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Proto-Japanese: *na(n)ki ( ~ -ui)
Meaning: a k. of evergreen tree
Russian meaning: вид вечнозеленого дерева
Old Japanese: nag(j)i
Comments: JLTT 491 ("a k. of black pine"). [Cf. Man. nuŋgila 'липа'?]
Proto-Japanese: *nànkui
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 a k. of grass (pickerelweed, water mallow?) 2 a k. of onion
Russian meaning: 1 вид травы (водяная мальва?) 2 вид лука
Old Japanese: nagi 1
Middle Japanese: nàgì 1
Tokyo: négi 2
Kyoto: nègî 2
Kagoshima: negí 2
Comments: JLTT 491, 495. Modern forms (attested since 18th c.) probably reflect a reinterpretation of the stem as a compound "root + onion" (*kui), which explains also some accent irregularities.
Proto-Japanese: *nàntá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: open sea
Russian meaning: открытое море
Old Japanese: nada
Middle Japanese: nada
Tokyo: náda
Kyoto: nádà
Kagoshima: náda
Comments: JLTT 490. Accent is not quite clear: most probably *nà(n)tá ( > Tok. náda, with a further accent borrowing in Kyoto and Kagoshima).
Proto-Japanese: *nàntá-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stroke, pat
Russian meaning: гладить
Old Japanese: nada-
Middle Japanese: nàda-
Tokyo: nadé-
Kyoto: nàdè-
Kagoshima: nàdè-
Comments: JLTT 730.
Proto-Japanese: *nàntà- / *nǝ̀ntǝ́-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to quieten, keep quiet 2 quiet, peaceful
Russian meaning: 1 успокаивать 2 тихий, спокойный
Old Japanese: nadama- 1, nodo 2
Middle Japanese: nàdàma-, nodoma- 1, nodoka 2
Tokyo: nadamé- 1, nadáraka, nódoka 2
Kyoto: nádámé- 1, nádárákà, nòdókà 2
Kagoshima: nàdàmè- 1, nadaraká, nodoká 2
Comments: JLTT 730.
Proto-Japanese: *nà(n)tùki
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: brain, marrow
Russian meaning: мозг, костный мозг
Old Japanese: nadukji
Middle Japanese: nàdùki
Comments: JLTT 494.
Proto-Japanese: *nàntúna
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shepherd's purse
Russian meaning: пастушья сумка
Middle Japanese: nàdúna
Tokyo: nàzuna
Kyoto: názúná
Kagoshima: nazuná
Comments: JLTT 494. The Kyoto accent is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *nàp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to wind (a string) 2 string, rope
Russian meaning: 1 вить (веревку) 2 веревка
Old Japanese: napa 2
Middle Japanese: nàf- 1, nàfà 2
Tokyo: ná- 1, nawá 2
Kyoto: nà- 1, náwà 2
Kagoshima: nà- 1, nawá 2
Comments: JLTT 494, 733.
Proto-Japanese: *nàpài
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sprout
Russian meaning: росток
Old Japanese: nape
Middle Japanese: nàfè
Tokyo: náe
Kyoto: nàé
Kagoshima: naé
Comments: JLTT 490. Both Tokyo and Kyoto point to a variant *nàpái (Kagoshima is ambiguous).
Proto-Japanese: *nàpǝ́
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: better, more
Russian meaning: лучше, больше
Old Japanese: nap(w)o
Middle Japanese: nàfó
Tokyo: náo
Kyoto: nàó
Kagoshima: náo
Comments: JLTT 493. All evidence points to *nàpǝ́, except for Kagoshima (possibly under literary influence).
Proto-Japanese: *nà-r- / *nà-s-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be born, become 2 to bear, bring forth
Russian meaning: 1 рождаться, становиться 2 рождать, создавать
Old Japanese: nar- 1, nas- 2
Middle Japanese: nàr- 1, nàs- 2
Tokyo: nár- 1, nás- 2
Kyoto: nàr- 1, nàs- 2
Kagoshima: nàr- 1, nàs- 2
Comments: JLTT 733.
Proto-Japanese: *nàrà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of oak
Russian meaning: вид дуба
Old Japanese: nara
Middle Japanese: nàrà
Tokyo: nára
Kyoto: nárà
Kagoshima: nára
Comments: JLTT 493. Accent in Tokyo and Kagoshima is aberrant.
Proto-Japanese: *nárá(m)p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be placed in a row
Russian meaning: выстраиваться в ряд
Old Japanese: narab-
Middle Japanese: náráb-
Tokyo: nàrab-
Kyoto: náráb-
Kagoshima: naráb-
Comments: JLTT 732.
Proto-Japanese: *nàràs-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to make even, flat
Russian meaning: выравнивать, сглаживать
Old Japanese: naras-
Middle Japanese: nàràs-
Tokyo: narás-
Kyoto: nàràs-
Kagoshima: nàràs-
Comments: JLTT 732. Kyoto points to *nàrás-, but RJ and Kagoshima rather to *nàràs-.
Proto-Japanese: *nàs-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to pay back a debt
Russian meaning: возвращать долг
Middle Japanese: nas-
Tokyo: nás-
Kyoto: nàs-
Kagoshima: nàs-
Proto-Japanese: *nàsàkài
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pity, sympathy
Russian meaning: сострадание, жалость
Middle Japanese: nàsàkè
Tokyo: nasaké, násake
Kyoto: násàkè
Kagoshima: nasaké
Comments: JLTT 494.
Proto-Japanese: *násì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pear
Russian meaning: груша
Old Japanese: nasi
Middle Japanese: násì
Tokyo: nashí
Kyoto: náshì
Kagoshima: náshi
Comments: JLTT 494.
Proto-Japanese: *nasur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to smear, rub
Russian meaning: мазать, тереть
Tokyo: nasúr-
Kyoto: násúr-
Kagoshima: nasúr-
Comments: JLTT 733. PJ accent is unclear.
Proto-Japanese: *nátá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hatchet
Russian meaning: топорик
Tokyo: nàta, natá
Kyoto: nátá
Kagoshima: nátà
Comments: JLTT 494.
Proto-Japanese: *nátù
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: summer
Russian meaning: лето
Old Japanese: natu
Middle Japanese: natu
Tokyo: natsú
Kyoto: nátsù
Kagoshima: nátsu
Comments: JLTT 494.
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