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Proto-Japanese: *más-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to become bigger 2 more, again
Russian meaning: 1 увеличиваться 2 больше, снова
Old Japanese: mas- 1, masu(masu) 2
Middle Japanese: más- 1
Tokyo: màs- 1, masúmasu 2
Kyoto: màs- 1, màsúmásù 2
Kagoshima: más- 1, masumásu 2
Comments: JLTT 473, 721. Kyoto màs- is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *masa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be prematurely developed
Russian meaning: быть преждевременно развитым
Tokyo: masé-
Kyoto: màsè-
Kagoshima: masé-
Comments: Accent is not quite clear: Kagoshima points to *másá-, but Kyoto and Tokyo rather to *màsá-.
Proto-Japanese: *màsà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sword 2 timber axe
Russian meaning: 1 меч 2 топор
Old Japanese: masakari 2
Middle Japanese: màsàfì 1, màsàkàrì 2
Tokyo: masakari 2
Comments: JLTT 472.
Proto-Japanese: *masi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: monkey
Russian meaning: обезьяна
Old Japanese: masi
Middle Japanese: masi, masira
Comments: JLTT 473.
Proto-Japanese: *màsù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a measure (for grain)
Russian meaning: мера (зерна)
Old Japanese: masu
Middle Japanese: màsù
Tokyo: masú
Kyoto: másù
Kagoshima: masú
Comments: JLTT 473.
Proto-Japanese: *masu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: square shape, shape with angles
Russian meaning: квадратная форма
Middle Japanese: masu-gata
Tokyo: masugata
Proto-Japanese: *mású-rá-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: brave man
Russian meaning: храбрец, герой
Old Japanese: masura-(wo)
Middle Japanese: másúrá-wò
Tokyo: màsurao, masuráo
Kyoto: másúráó
Kagoshima: masuráo
Comments: JLTT 473.
Proto-Japanese: *mátì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: street, quarter
Russian meaning: улица, квартал
Old Japanese: mati
Middle Japanese: mátì
Tokyo: machí
Kyoto: mátì
Kagoshima: máti
Comments: JLTT 473.
Proto-Japanese: *màtú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pine tree
Russian meaning: сосна
Old Japanese: matu
Middle Japanese: màtú
Tokyo: mátsu
Kyoto: màtsú
Kagoshima: matsú
Comments: JLTT 474.
Proto-Japanese: *mátua
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: target
Russian meaning: цель, мишень
Old Japanese: matwo
Middle Japanese: máto
Tokyo: màto
Kyoto: mátó
Kagoshima: mátò
Comments: JLTT 473.
Proto-Japanese: *màtuàp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hesitate
Russian meaning: сомневаться
Old Japanese: matwop-
Middle Japanese: màtòf-
Tokyo: madó-
Kyoto: mádó-
Kagoshima: madó-
Comments: JLTT 719. Accent in Kagoshima is irregular (probably under literary influence).
Proto-Japanese: *mát(u)áp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to roll up, wrap
Russian meaning: свертывать, заворачивать
Old Japanese: matup-
Middle Japanese: mátóf-
Tokyo: mató-
Kyoto: mátó-
Kagoshima: mató-
Comments: JLTT 721. The Tokyo accent is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *mátúr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to worship (relig.)
Russian meaning: поклоняться, обожествлять
Old Japanese: matur-
Middle Japanese: mátúr-
Tokyo: màtsur-
Kyoto: mátsúr-
Kagoshima: matsúr-
Comments: JLTT 722.
Proto-Japanese: *màwǝ- ( ~ -u)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to walk, come
Russian meaning: идти, ходить, приходить
Old Japanese: mawi-r-, mawu-
Middle Japanese: màwí-r-
Tokyo: máir-
Kyoto: màìr-
Kagoshima: màìr-
Comments: JLTT 719. Tok. máir- < maír- with an accent shift in a diphthong.
Proto-Japanese: *màwǝ̀-s-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to speak (polite)
Russian meaning: говорить (вежл.)
Old Japanese: mawos-
Middle Japanese: maus-
Tokyo: mṓs-
Kyoto: mṓs-
Kagoshima: mṑs-
Comments: JLTT 726.
Proto-Japanese: *mǝ̀ ( ~ *muà)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: funeral, mourning
Russian meaning: похороны, траур
Old Japanese: m(w)o
Middle Japanese: mò
Tokyo: mò
Kyoto: mó
Kagoshima: mó
Comments: JLTT 484. Modern dialects point rather to *mǝ́.
Proto-Japanese: *mǝ̀ (~*muà)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: edible seaweed
Russian meaning: водоросли (съедобные)
Old Japanese: m(w)o
Middle Japanese: mò
Tokyo: mò
Kyoto: mṓ
Kagoshima: mó
Comments: JLTT 484. Modern accentuation points rather to high tone, but RJ explicitly has a low tone.
Proto-Japanese: *mǝ̀k-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to pull out
Russian meaning: вырывать, отрывать
Middle Japanese: mòk-
Tokyo: móg-
Kyoto: móg-
Kagoshima: móg-
Comments: JLTT 726. RJ and Tokyo point unambiguosly to low tone; accent in Kyoto and Kagoshima is most probably influenced by the Tokyo form.
Proto-Japanese: *mǝkǝ-jǝp- (~-ua-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to creep (as snake)
Russian meaning: ползти (о змее)
Old Japanese: m(w)ok(w)oj(w)op- ( ~ -g-)
Middle Japanese: mokojof-
Proto-Japanese: *mǝ́m-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: flying squirrel
Russian meaning: белка-летяга
Middle Japanese: mómí
Tokyo: momonga
Comments: JLTT 484.
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