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Proto-Korean: *sìskú-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to contest, contend 2 to quarrel, be annoying
Russian meaning: 1 соревноваться, состязаться 2 ссориться, досаждать
Modern Korean: sik:ɨrǝp- 2
Middle Korean: sìskú- 1
Comments: HMCH 333, Nam 327.
Proto-Korean: *sìtɨ́r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to tire, be tired 2 to be emaciated, wither 3 to be displeased, disinclined; to be unsatisfactory
Russian meaning: 1 уставать 2 истощаться, увядать 3 быть недовольным, нерасположенным; быть неудовлетворительным
Modern Korean: sidɨl- 2, sidɨl-ha- 3
Middle Korean: sìtɨ́r- 2, sìtɨ́rǝ́p- 1
Comments: Nam 324, KED 1035.
Proto-Korean: *sì'úr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: string, sinew; bow string
Russian meaning: веревка, жила; тетива
Modern Korean: siwi
Middle Korean: sì'úr
Comments: Nam 326, KED 1040.
Proto-Korean: *sīd-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to load
Russian meaning: нагружать
Modern Korean: sīt- (sīr-)
Middle Korean: sīt- (-r-)
Comments: Nam 327, KED 1055.
Proto-Korean: *sīr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thread, silk thread
Russian meaning: нить, шелковая нить
Modern Korean: sil
Middle Korean: sīr
Comments: Liu 499, KED 1055.
Proto-Korean: *sɨč-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to baste
Russian meaning: приметывать
Modern Korean: sičhi-
Middle Korean: sɨs-
Comments: Nam 322, KED 1042.
Proto-Korean: *sɨ̀i-, *sūi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sour 2 to become sour
Russian meaning: кислый
Modern Korean: si- 1, swī- 2
Middle Korean: sɨ̀i-, sằi- 1, sūi- 2
Comments: Nam 296, 322, Liu 479, KED 1022, 1035.
Proto-Korean: *sɨ̀in
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shin, thigh
Russian meaning: голень, бедро
Middle Korean: sɨ̀in-tàrì
Comments: Nam 323.
Proto-Korean: *sɨ́kúr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: province, village
Russian meaning: провинция, деревня
Modern Korean: sigol
Middle Korean: sɨ́kúr, sɨ́kór, sɨ́kằwằr, sɨ́kắ'òr
Comments: Nam 317, KED 1033.
Proto-Korean: *sɨ́mɨ́i-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to soak, permeate
Russian meaning: впитываться, просачиваться
Modern Korean: sɨmi-
Middle Korean: sɨ́mɨ́i-
Comments: Nam 318, KED 1025.
Proto-Korean: *sɨŋ'a
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sorrel
Russian meaning: щавель
Modern Korean: sɨŋa
Middle Korean: sɨŋ'a
Comments: Liu 489, KED 1031.
Proto-Korean: *sɨr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to lay eggs (of insects, fish)
Russian meaning: класть яйца (о насекомых или рыбах)
Modern Korean: sɨl-
Middle Korean: sɨr-
Comments: Liu 487, KED 1027. Cf. also mod. swi 'eggs of fly' (with a consonant alternation similar to the one in the reflexes of PA *mū́ro q. v.).
Proto-Korean: *sɨ́r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to vanish, fade
Russian meaning: пропадать, исчезать
Modern Korean: sɨl-
Middle Korean: sɨ́r-
Comments: Nam 320, KED 1027.
Proto-Korean: *sɨra-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: lynx
Russian meaning: рысь
Modern Korean: sɨrasoni
Comments: KED 1024.
Proto-Korean: *sɨ̀rh-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to polish, rub off
Russian meaning: полировать
Modern Korean: s:ɨl- [s:ɨlh-]
Middle Korean: sɨrh-
Comments: Nam 322, KED 1028.
Proto-Korean: *sjā'òŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: husband
Russian meaning: муж
Middle Korean: sjā'òŋ
Comments: Nam 297.
Proto-Korean: *sjǝ́-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: stand
Russian meaning: стоять
Modern Korean: sɨ-, sǝ-
Middle Korean: sjǝ́-
Comments: Nam 303, KED 1023.
Proto-Korean: *sjǝ́m
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: straw bag, measure of grain
Russian meaning: соломенный мешок, мера зерна
Modern Korean: sǝm
Middle Korean: sjǝ́m
Comments: Nam 305, KED 953.
Proto-Korean: *sjǝn-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be interesting, startling; boring
Russian meaning: быть интересным, поразительным; скучным
Modern Korean: sǝngǝpta (orth. sjǝn-)
Comments: KED 943.
Proto-Korean: *sjǝ̄i-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: whitish
Russian meaning: беловатый
Modern Korean: sē-
Middle Korean: sjǝ̄i-
Comments: Nam 306, KED 963.
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