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Proto-Mongolian: *batagana
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fly
Russian meaning: муха
Written Mongolian: bataɣana (L 91)
Khalkha: batgana
Buriat: bataganā(n)
Kalmuck: batxǝnǝ
Ordos: bataGana
Comments: KW 36.
Proto-Mongolian: *bat-ga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 dirt, sweat 2 to perspire
Russian meaning: 1 грязь, пот 2 потеть
Written Mongolian: bataɣa, batɣa 1; badqu- 2 (L 67)
Khalkha: batxa
Buriat: badxa
Kalmuck: batǝɣǝ, batxǝ
Comments: KW 36. Mong. > Oyr. patqa etc.
Proto-Mongolian: *beder
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: stripe, spot
Russian meaning: полоса, пятно
Written Mongolian: beder, bider (L 103)
Khalkha: bider, beder
Buriat: büder
Kalmuck: bedṛ
Ordos: beder 'ornaments on metal or stone'
Comments: KW 41. Mong. > Manchu bederi id. (see Rozycki 27).
Proto-Mongolian: *bediɣün, *büdüɣün
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thick
Russian meaning: толстый
Written Mongolian: büdügün, bidügün (L 144)
Middle Mongolian: bid[o]n (IM), bidun (MA)
Khalkha: büdǖn
Buriat: büdǖn
Kalmuck: büdǖn, bödǖn
Ordos: büdǖn, bidǖn
Dongxian: biedun
Baoan: beidoŋ
Dagur: budūn (Тод. Даг. 128), budun (MD 126)
Shary-Yoghur: budǖn
Monguor: budin (SM 31), bidun (Huzu)
Mogol: beidǖn; ZM beidun (18-3a)
Comments: KW 66, MGCD 173. The South.-Mong. (Dong., Bao.), as well as Mog. beidǖn (ZM beidun) and the Manchu loanword bedun (see TMN 1, 234) indicate that the original vowel was *e (*bedi-ɣün), with subsequent assimilation in most dialects. Mong. > Yak. bödöŋ 'high'.
Proto-Mongolian: *beg-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: barred owl
Russian meaning: сыч
Written Mongolian: beg-
Khalkha: beg-batār, beg-bātar
Buriat: begserge
Kalmuck: böksǝ šowūn 'eagle-owl'
Comments: KW 55.
Proto-Mongolian: *beɣe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to rot, mould
Russian meaning: протухать, плесневеть
Written Mongolian: bege- (БАМРС)
Khalkha: bē-
Kalmuck: bē-
Comments: KW 43-44.
Proto-Mongolian: *beɣelej
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gloves
Russian meaning: рукавицы
Written Mongolian: begelei (L 94)
Khalkha: bēlij
Buriat: bēlej
Kalmuck: bēĺɛ̄
Dagur: bēli, bēĺ (Тод. Даг. 125, MD 121)
Comments: KW 44, MGCD 147. Mong. > Chag. bählä etc., see TMN 4, 273-274; > Russ. Siber. béla, see Аникин 149.
Proto-Mongolian: *beɣe-re-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: be cold
Russian meaning: зябнуть
Written Mongolian: begere- (L 94)
Khalkha: bēre-
Buriat: bēre-
Kalmuck: bēr-
Ordos: bēre-
Dagur: bēre- (Тод. Даг. 126), bēde- (MD 120)
Comments: KW 44, MGCD 147.
Proto-Mongolian: *beɣere
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pus
Russian meaning: гной
Written Mongolian: begere (МХТТТ)
Khalkha: bēr
Comments: Man. berxe 'eye pus' (ТМС 1, 127) < Mong.
Proto-Mongolian: *beje
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: body, person, self
Russian meaning: тело, личность, сам
Written Mongolian: beje (L 94)
Middle Mongolian: beje (HY 45, SH), bäjä (IM), bĭjä̆, bijä-du (MA)
Khalkha: bije
Buriat: beje
Kalmuck: bī, bījǝ
Ordos: bije, beje
Dongxian: beije
Dagur: bej(e) (Тод. Даг. 125)
Shary-Yoghur: bǝi
Monguor: bīje (SM 26), (MGCD) buje
Comments: KW 47, MGCD 147. Mong. > Yak., Dolg. beje 'self' (Kaɫ. MEJ 40, Stachowski 57).
Proto-Mongolian: *bekir
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sterlet
Russian meaning: стерлядь
Written Mongolian: beker
Khalkha: bexer
Kalmuck: bekṛ
Comments: KW 41.
