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Proto-Mongolian: *samur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to stir, mix smth., make a disorder 2 disorder
Russian meaning: 1 помешивать, приводить в беспорядок 2 беспорядок
Written Mongolian: samura- 1 (L 668), samaɣun 2 (L 667)
Middle Mongolian: sama'ura- 1, sama'u(i) 2 (SH), samao'u 'rebellion' (HYt)
Khalkha: samra- 1, samūn 2
Buriat: hamar- 1
Kalmuck: samūr-, samr- 1
Ordos: samur- 'to stir tea'
Dagur: samra- (Тод. Даг. 161), samarǝ- 1
Shary-Yoghur: samǝr- 1, samūn 2
Monguor: samurā- 'être en désordre, se révolter' (SM 322), samuri- 'mêler en remuant, remuer avec une cuiller' (SM 323); samurō 2
Comments: KW 311, MGCD 592. Mong. > Man. samara- etc., see Doerfer MT 122, Rozycki 174.
Proto-Mongolian: *sančig
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hairlock on the temples
Russian meaning: локоны на висках
Written Mongolian: sančiɣ (L 671)
Middle Mongolian: sanǯiq (MA)
Khalkha: sančig
Buriat: hanšag
Kalmuck: sančig (СЯОС)
Proto-Mongolian: *sanǯi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hang down
Russian meaning: свисать
Written Mongolian: sanǯi- (L 673)
Khalkha: sanǯi-
Buriat: hanža-
Kalmuck: sanǯǝ-
Ordos: sanǯik sanǯik ge-
Comments: KW 312. Mong. > Yak. sanǯɨj- 'hang down, dangle'.
Proto-Mongolian: *saŋ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 hair on temples 2 forelock of a horse 3 bang, fringe
Russian meaning: 1 волосы на висках 2 конский чуб 3 челка
Written Mongolian: saŋmai 1; (L 672) saŋna 2
Khalkha: saŋgas 'bushy or tousled hair'
Buriat: hanšag 1
Kalmuck: saŋmǟ, sāmǝg 2
Ordos: saŋmǟ, saŋnǟ 2,3
Comments: KW 313, 317. Mong. > Shor sanmī, Kirgh. sāmaj etc. (see ЭСТЯ 7).
Proto-Mongolian: *saŋga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bird dung
Russian meaning: птичий помет
Written Mongolian: saŋga-su(n) (L 672)
Middle Mongolian: sanqa- 'to defecate (of birds and insects)' (MA)
Khalkha: saŋgas
Kalmuck: saŋɣǝsn
Comments: KW 313.
Proto-Mongolian: *sar
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 bird of prey 2 snipe
Russian meaning: 1 хищная птица 2 бекас
Written Mongolian: sar (L 674)
Middle Mongolian: sar (HY 14) 'duck-hawk, harrier'
Khalkha: sar 1, sarālǯin 2
Buriat: harālža(n) 2
Kalmuck: sar 'big kite'
Monguor: sār (SM 326)
Comments: KW 313. Mong. > Oyr. sɨrāld́in etc. (ЭСТЯ 7).
Proto-Mongolian: *sar-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 Lilium tenuifolium 2 turnip
Russian meaning: 1 сарана 2 репа
Written Mongolian: sarana 1, sarmug 2 (L 675, 676)
Khalkha: sarāna 1, sarmag 2
Buriat: harāna 1
Ordos: sarānaG 1
Comments: Mong. > Russ. saraná, see Аникин 484.
Proto-Mongolian: *sar-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be rare, net-like
Russian meaning: быть редким, прореженным
Written Mongolian: sarčiɣar 'thin and crispy' (L 675)
Khalkha: sarʒaj-
Buriat: harsaj-
Proto-Mongolian: *sara
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: moon
Russian meaning: луна
Written Mongolian: sara(n) (L 674)
Middle Mongolian: sara (HY 1, SH), ṣarā, saran (IM), sara (MA)
Khalkha: sar
Buriat: hara
Kalmuck: sarǝ
Ordos: sara(n)
Dongxian: sara
Baoan: sare, sera
Dagur: sarūl 'moon', sar 'month' (Тод. Даг. 162), sare 'month', sareule 'moon' (MD 206)
Shary-Yoghur: sara
Monguor: sara (SM 326)
Comments: KW 313, MGCD 593.
Proto-Mongolian: *sara-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 shed 2 lattice 3 a net to cover hair 4 visor
Russian meaning: 1 укрытие для скота 2 решетка 3 сетка для покрытия волос 4 козырек на головном уборе
Written Mongolian: sarabči 1 (L 674), sarbači 3 (L 675), saraɣalǯi 1, sarabči(n) 4 (Kow. II, 1333b)
Middle Mongolian: ṣarboči 'visor' (IM), sarābčimin 4 (Lig)
Khalkha: saravč 1, 4, sarālǯ 2
Buriat: harabša 1
Kalmuck: sarǝpčǝ
Ordos: sarabči 1
Dagur: sarbǝči
Monguor: sarī 'toit en saillie, avant-toit, auvent' (SM 328)
Comments: KW 314, MGCD 594. Mong. > Oyr. sarapčɨn; Yak. čarapčɨ, Dolg. čarapčɨ, harapčɨ (see Kaɫ. MEJ 49, Stachowski 72); > Manchu sarbačan 'visor on a helmet' (see Rozycki 174).
