyo: kutabiré-
Kyoto: kútábíré-
Kagoshima: kùtàbìrè-
Comments: JLTT 717. Cf. also redupl. kuta-kuta (ni) 'tired, worn out (adv.)'; with a different (emphatic?) accent: MJ kutabari 'a person who is too old (sl.)', mod. Tokyo kutabàr- 'to live too long (sl.)', Kyoto kútábár-, Kagoshima kutabár- id.
Proto-Japanese: *kutai
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bog, marsh
Russian meaning: болото
Middle Japanese: kute
Proto-Japanese: *kútí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mouth
Russian meaning: рот
Old Japanese: kuti
Middle Japanese: kútí
Tokyo: kùchi
Kyoto: kúchí
Kagoshima: kúchi ( = kúT)
Nase: ku_̀čí
Shuri: kúčì
Hateruma: fu_̀cɨ̀
Yonakuni: thī́
Comments: JLTT 467.
Proto-Japanese: *kútí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: falcon
Russian meaning: сокол
Old Japanese: kuti
Middle Japanese: kútí
Comments: JLTT 467, Miller 1979.
Proto-Japanese: *kútí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Gardenia jasminoides
Russian meaning: Gardenia jasminoides
Middle Japanese: kútínasi
Tokyo: kùchinashi
Kyoto: kúchínáshí
Kagoshima: kuchináshi
Proto-Japanese: *kútí-(n)-pírù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lips, beak
Russian meaning: губы, клюв
Old Japanese: kuti-pjiru
Middle Japanese: kútí-bírù
Tokyo: kùchibiru
Kyoto: kùchìbírù
Kagoshima: kuchibíru
Comments: JLTT 467. A compound with *kútí 'mouth'.
Proto-Japanese: *kutu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to turn upside down
Russian meaning: переворачиваться (вверх дном)
Old Japanese: kutu-kapjer-
Middle Japanese: kútú-kafer-
Tokyo: kutsugáe-
Kyoto: kútsúgáé-
Kagoshima: kùtsùgàè-
Comments: JLTT 718. The PJ accent is not clear. Cf. also OJ katug- 'to carry on the shoulders' (perhaps < kutug- under the influence of kata 'shoulder', kataga- 'carry on the shoulder').
Proto-Japanese: *kutu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to rot, become spoiled
Russian meaning: гнить, портиться
Old Japanese: kutu-, caus. kutas-
Middle Japanese: kùtu-, caus. kútás-
Tokyo: kuchí-, kùchi-
Kyoto: kúchí-
Kagoshima: kùchì-
Comments: JLTT 717. Original accentuation is not quite clear. The causative kútás- in RJ and the variant kúchí- in Tokyo point to a high tone (corresponding to Turkic length), but other evidence is in favour of a low tone.
Proto-Japanese: *kùtù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shoe
Russian meaning: обувь, ботинок
Old Japanese: kutu
Middle Japanese: kùtù, kùtú
Tokyo: kutsú
Kyoto: kútsù
Kagoshima: kutsú
Comments: JLTT 467. Jpn. > Kor. kudu id.
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