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Proto-Korean: *ptɨ́-t-, *ptằ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to pinch, pick, pluck
Russian meaning: срывать, выщипывать
Modern Korean: t:ɨt-, t:a-
Middle Korean: ptɨ́-t-, ptằ-
Comments: Nam 137, 174, KED 380, 532.
Proto-Korean: *ptùi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to jump
Russian meaning: прыгать
Modern Korean: t:wi-
Middle Korean: ptùi-
Comments: Nam 169, KED 513.
Proto-Korean: *pu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to spin 2 to twist
Russian meaning: 1 сучить, прясть 2 выкручивать
Modern Korean: pɨ- (dial., SKE 203); pi-thɨl-
Middle Korean: pūi-thɨ́r-
Comments: Nam 269, KED 859. The simple verb is cited from Ramstedt's SKE; in other sources it is only attested as part of a compound with thɨr- 'twist' (v. sub *tok`V).
Proto-Korean: *pùčhǝ́i
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fan
Russian meaning: веер
Modern Korean: pučhä
Middle Korean: pùčhǝ́i
Comments: Nam 266, KED 821.
Proto-Korean: *púhǝ̀ŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: owl; kite
Russian meaning: сова; коршун
Modern Korean: puǝŋi
Middle Korean: púhǝ̀ŋ, púhuǝ̀ŋ, púhuǝ̀ŋ'í
Comments: Nam 266, KED 817.
Proto-Korean: *pùhɨ́i-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: grey, milky white
Russian meaning: серый, молочно-белый
Modern Korean: pūjǝ- [pūjǝh-], pōja- [pōjah-]
Middle Korean: pùhɨ́i-
Comments: Nam 267, KED 792, 818.
Proto-Korean: *púhóa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lung
Russian meaning: легкое
Modern Korean: pua
Middle Korean: púhóa
Comments: Nam 266, KED 817.
Proto-Korean: *púi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: broom
Russian meaning: метла
Modern Korean: pi
Middle Korean: púi
Comments: Nam 269, KED 848.
Proto-Korean: *púi-, *pó
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to reap, mow 2 plough
Russian meaning: 1 косить, жать 2 плуг
Modern Korean: pī- (dial.); posɨp 'plough, ploughshare'
Middle Korean: púi- 1, pó 2
Comments: Nam 259, 269, KED 792, 850.
Proto-Korean: *puk ( ~ -ɨ-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: heaping of earth
Russian meaning: куча земли
Modern Korean: puk
Comments: KED 823.
Proto-Korean: *pukh
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: completely, exhaustively
Russian meaning: полностью, целиком
Modern Korean: phuk, phok
Comments: KED 1762.
Proto-Korean: *pukh ( ~ -ɨ-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: warm (of weather)
Russian meaning: теплый (о погоде)
Modern Korean: phuk-ha-
Comments: KED 1762.
Proto-Korean: *puki
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: idiotic person, stupid character
Russian meaning: глупец, дурак
Modern Korean: pugi
Comments: KED 810.
Proto-Korean: *púmh
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 breast, bosom 2 to carry in one's bosom
Russian meaning: 1 грудь, пазуха 2 нести за пазухой
Modern Korean: phum 1, phum- 2
Middle Korean: phum 1, phúm-, phɨm- 2
Comments: Liu 726, 728, KED 1766.
Proto-Korean: *purɨ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to soak, make wet
Russian meaning: мочить
Modern Korean: purɨ- (SKE 211), pulli-
Comments: KED 836.
Proto-Korean: *pùrɨ̀r
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: possessions, estate
Russian meaning: владения, состояние
Middle Korean: pùrɨ̀r
Comments: HMCH 352.
Proto-Korean: *pùrò
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: salad, Lactuca
Russian meaning: салат-латук
Modern Korean: puru
Middle Korean: puro, pùrù
Comments: Liu 394, KED 813.
Proto-Korean: *puruk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bull-calf
Russian meaning: бычок
Modern Korean: puruk-so (so 'cow'), purugi
Comments: KED 813.
Proto-Korean: *pùthjǝ̀
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pupil of the eye
Russian meaning: зрачок глаза
Modern Korean: nun-pučhǝ
Middle Korean: núns-pùthjǝ̀
Comments: Nam 116, KED 363. -pùthjǝ̀, originally "child" (with a widely spread metaphor "pupil of the eye" = "child of the eye") is folk-etymologically perceived as = puthjǝ "Buddha".
Proto-Korean: *putɨ'ič-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hit, bump, collide
Russian meaning: бить, сталкиваться
Modern Korean: pudit- [putič-]
Middle Korean: putɨ'ič-
Comments: Nam 265, KED 812.
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