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Proto-Japanese: *nǝr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to resemble
Russian meaning: быть похожим
Old Japanese: n(w)or-
Proto-Japanese: *nǝrǝ ~ *nuarua
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Manchu roe, Capreolus bedfordi Thomas.
Russian meaning: маньчжурская косуля
Tokyo: noro, noro-jika
Proto-Japanese: *nǝrǝ- (~-ua-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: slow
Russian meaning: медленный
Middle Japanese: noro-
Tokyo: noró-
Kyoto: nórò-
Kagoshima: nóro-
Comments: JLTT 837. Accent unclear: Kagoshima A points to *nuáruá-, but Tokyo norói - to *nuàruà-.
Proto-Japanese: *nǝ́rǝ́-sí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bonfire, flame
Russian meaning: костер, пламя
Middle Japanese: norosi
Tokyo: nòroshi
Kyoto: nóróshí
Kagoshima: noróshi
Proto-Japanese: *nǝ̀rì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: rice starch; coagulated blood
Russian meaning: рисовый крахмал; свернувшаяся кровь
Old Japanese: nori
Middle Japanese: nori
Tokyo: norí
Kyoto: nórì
Kagoshima: norí
Comments: JLTT 500.
Proto-Japanese: *nǝ̀rì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sea moss, sea weed
Russian meaning: морской мох, морские водоросли
Old Japanese: nori
Middle Japanese: nori
Tokyo: norí
Kyoto: nórì
Kagoshima: norí
Comments: JLTT 500.
Proto-Japanese: *nǝ̀s-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 a k. of small flat-iron 2 to stretch, flatten
Russian meaning: 1 вид маленького утюга 2 растягивать, разглаживать, утюжить
Old Japanese: n(w)osi 1
Middle Japanese: nòsì 1
Tokyo: nós- 2, noshí 1
Kyoto: nós- 2, nóshì 1
Kagoshima: nós-, nòs- 2, noshí 1
Comments: JLTT 501, 737. Verbal accent (nós- in Kyoto and the variant nós- in Kagoshima) is not quite clear.
Proto-Japanese: *nǝ̀tì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: after, afterwards
Russian meaning: потом, впоследствии
Old Japanese: noti
Middle Japanese: nòtì
Tokyo: nochí, nòchi
Kyoto: nóchí
Kagoshima: nochí
Comments: JLTT 501. The Kyoto reflex and the Tokyo variant nòchi are irregular and may point to a variant *nǝ́tí in PJ.
Proto-Japanese: *ní-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to resemble
Russian meaning: быть похожим
Old Japanese: ni-
Middle Japanese: ní-
Tokyo: nì-
Kyoto: ní-
Kagoshima: ní-
Comments: JLTT 736.
Proto-Japanese: *nì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: burden, load
Russian meaning: ноша, груз
Old Japanese: ni
Middle Japanese: nì
Tokyo: ní
Kyoto: nì
Kagoshima: nì
Comments: JLTT 496. A reconstruction *nǝ̀-i is also not excluded - if the same root may be recovered in OJ no-sakji 'first crop of the year, sent as tribute to the court'; the derivation is, however, not entirely convincing.
Proto-Japanese: *ní-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to boil
Russian meaning: варить
Old Japanese: ni-
Middle Japanese: ní-
Tokyo: nì-
Kyoto: ní-
Kagoshima: ní-
Comments: JLTT 736.
Proto-Japanese: *nì ( ~ *nù-i)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: earth, dirt; red clay
Russian meaning: земля, грязь; красная глина
Old Japanese: ni
Middle Japanese: nì
Tokyo: ni
Comments: JLTT 496.
Proto-Japanese: *niàkua ( ~ *nàikua)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cat
Russian meaning: кошка
Old Japanese: nekwo
Tokyo: néko
Kyoto: nékò
Kagoshima: nekó
Comments: JLTT 495. Accent is not quite clear: probably a variation of *nàikuà ( > Kyoto nékò) and *nàikuá (Tokyo néko); Kagoshima supports low tone on the first syllable, but is irrelevant for the second one.
Proto-Japanese: *niànkà-p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to wish, demand
Russian meaning: желать, требовать
Old Japanese: negap-
Middle Japanese: nègàf-, nègáf-
Tokyo: negá-
Kyoto: négá-
Kagoshima: nègà-
Comments: JLTT 734.
Proto-Japanese: *niàr- ( ~ *náir-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to tan, knead
Russian meaning: дубить, мять
Old Japanese: ner-
Middle Japanese: nèr-
Tokyo: nér-
Kyoto: nèr-
Kagoshima: nèr-
Comments: JLTT 734.
Proto-Japanese: *nìkù-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hateful, hate
Russian meaning: противный, ненавидеть
Old Japanese: niku-, niku-m-
Middle Japanese: niku-, nìkù-m-
Tokyo: nikú-, nikú-m-
Kyoto: níkù-, níkú-m-
Kagoshima: nikú-, nìkùm-
Comments: JLTT 837.
Proto-Japanese: *níkuá- / *níkí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mild, soft (in part. of heart, soul)
Russian meaning: мягкий, добрый (в частн. о сердце, душе)
Old Japanese: nikwo-, nikji- (nikji-tama)
Middle Japanese: níkó-, níkí-
Comments: JLTT 497.
Proto-Japanese: *nìnkà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bitter, sour
Russian meaning: горький, кислый
Middle Japanese: nìgà-
Tokyo: nigá-
Kyoto: nígà-
Kagoshima: nigá-
Comments: JLTT 837.
Proto-Japanese: *nìnká-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to run away, escape
Russian meaning: убегать
Old Japanese: niga-
Middle Japanese: nìgá-
Tokyo: nigé-
Kyoto: nigé-
Kagoshima: nìge-
Comments: JLTT 735.
Proto-Japanese: *nìnkǝ̀r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: be dreggy, muddy
Russian meaning: быть грязным, с осадком
Old Japanese: nigor-
Middle Japanese: nìgòr-
Tokyo: nigór-
Kyoto: nígór-
Kagoshima: nìgòr-
Comments: JLTT 735.
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