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Proto-Japanese: *nínkír-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hold in the hand
Russian meaning: хватать, держать в руке
Old Japanese: nigjir-
Middle Japanese: nígír-
Tokyo: nìgir-
Kyoto: nígír-
Kagoshima: nìgìr-
Comments: JLTT 735.
Proto-Japanese: *nípá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: yard
Russian meaning: двор
Old Japanese: nipa
Middle Japanese: nífá
Tokyo: nìwa
Kyoto: níwá
Kagoshima: níwa
Comments: JLTT 498.
Proto-Japanese: *nìpǝ̀-p-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to smell
Russian meaning: пахнуть
Old Japanese: nipop-
Middle Japanese: nìfòf-
Tokyo: nió-
Kyoto: níó-
Kagoshima: nìò-
Comments: JLTT 736.
Proto-Japanese: *nípí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: new
Russian meaning: новый
Old Japanese: nipji-
Middle Japanese: nífí-
Tokyo: nìi-
Kyoto: níí-
Kagoshima: ní-ke
Nase: mī́-
Shuri: mī́-
Hateruma: nɨ̄̀-
Comments: JLTT 497.
Proto-Japanese: *nírai
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: elm
Russian meaning: вяз
Old Japanese: nire
Middle Japanese: níre
Tokyo: nìre
Kyoto: nírè
Kagoshima: nírè
Comments: JLTT 498. All sources point to a high tone on the 1st syllable.
Proto-Japanese: *nìrà(n)k-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put heated metal into water
Russian meaning: закалять металл
Middle Japanese: nìràg-
Comments: JLTT 736.
Proto-Japanese: *nùa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: field
Russian meaning: поле
Old Japanese: nwo
Middle Japanese: no
Tokyo: nó
Kyoto: nṑ
Kagoshima: nò
Comments: JLTT 499.
Proto-Japanese: *nuànkà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to pass 2 to escape
Russian meaning: 1 проходить мимо 2 убегать
Old Japanese: nwoga-nap- / nuga-nap- 1, n(w)ogara- 2
Middle Japanese: nogara- 2
Tokyo: nogaré- 2
Kyoto: nógáré- 2
Kagoshima: nògàrè- 2
Comments: JLTT 736.
Proto-Japanese: *núk-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to break through, pass through
Russian meaning: проходить через, насквозь
Old Japanese: nuk-
Middle Japanese: núk-
Tokyo: nùk-
Kyoto: núk-
Kagoshima: nùk-
Comments: JLTT 738. Kagoshima has an irregular accent.
Proto-Japanese: *nùk-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to take off clothes
Russian meaning: снимать одежду
Old Japanese: nuk-, nukjit-
Middle Japanese: nùg-
Tokyo: núg-
Kyoto: nùg-
Kagoshima: nùg-
Comments: JLTT 738.
Proto-Japanese: *nùkà
Meaning: rice screening, bran
Russian meaning: рисовые высевки
Old Japanese: nuka
Tokyo: nuká
Kyoto: núkà
Kagoshima: nuká
Comments: JLTT 502.
Proto-Japanese: *núká-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to miss, misbehave, make a faux pas
Russian meaning: допускать оплошность, промах
Middle Japanese: núká-r-
Tokyo: nùkar-
Kyoto: núkár-
Kagoshima: nukár-
Comments: JLTT 738.
Proto-Japanese: *núká-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to get muddy
Russian meaning: пачкаться, быть топким
Tokyo: nùkar-
Kyoto: núkár-
Kagoshima: nukár-
Comments: JLTT 738.
Proto-Japanese: *nuki
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cross-beam
Russian meaning: балка, поперечная рейка
Middle Japanese: nuki
Tokyo: nuki
Comments: Usually analysed as a deverbative from *núk- 'to pass through' - but external evidence shows that this is rather a folk etymology.
Proto-Japanese: *nuki
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: weft thread
Russian meaning: уточная нить, уточная пряжа
Old Japanese: nuk(j)i
Tokyo: nuki-íto
Comments: JLTT 502.
Proto-Japanese: *nùkù-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: warm
Russian meaning: теплый
Middle Japanese: nukuto-, nuku- (Edo)
Tokyo: nukú-
Kyoto: núku-
Kagoshima: nukí
Nase: núkù-
Shuri: núkú-
Hateruma: nṑ-
Yonakuni: nùkú-
Comments: JLTT 854.
Proto-Japanese: *númà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: swamp, marsh
Russian meaning: болото
Old Japanese: numa
Middle Japanese: númà
Tokyo: numá
Kyoto: númà
Kagoshima: núma
Comments: JLTT 502.
Proto-Japanese: *numa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: important place, thing, affair
Russian meaning: важное место, дело
Old Japanese: numa, num(j)i
Proto-Japanese: *numpa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fruit of the hiōgi plant (Belamcanda chinensis; dark red, violet / black in colour)
Russian meaning: плод дерева Belamcanda chinensis; темно-красного, фиолетового / черного цвета
Old Japanese: nuba-tama
Tokyo: ubatama
Comments: JLTT 501.
Proto-Japanese: *núN- / *núiN- / *núaN-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: rainbow
Russian meaning: радуга
Old Japanese: nizi, nuzi, dial. n(w)ozi
Middle Japanese: nízì
Tokyo: nijí
Kyoto: níjì
Kagoshima: níji
Comments: JLTT 498-499. The word raises many problems, due to irregular reshapings. Most forms reflect *nVn-si, but there are some going back to *nVn-ki, like Akita nogi, Shuri nūǯi etc. (see ibid.), so we conclude that the original stem must have been *nuN-, with varying suffixation.
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