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Proto-Japanese: *pànkì
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shin
Russian meaning: голень
Old Japanese: pagji
Middle Japanese: fàgì
Tokyo: hagí
Kyoto: hágì
Kagoshima: hagí
Nase: hágì 'foot, leg'
Hateruma: páN 'foot, leg'
Yonakuni: háN 'foot, leg'
Comments: JLTT 395. In Ryukyu dialects the word means 'foot, leg': cf. Nase hágì, Hateruma páN, Yonaguni háN 'foot, leg' etc.
Proto-Japanese: *pànkiá-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mighty, passionate, severe
Russian meaning: мощный, страстный, суровый
Old Japanese: pag(j)e-si
Middle Japanese: fàgé-si
Tokyo: hageshí-
Kyoto: hágéshì-
Kagoshima: hageshí-
Comments: JLTT 827.
Proto-Japanese: *pansa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to burst open, split
Russian meaning: лопаться, раскалываться
Tokyo: hazé-
Kyoto: hàzè-
Kagoshima: hazé-
Comments: JLTT 686. The PJ accent is not quite clear.
Proto-Japanese: *pansai
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: goby
Russian meaning: бычок
Tokyo: háze
Kyoto: házè
Kagoshima: háze
Comments: JLTT 403. Original accent unclear (high-low, to judge from Kyoto and Kagoshima, but low-high - from Tokyo).
Proto-Japanese: *pànsìk-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to knock away (with a finger)
Russian meaning: отталкивать щелчком пальца
Old Japanese: pazik-
Middle Japanese: fàzìk-
Tokyo: hajík-
Kyoto: hájík-
Kagoshima: hàjìk-
Comments: JLTT 686.
Proto-Japanese: *pánsú
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: plan, intention
Russian meaning: план, намерение
Middle Japanese: fázú
Tokyo: hàzu
Kyoto: házú
Kagoshima: házu
Comments: JLTT 403.
Proto-Japanese: *pàntá
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: skin, flesh
Russian meaning: кожа, плоть
Old Japanese: pada
Middle Japanese: fada
Tokyo: háda
Kyoto: hàdá
Kagoshima: hadá
Comments: JLTT 395.
Proto-Japanese: *pantara
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: in spots, scattered about
Russian meaning: пятнистый, лежащий пятнами
Old Japanese: padare
Middle Japanese: fadara
Comments: JLTT 395.
Proto-Japanese: *pá(n)tú-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to separate 2 some, only
Russian meaning: 1 отделять 2 некоторый, только
Old Japanese: patu-ka 2
Middle Japanese: fádú-s- 1
Tokyo: hàzus- 1
Kyoto: házús- 1
Kagoshima: hazús- 1
Comments: JLTT 686.
Proto-Japanese: *pàntù-i
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shame
Russian meaning: стыд
Old Japanese: padi
Middle Japanese: fàdì
Tokyo: hají
Kyoto: hájì
Kagoshima: hàjí
Comments: JLTT 403. For -u- cf. padukasi 'shameful'.
Proto-Japanese: *pàp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to crawl
Russian meaning: ползти
Old Japanese: pap-
Middle Japanese: fàf-
Tokyo: há-
Kyoto: há-
Kagoshima: hà-
Comments: JLTT 686.
Proto-Japanese: *pàpà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mother
Russian meaning: мать
Old Japanese: papa
Middle Japanese: fàfà
Tokyo: háha
Kyoto: háhà
Kagoshima: háha
Comments: JLTT 386. The accent in Tokyo and Kagoshima is irregular.
Proto-Japanese: *pápái
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fly
Russian meaning: муха
Old Japanese: pape
Middle Japanese: fáfé
Tokyo: hàe
Kyoto: háé
Kagoshima: háe
Comments: JLTT 395.
Proto-Japanese: *pàpákí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: broom
Russian meaning: метла
Old Japanese: papakji
Middle Japanese: fàfákí
Tokyo: hṑki, hṓki
Kyoto: hō̂kì
Kagoshima: hōkí
Comments: JLTT 414. Dialects show some tonal variation, but all point to a low tone in the first syllable.
Proto-Japanese: *páp(u)í
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: ashes
Russian meaning: зола
Old Japanese: pap(j)i
Middle Japanese: fáfí
Tokyo: hài
Kyoto: háí
Kagoshima: hé
Nase: Fɛ́
Shuri: Fḗ
Hateruma: pḕ
Comments: JLTT 396.
Proto-Japanese: *pápúr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to overflow
Russian meaning: переливаться
Old Japanese: papur-
Middle Japanese: áfúr-
Tokyo: afuré-
Kyoto: áfúré-
Kagoshima: afuré-
Comments: JLTT 675, 683. The word is rather peculiar phonetically (with both irregular preservation of -p- > -f- and loss of p- > 0-), but there is hardly reason to separate the OJ and the modern Jpn. forms.
Proto-Japanese: *pápúr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to roam, wander 2 to throw away
Russian meaning: 1 бродить 2 выбрасывать, оставлять
Old Japanese: papur- 2
Middle Japanese: fáfúra- 1, fafur- 2
Tokyo: hṑr-
Kyoto: hṓr-
Kagoshima: hṓr-
Comments: JLTT 692. MJ fafi-iri 'entrance', mod. hairu 'to enter' may represent the same root (influenced by *pap- 'to crawl' q. v. sub *p`ŏ̀ba).
Proto-Japanese: *pápúri
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: priest
Russian meaning: жрец, священник
Old Japanese: papuri
Middle Japanese: fáfúri
Proto-Japanese: *pár-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to plaster
Russian meaning: лепить, наклеивать
Old Japanese: par-
Middle Japanese: fár-
Tokyo: hàr-
Kyoto: hár-
Kagoshima: hár-
Comments: JLTT 685.
Proto-Japanese: *pàrà
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: belly
Russian meaning: живот
Old Japanese: para
Middle Japanese: fárà
Tokyo: hará
Kyoto: hárà
Kagoshima: hará
Comments: JLTT 399. Modern dialects (especially Kagoshima) point to *pàrà, but the attested RJ form is fárà.
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