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Proto-Korean: *pǝ̀ŋ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to open up, spread open (slightly) 2 to smile, grin, chuckle
Russian meaning: 1 раскрываться, приоткрываться 2 улыбаться, смеяться, хохотать
Modern Korean: paŋgɨ-, pǝŋgɨ-, paŋgɨt [paŋkɨs] ha-, pǝŋgɨt [pǝŋkɨs] ha- 1, 2
Middle Korean: pǝ̀ŋ'ɨ́-, pǝ̀ŋkɨ́r- 1
Comments: Liu 381, KED 736, 772.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̀ŋkɨ́r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to take off clothes; to fade, exuviate
Russian meaning: снимать одежду; линять
Middle Korean: pǝ̀ŋkɨ́r-
Comments: Nam 257.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̀r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: worm, insect
Russian meaning: червь, насекомое
Modern Korean: pǝlle
Middle Korean: pǝ̀r'ǝi
Comments: Nam 256, KED 766.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ́rh-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fields, meadows
Russian meaning: поля, луга
Modern Korean: pǝl, phǝl
Middle Korean: phǝ́rí
Comments: Nam 463, KED 764, 1744.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̀tɨ́r
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: poplar, willow
Russian meaning: тополь, ива
Modern Korean: pǝdɨl
Middle Korean: pǝ̀tɨ́r
Comments: Liu 375, KED 759.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄m
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: tiger
Russian meaning: тигр
Modern Korean: pǝ̄m
Middle Korean: pǝ̄m
Comments: Nam 256, KED 767.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bee
Russian meaning: пчела
Modern Korean: pǝ̄l
Middle Korean: pǝ̄r, pǝ̄ri
Comments: Liu 375, 379, HMCH 50, Nam 254, KED 764.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to earn
Russian meaning: зарабатывать
Modern Korean: pǝ̄l-
Comments: KED 765.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be opened, separated
Russian meaning: быть широко открытым, разделенным
Modern Korean: pǝ̄l-, pǝ̄lli-, palɨ- (trans.)
Middle Korean: pǝ̄r-
Comments: Nam 256, KED 706, 765, 766.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄rí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to divide, split open
Russian meaning: расщеплять, раскрывать
Modern Korean: parɨ-, pǝ̄l-
Middle Korean: pǝ̄rí-
Comments: Liu 375, KED 706, 765, 766.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄ri- / *pằrí-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to throw away, to abandon
Russian meaning: выкидывать, покидать
Modern Korean: pǝri-
Middle Korean: pằrí- / pǝ̄rí-
Comments: Nam 241, KED 759-760.
Proto-Korean: *pǝ̄t
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: friend, companion
Russian meaning: друг, товарищ
Modern Korean: pǝ̄t [pǝs]
Middle Korean: pǝ̄t
Comments: Nam 256, KED 771.
Proto-Korean: *phằ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to dig
Russian meaning: копать
Modern Korean: pha-
Middle Korean: phằ-
Comments: Nam 461, KED 1729.
Proto-Korean: *phá ( ~ *páh)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: onion
Russian meaning: лук
Modern Korean: pha
Middle Korean: phá
Comments: Nam 461, KED 1728.
Proto-Korean: *phắkái
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: scoop, dipper
Russian meaning: черпак
Modern Korean: phagä
Middle Korean: phắkái, phắkà
Comments: Nam 461, KED 1728 (derivation from phắ- 'to dig' is implausible both phonetically and semantically).
Proto-Korean: *phắs
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: beans, peas
Russian meaning: бобы, горох
Modern Korean: phat [phath]
Middle Korean: phắs
Comments: Nam 462, KED 1739.
Proto-Korean: *phí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: millet
Russian meaning: просо
Modern Korean: phi
Middle Korean: phí
Comments: Nam 465, KED 1771.
Proto-Korean: *phɨ́-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to emit, spread
Russian meaning: испускать, распространять
Modern Korean: phi-
Middle Korean: phɨ́-
Comments: Nam 464, KED 1772.
Proto-Korean: *phó
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 many, several, quantity 2 to pile up
Russian meaning: 1 много, несколько, количество 2 нагромождать
Modern Korean: pho 1, pho-gä-da 2
Middle Korean: phó (adv.) 1, phằ- 'do smth. repeatedly' , pho-kai- 2
Comments: Liu 720, 725, KED 1753.
Proto-Korean: *pí
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: rain
Russian meaning: дождь
Modern Korean: pi
Middle Korean: pí
Comments: Nam 275, KED 848.
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