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Proto-Mongolian: *koči-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: nickname, slander
Russian meaning: издевательство, клевета, кличка
Written Mongolian: qoči (L 951)
Khalkha: xoč
Kalmuck: xoč-l- 'to slander'
Ordos: Goči 'detractor; reprimand, chicane'
Comments: KW 191.
Proto-Mongolian: *kočur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stay behind
Russian meaning: отставать, оставаться позади
Written Mongolian: qočur- (L 951)
Middle Mongolian: qočor-, qočoda- (SH), qūčar- (Lig.VMI), qučar- (MA)
Khalkha: xocro-
Buriat: xosor- 'to disappear, vanish; die'
Kalmuck: xocr-
Ordos: Gočiro-
Mogol: qočaru- (Ramstedt 1906)
Comments: KW 190-191.
Proto-Mongolian: *kog-si-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to become rich, wealthy
Russian meaning: богатеть
Written Mongolian: qoɣsi- (L 952)
Khalkha: xogši-
Buriat: xogšol 'property', xogšol- 'to become rich'
Ordos: xoGši-, GoGši-
Proto-Mongolian: *koɣul-aj
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: throat; pipe
Russian meaning: горло; трубка
Written Mongolian: qoɣulaj (L 952)
Middle Mongolian: qo'olai (HY 46, SH), qūl (IM), qulaj (MA), qūla (LH)
Khalkha: xōloj
Buriat: xōloj
Kalmuck: xōl, xōlǟ
Ordos: xōlȫ
Dongxian: Golei
Dagur: xōĺē (Тод. Даг. 177; MGCD xōĺ), hōle (MD 163)
Shary-Yoghur: χolo
Monguor: xōlo (SM 170)
Mogol: qōlɛi (Ramstedt 1906); ZM qolei (2-5b)
Comments: KW 192, MGCD 355. Mong. > Evk. kōlai etc., see Doerfer MT 131, Rozycki 142.
Proto-Mongolian: *koɣu-su
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: empty, hollow
Russian meaning: пустой, полый
Written Mongolian: qoɣusun (L 953)
Middle Mongolian: qo'o-sun (SH, HYt)
Khalkha: xōson
Buriat: xōho(n)
Kalmuck: xōsn
Ordos: xōson
Dongxian: qosun
Baoan: xosoŋ
Dagur: xōson (Тод. Даг. 178), hōson (MD 164)
Shary-Yoghur: χūsǝn
Monguor: xōʒǝn (SM 169), (MGCD xōsǝn)
Mogol: qosun
Comments: KW 191, 192-193, MGCD 355. Mong. > Evk. kōhon, see Doerfer MT 127.
Proto-Mongolian: *koji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: North(wards), back(wards)
Russian meaning: север, зад, задняя сторона
Written Mongolian: qoji-na, qoji-si (L 954)
Middle Mongolian: qojina (SH, HY 50), qūjna 'following' (IM)
Khalkha: xojno, xojš
Buriat: xojno, xojšo
Kalmuck: xȫnǝ (КРС) 'after'
Ordos: xoö̯no 'back, West'
Dongxian: qui-na
Baoan: χui-nǝ
Dagur: xuai-nǝ (Тод. Даг. 178 xuaina), huajne (MD 165)
Shary-Yoghur: χöi-ne
Monguor: xwǝ̄no (SM 177), xwǝ̄di 'qui est derrière' (SM 176), xui-no
Mogol: qoina (Weiers)
Comments: MGCD 359.
Proto-Mongolian: *kojil-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wild turkey
Russian meaning: улар (горная индейка)
Written Mongolian: qojiluɣ (МХТТТ)
Khalkha: xojlog
Proto-Mongolian: *koki-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be damaged 2 damage
Russian meaning: 1 повреждаться 2 вред
Written Mongolian: qoki- 1 (L 956: qoki 2)
Khalkha: xox́ 2
Buriat: xoxi 2
Kalmuck: xoḱǝ- 1
Ordos: Goχiro- 'to be absolutely destroyed'
Dagur: kokire- (MD 183) kokirǝ-
Shary-Yoghur: χǝkǝr-
Comments: KW 182, MGCD 369. Mong. > Man. kokira-, see Doerfer MT 138.
Proto-Mongolian: *kokima-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 skeleton 2 skull
Russian meaning: 1 скелет 2 череп
Written Mongolian: qokima- (L 956: qokimai 'masks and costumes representing skeletons used in the cam dance')
Middle Mongolian: qokimai 'an epithet to teri'un 'head'' (SH)
Khalkha: xoximoj tolgoj 2, xoximoj jas 1
Buriat: xoximoj 2 (Khorin), 1 (Tunk.)
Kalmuck: xoḱǝman 2
Ordos: Goχimȫ 2
Comments: KW 182.