Proto-Mongolian: *bekü
Meaning: 1 firm, hard, solid 2 fighter, strong man
Russian meaning: 1 крепкий, прочный 2 борец, силач
Written Mongolian: bekü, beki (L 96), böke (L 126)
Middle Mongolian: buke 'strong' (MA)
Khalkha: böx 1,2, bex 1
Buriat: bexi 1, büxe 1,2
Kalmuck: bekǝ 1, bökǝ 2
Ordos: böχö 1,2
Dagur: buke (Тод. Даг. 128), buke 2
Shary-Yoghur: bekǝna
Comments: KW 41,55, MGCD 162. Mong. > Evk. buku, beki etc., see Doerfer MT 101, 235, Rozycki 37. [Probably < Turkic].
Proto-Mongolian: *belbe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mourning, widow
Russian meaning: траур, вдова
Written Mongolian: belbüsü, (L 96) belbesü(n)
Middle Mongolian: belbisun (HY 32, SH), b[ä]lbes 'unmarried woman' (IM), bilbusun (MA)
Khalkha: belevsen
Buriat: belbehe(n)
Kalmuck: belwǝsṇ
Ordos: belbesen 'widow'
Dagur: belbisen (Тод. Даг. 126), belibsen
Shary-Yoghur: bölbösǝn, belwǝsǝn
Comments: KW 42, MGCD 148.
Proto-Mongolian: *belberkej
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pastern, ankle (of horses, animals)
Russian meaning: бабка (у лошадей, животных)
Written Mongolian: belber(e)kei (L 96), belbenčeg (DO 63)
Khalkha: belberxi, berevxi
Buriat: berbegei, dial. belhen
Kalmuck: belẉrkɛ̄, belẉncǝg
Ordos: belbenčik
Comments: KW 42.
Proto-Mongolian: *belčir
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cross-road; joint of two rivers
Russian meaning: перекресток; соединение двух рек
Written Mongolian: belčir (L 97)
Middle Mongolian: belčir (SH)
Khalkha: belčir
Buriat: belšer
Kalmuck: belčṛ
Comments: KW 42.
Proto-Mongolian: *bele-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to prepare 2 ready
Russian meaning: 1 готовиться 2 готовый
Written Mongolian: belen, beleken 2, bele-dke- 1 (L 97)
Middle Mongolian: belen 2, belet- 1 (SH), bilän 2 (MA)
Khalkha: belde- 1, belxen, belen 2
Buriat: belen 2
Kalmuck: belṇ 2
Ordos: belen 2
Dongxian: bǝlian, belien 2
Baoan: balaŋ 2, bǝldǝ- 1
Dagur: belen 2, belke- 1 (Тод. Даг. 126), belede- 1 (MD 121)
Shary-Yoghur: belēn
Monguor: bulen 2, belen (SM 24) 2, belesGa- (SM 24), beledGa- 1 (Huzu)
Comments: KW 42, MGCD 148. Mong. > Evk. belen, Man. beleni etc. (ТМС 1, 125), see Doerfer MT 78, Rozycki 28; > Yak. belem, Dolg. belen-nē-, belem-nē- (Kaɫ. MEJ 40, Stachowski 57).
Proto-Mongolian: *belkeɣü
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: waist
Russian meaning: поясница
Written Mongolian: belkegü-sü(n) (L 98)
Khalkha: belxǖs
Buriat: belxǖhǝ(n), belxenseg 'big belt'
Kalmuck: belkǖsṇ
Ordos: belχǖs
Comments: KW 42.
Proto-Mongolian: *ber-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: young of wolf
Russian meaning: волчонок
Written Mongolian: beltereg (L 98: belterge); berte činua, börtü (L 128)
Middle Mongolian: borte čino (SH)
Khalkha: beltreg
Buriat: belterge
Kalmuck: beltǝrǝg
Comments: KW 42. Mong. *beltereg is a regular metathesis < *berteleg. Mong. börtü (berte) činua is translated as 'multicolored wolf (name of the legendary ancestor of Chinggis Khan)' and börtü is glossed in L 128 as 'mottled, speckled, grey' - but in fact it is basically used with činua and is probably the original deriving stem of beltereg. -büri in MMong. ǯö'e-büri, WMong. čögebüri 'jackal' may be borrowed < Turk. (see Щербак 1997, 163).
Proto-Mongolian: *berbeji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to chill, grow numb from cold; to be frightened, shy
Russian meaning: затекать (от холода), зябнуть; пугаться, стесняться
Written Mongolian: berbeji- (L 99)
Khalkha: bervij-
Buriat: birba- 'to feel aversion'
Kalmuck: berwɛ̄-
Ordos: berwī-
Comments: KW 43. Cf. *berele-, with a possibility of contamination.
Proto-Mongolian: *berele-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be shy; to do a favour (to a respected person)
Russian meaning: быть застенчивым; оказывать услугу почтенному лицу
Written Mongolian: berele-, (L 99) berile-
Khalkha: berle-
Kalmuck: berḷ-, berṃšǝ-
Ordos: berele-
Comments: KW 42.
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