Proto-Mongolian: *sarba-ɣa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be exhausted, weak 2 fever
Russian meaning: 1 быть истощенным, слабым 2 лихорадка
Written Mongolian: sarbaɣa-da- 1 (БАМРС)
Khalkha: sarvāda- 1
Buriat: harig, harmaj 1
Monguor: sarbā 2
Comments: For Bur. harig 'weak, exhausted' cf. WMong. (L 675) sariɣ 'impatient; light-minded'.
Proto-Mongolian: *sarbaɣa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 2-year-old colt
Russian meaning: двухлетний жеребенок
Written Mongolian: sarbaɣa
Khalkha: sarwā
Kalmuck: sarwā
Comments: KW 314 ( > Oyr. sarbaɣa etc., see ЭСТЯ 7).
Proto-Mongolian: *sar(b)aji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to spread out
Russian meaning: распростираться, быть вытянутым
Written Mongolian: sarbaji- (L 675)
Khalkha: sarvaj-
Buriat: harbaj-, haraj-
Kalmuck: sarwǟ-
Ordos: sarwǟ- 'to have a great number of ramifications (of a tree branch)'
Comments: KW 314. Mong. sarbaji- > Oyr. sarbai-, Yak. sarbaj-, Dolg. harbaj- (Stachowski 97); > Manchu sarbaxun 'lying spread-eagled on the back' (see Rozycki 174).
Proto-Mongolian: *sari-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to urinate (of a dog)
Russian meaning: мочиться (о собаке)
Written Mongolian: sari- (L 675: 'to urinate in an irregular manner')
Khalkha: sari- (Gomb.)
Buriat: hari-
Kalmuck: säŕ-
Ordos: sari-
Comments: KW 319. Mong. > Kirgh. sarɨ- id.
Proto-Mongolian: *sari-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sheep skin without hair 2 leather, pellicle 3 scrotum
Russian meaning: 1 овчина без шерсти 2 кожа, кожица 3 мошонка
Written Mongolian: sarmai 1, sari-su(n) 2 (L 676), saraɣana-su, saraɣanag 3
Middle Mongolian: sarisu 'goatskin, saffian' (MA 319)
Khalkha: sarmaj 1, saŕs 2, sarānag 3
Buriat: harmaj, haŕmaj 1, haŕha(n) 2, harāna 3 (scrotum of animals)
Kalmuck: sarmǟ 1, säŕsṇ 2
Comments: KW 313, 319.
Proto-Mongolian: *sariwu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: curved, winding
Russian meaning: кривой, изгибающийся
Written Mongolian: sariɣu, sariu (L 676)
Khalkha: sariu
Buriat: haŕū
Kalmuck: sarū, sarǖ
Monguor: sarī (: murī ~) 'tortueux' (SM 328)
Comments: KW 314.
Proto-Mongolian: *sark-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to sprinkle, drip
Russian meaning: брызгать, капать
Written Mongolian: sarkira-, sarqaji-
Khalkha: sarxij- 'звукоподражание плеску, журчанию, шороху'
Kalmuck: sarkr-, sarkl-
Ordos: sarχira- 'to murmur'
Comments: KW 313.
Proto-Mongolian: *sarku
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: vessel, kitchen dish
Russian meaning: сосуд, кухонная посуда
Written Mongolian: sarqu
Kalmuck: sarxǝ
Comments: KW 313. Mong. > Man. sarχu.
Proto-Mongolian: *sar-magčin, *sar-bačin
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: monkey
Russian meaning: обезьяна
Written Mongolian: sarmaɣčin, sarbačin (L 675, 676)
Middle Mongolian: sor-mǝči (IM)
Khalkha: sarmagčin
Buriat: harmagšan
Kalmuck: sar-möčṇ (КРС)
Ordos: sarmaGčin
Comments: A somewhat distorted compound with *mečin (v. sub *mḗča) in the second part. The restructuring occurred under the influence of other animal names with a frequent female suffix -gčin.
Proto-Mongolian: *sar-ni-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to stray, disperse 2 lose powers
Russian meaning: 1 расходиться, рассеиваться, разламываться 2 терять силы
Written Mongolian: sarni- 1,2 (L 676)
Khalkha: sarni- 1
Buriat: harni- 2
Kalmuck: sarni- 1
Ordos: sarni- 1
Comments: KW 314.
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