Proto-Mongolian: *kokir
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: filth, rubbish; dry dung
Russian meaning: грязь; сухой навоз, кизяк
Written Mongolian: qokir (L 956)
Middle Mongolian: qokir (SH, Козин)
Khalkha: xoxir
Buriat: xoxir
Proto-Mongolian: *kolbu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to couple, bind together
Russian meaning: объединять, сочетать
Written Mongolian: qolbu- (L 957)
Middle Mongolian: qulba- (MA), qolba'ara- (SH)
Khalkha: xolbo-
Buriat: xolbo-
Kalmuck: xolwǝ-
Ordos: xolbo-
Dagur: xolbo- (Тод. Даг. 177), xolbu-; holebe- (MD 163)
Shary-Yoghur: xolbo-
Monguor: xulō- (SM 181)
Comments: KW 184, MGCD 361. Mong. > Evk. kolbo- etc., see Doerfer MT 61, Rozycki 107; > Yak. xolbō-, Dolg. kolbō- (Kaɫ. MEJ 17, Stachowski 150).
Proto-Mongolian: *kolim
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of rice
Russian meaning: вид риса
Written Mongolian: qolima (МХТТТ) 'a k. of cereal similar to corn'
Khalkha: xolim
Dagur: xualimpe 'oat'
Comments: Mong. > Man. xolimpa, Sol. xolimpa, xolimpo (Тод. Даг. 178).
Proto-Mongolian: *kol-ki-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be restless, go round and round
Russian meaning: вертеться, не сидеть на месте
Written Mongolian: qolkida- (L 959)
Khalkha: xolxi-
Buriat: xolxi 'shaky, wobbly'
Kalmuck: xoĺgǝdǝ-
Ordos: Golχido-
Comments: KW 182.
Proto-Mongolian: *kolkibči
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 hub, bearing 2 cross-bow
Russian meaning: 1 втулка 2 самострел
Written Mongolian: qolkibči (L 960: qolqubči, qolqubči numu)
Khalkha: xolxiwč, xolxowč 1; xolxovč-num 2
Proto-Mongolian: *kolkibči
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 hub, bearing 2 cross-bow
Russian meaning: 1 втулка 2 самострел
Written Mongolian: qolkibči (L 960: qolqubči, qolqubči numu)
Khalkha: xolxiwč, xolxowč 1; xolxovč-num 2
Proto-Mongolian: *kolo
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: far
Russian meaning: далекий
Written Mongolian: qolo, (L 956) qola
Middle Mongolian: kolo (HY 52), qolo (SH), qula (IM), qulă (MA)
Khalkha: xol
Buriat: xolo
Kalmuck: xolъ
Ordos: xolo
Dongxian: Golo
Baoan: xolo, (MGCD) Golo
Dagur: xolo, xol (Тод. Даг. 177), hole (MD 163)
Shary-Yoghur: xolo
Monguor: xolo, Golo 'tres, fort' (SM 170), xulo (SM 180)
Mogol: qolō; ZM qolā (6-8a)
Comments: KW 182, MGCD 361.
Proto-Mongolian: *kolta-su, *koli-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 tree bark 2 scales
Russian meaning: 1 древесная кора 2 чешуя
Written Mongolian: qoltusu(n), qoltasu(n) 1 (L 960), qolisu(n) 2 (L 959)
Khalkha: xoltos 1, xolis 2
Buriat: xoltohon 1
Kalmuck: xoltxǝsn 1
Dagur: koldon 'cedar' (Тод. Даг. 150) (?)
Comments: KW 182, 183. Cf. also qol-tul- 'to skin, separate skin, split' (whence Evk. kolto- etc., see Doerfer MT 69), qolu-, qolɣu-, qoluɣa- 'to erase (skin), make a sore', qoluɣanaɣ 'rubbed off spot on skin' (KW 182, 183, L 958). The name of 'cedar' is borrowed in TM (Man. xoldon etc.).
Proto-Mongolian: *kombo-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: round (esp. of hooves)
Russian meaning: быть круглым (особ. о копытах)
Written Mongolian: qombuji- (МХТТТ)
Khalkha: xomboj-
Buriat: xombi-, xomi- 'flat (of hooves)'
Ordos: xombȫ- 'avoir une grosse panse et un petite ouverture (vase)'
Comments: L 960 regards WMong. qombuɣur as a variant of qomuɣur 'curled, shrivelled', but the Khalkha dictionary strictly distinguishes them.
Proto-Mongolian: *kombuga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sack
Russian meaning: мешок
Written Mongolian: qombuɣa (МХТТТ)
Khalkha: xombogo
Buriat: xombogo
Proto-Mongolian: *komu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: horse dung
Russian meaning: конский помет
Written Mongolian: qomuɣul, qomul (L 961)
Middle Mongolian: qomaul (SH, Козин)
Khalkha: xomōl
Kalmuck: xomāl
Comments: KW 184.
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