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Proto-Japanese: *nài ( ~ nìa)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: root
Russian meaning: корень
Old Japanese: ne
Middle Japanese: nè
Tokyo: nè
Kyoto: nḕ
Kagoshima: né
Nase: nɨ̀-gùrí
Shuri: nī́
Hateruma: nī́
Yonakuni: nī̀
Comments: JLTT 495.
Proto-Japanese: *nàimpà-r- (~-ia-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to glue, stick to
Russian meaning: приклеиваться, прилипать
Middle Japanese: nemar-
Tokyo: nebár-
Kyoto: nébár-
Kagoshima: nèbàr-
Comments: JLTT 734.
Proto-Japanese: *náimpú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: silken acacia, Albizzia Julibrissin Durazz.
Russian meaning: шелковистая акация
Old Japanese: nebu
Middle Japanese: nébúrí-ki
Tokyo: nemu-no-ki
Comments: JLTT 495.
Proto-Japanese: *nàità-m- ( ~ -ia-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to envy, be jealous of
Russian meaning: завидовать, ревновать
Old Japanese: netam-
Middle Japanese: nètàm-
Tokyo: netam-
Comments: JLTT 734.
Proto-Japanese: *nàjàm-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to suffer, be troubled
Russian meaning: страдать, мучиться
Old Japanese: najam-
Middle Japanese: nàjàm-
Tokyo: nayám-
Kyoto: náyám-
Kagoshima: nàyàm-
Comments: JLTT 733.
Proto-Japanese: *nák-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to weep, cry
Russian meaning: плакать
Old Japanese: nak-
Middle Japanese: nák-
Tokyo: nàk-
Kyoto: nák-
Kagoshima: nák-
Comments: JLTT 731.
Proto-Japanese: *nàká
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: middle
Russian meaning: середина
Old Japanese: naka
Middle Japanese: nàká
Tokyo: náka
Kyoto: nàká
Kagoshima: naká
Comments: JLTT 491.
Proto-Japanese: *nakatai
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of fish, eel
Russian meaning: вид рыбы, угорь
Old Japanese: nakate
Proto-Japanese: *nà-, *-(a)n-, *ìná
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 not (verbal negation) 2 lacking, non-existent 3 not, negation 4 to negate, dismiss
Russian meaning: 1 не (глагольное отрицание) 2 нет, отсутствующий, несуществующий 3 не, несогласие 4 отрицать, не допускать
Old Japanese: -(a)n- 1, na- 2, ina 3, ina-b- 4
Middle Japanese: -(a)n- 1, na- 2, ìná 3, ìnà-b- 4
Tokyo: ná- 2, -na- 1, ína 3, inam- 4
Kyoto: nà-
Kagoshima: nà-
Nase: -N,né-
Shuri: -N,nḗ-
Hateruma: nḕ-
Yonakuni: -núN
Comments: JLTT 424, 697, 835. *-(a)n- is a verbal negation, probably reflecting the original first vowel of the root *an- (preserved because of the loss of final -i in an auxiliary verbal morpheme). *ìná is a regular reflex of *ā̀ni, while the adjective *nà- 'lacking, non-existent' reveals a secondary loss of initial vowel.
Proto-Japanese: *nam-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to arrange (be arranged) in a row
Russian meaning: расставлять(ся) в ряд, упорядочивать(ся)
Old Japanese: nam- (intr.), nama- (trans.)
Comments: JLTT 731, 732.
Proto-Japanese: *nàmàka-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be lazy
Russian meaning: лениться
Middle Japanese: namaka-
Tokyo: namaké-
Kyoto: námáké-
Kagoshima: namaké-
Comments: JLTT 731. Tone correspondence is not quite regular (low tone would be expected in Kagoshima).
Proto-Japanese: *nàmà(n)tù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sheat-fish
Russian meaning: сом
Middle Japanese: nàmàdù
Tokyo: nàmazu
Kyoto: námàzù
Kagoshima: namazú
Comments: JLTT 492. The Tokyo accent is aberrant (pointing rather to LHH).
Proto-Japanese: *nàmári
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lead, tin
Russian meaning: свинец, жесть
Old Japanese: namari
Middle Japanese: nàmári
Tokyo: nàmari
Kyoto: nàmárì
Kagoshima: namarí
Comments: JLTT 492. Except for Tokyo, all accent reflexes point to *nàmárì.
Proto-Japanese: *nàmâ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fresh, raw
Russian meaning: свежий, сырой
Old Japanese: nama
Middle Japanese: nama
Tokyo: náma
Kyoto: nàmâ
Kagoshima: namá
Comments: JLTT 491.
Proto-Japanese: *nàmì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wave
Russian meaning: волна
Old Japanese: namji
Middle Japanese: nàmì
Tokyo: namí
Kyoto: námì
Kagoshima: namí
Comments: JLTT 492.
Proto-Japanese: *nàmià
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: slippery, smooth
Russian meaning: скользкий, гладкий
Old Japanese: namje
Middle Japanese: nàmè
Tokyo: naméraka
Kyoto: námérákà
Kagoshima: nameraká
Comments: JLTT 492.
Proto-Japanese: *ná(N)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: name
Russian meaning: имя
Old Japanese: na
Middle Japanese: nà
Tokyo: nà(mae)
Kyoto: nā̂
Kagoshima: ná, namáe
Nase: ná
Shuri: nā́
Hateruma: nàN
Yonakuni: nā́
Comments: JLTT 490. RJ has nà, but all modern dialects point unanimously to *ná(N). Final -N is indicated by Hateruma nàN.
Proto-Japanese: *nana-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: seven
Russian meaning: семь
Old Japanese: nana-
Middle Japanese: nànà-
Tokyo: naná-
Kyoto: nánà-
Kagoshima: nànà-
Comments: JLTT 493. As with most other numerals, the accent reconstruction is not quite clear.
Proto-Japanese: *nànkà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: long
Russian meaning: длинный
Old Japanese: naga-
Middle Japanese: nàgà-
Tokyo: nagá-
Kyoto: nága-
Kagoshima: náge
Nase: nàgà-
Shuri: nágá-
Hateruma: nà-
Yonakuni: nā́-
Comments: JLTT 836. The Kagoshima tone is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *nánkì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: calm water, windless weather
Russian meaning: штиль, безветренная погода
Old Japanese: nagji
Tokyo: nagí
Kyoto: nágì
Kagoshima: nági
Comments: JLTT 491.
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