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Proto-Korean: *kǝ̄m-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: black
Russian meaning: черный
Modern Korean: kǝ̄m-, k:ǝ̄m-, kām-, k:ām-
Middle Korean: kǝ̄m-, kǝ̀m-
Comments: Liu 48, HMCH 278, KED 101. Modern length and gemination are obviously late and expressive.
Proto-Korean: *kǝ̄mǝ̀rí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: leech
Russian meaning: пиявка
Modern Korean: kǝ̄mǝri
Middle Korean: kǝ̄mǝ̀rí
Comments: Liu 41, KED 84.
Proto-Korean: *kǝ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to hang on, put on (smth.) 2 to spread out
Russian meaning: 1 вешать, надевать (что-л.) 2 расстилать
Modern Korean: kǝ̄l- 1, kǝ̄lčhi- 1, 2
Middle Korean: kǝ̄r-thí- 1
Comments: Nam 38, KED 97, 100.
Proto-Korean: *kǝ̄-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be thick, fertile, rich
Russian meaning: быть густым, плодородным
Modern Korean: kǝ̄l-
Middle Korean: kǝ̄r-
Comments: Liu 47, KED 97.
Proto-Korean: *kǝ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be smoked
Russian meaning: коптить(ся)
Modern Korean: kǝ̄l-
Comments: KED 97 (derives from kɨɨl- < *kɨ̀ńɨ̀r- q. v. sub *k`ùńe), which is phonetically implausible.
Proto-Korean: *kìbúr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to bow down, be sloping, decline
Russian meaning: наклоняться
Modern Korean: kiul-
Middle Korean: kì'úr-
Comments: Nam 79, KED 272.
Proto-Korean: *kíč
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 collar 2 feather, feathers, plumes 3 diaper(s), swaddling clothes
Russian meaning: 1 воротник 2 перо, оперение 3 пеленки
Modern Korean: kit [kis] 1, 2, kiǯǝgwi 3
Middle Korean: kís 3, kič 1
Comments: Nam 82, 83, KED 274, 282.
Proto-Korean: *kìčàŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: millet
Russian meaning: просо обыкновенное
Modern Korean: kiǯaŋ
Middle Korean: kìčàŋ
Comments: Liu 115, KED 274.
Proto-Korean: *kìčhɨ́-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 cough 2 to sneeze
Russian meaning: 1 кашель 2 чихать
Modern Korean: kičhim 1, kičhi- 2
Middle Korean: kìčhɨ́-m 1
Comments: Nam 79, KED 275.
Proto-Korean: *kìmɨ́i
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: defect (on skin, jade)
Russian meaning: дефект, изъян (на коже, драгоценном камне)
Modern Korean: kimi
Middle Korean: kìmɨ́i
Comments: Nam 79, KED 266.
Proto-Korean: *kìń-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 weed 2 to be overrun with weeds
Russian meaning: 1 сорняк 2 зарасти сорняками
Modern Korean: kiɨm 1, kit- [kis-] 2
Middle Korean: kìńɨ́m 1, kìń- 2
Comments: Nam 79, 83, KED 273, 283.
Proto-Korean: *kíń-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: nest
Russian meaning: гнездо
Modern Korean: kit (kis)
Middle Korean: kís 'nest', kíń- 'to nest'
Comments: Nam 83, KED 282.
Proto-Korean: *kính
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: string, tassel
Russian meaning: веревка, кисточка, лента
Modern Korean: k:ɨn
Middle Korean: kín (kính-)
Comments: Nam 80, KED 243.
Proto-Korean: *kìphí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: deep
Russian meaning: глубокий
Modern Korean: kip- [kiph-]
Middle Korean: kìphí-
Comments: Nam 80, KED 283.
Proto-Korean: *kìr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 long 2 to prolong
Russian meaning: 1 длинный 2 удлинять
Modern Korean: kīl- 1, kirɨ- 2
Middle Korean: kìr'ú- 2
Comments: Nam 81, KED 264, 279
Proto-Korean: *kírh
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: road
Russian meaning: дорога
Modern Korean: kil
Middle Korean: kír (kírh-)
Comments: Nam 81, KED 278.
Proto-Korean: *kìrí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to praise
Russian meaning: восхвалять
Modern Korean: kiri-
Middle Korean: kìrí-
Comments: Nam 78, KED 265.
Proto-Korean: *kìrɨ́m
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fat
Russian meaning: жир
Modern Korean: kirɨm
Middle Korean: kìrɨ́m
Comments: Nam 78, KED 265.
Proto-Korean: *kìrɨ́má
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: saddle
Russian meaning: седло
Modern Korean: kilma
Middle Korean: kìrɨ́má
Comments: Nam 78, Liu 113, KED 280.
Proto-Korean: *kìs-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to rejoice
Russian meaning: радоваться
Modern Korean: kip:ɨ-
Middle Korean: kìs-
Comments: Nam 83, KED 267.
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