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Proto-Mongolian: *duru-sun
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: liber, bast, bark (specif. birch bark)
Russian meaning: лыко, береста
Written Mongolian: duru-sun (L 276)
Khalkha: durs
Buriat: durhan
Kalmuck: dursṇ
Ordos: durusu
Comments: KW 103.
Proto-Mongolian: *düdüne-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to howl, growl
Russian meaning: реветь, бормотать
Written Mongolian: düdüne- (L 278)
Khalkha: düdne-
Kalmuck: düdṇ-, dadṇ-
Ordos: düdüne-
Comments: KW 71, 104.
Proto-Mongolian: *düɣüre-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be full, complete 2 full
Russian meaning: 1 быть полным, совершенным 2 полный
Written Mongolian: dügürü-, degüre-, (L 278: dügür-, degür-) 1, dügüreŋ, degüreŋ, degüren 2 (L 279)
Middle Mongolian: du'uren (HY 53) 2, du'ur- (SH) 1, dorun (IM), duran (MA) 2
Khalkha: dǖr- 1
Buriat: dǖren 2
Kalmuck: dǖr- 1
Ordos: dǖrge- (caus.)
Dongxian: duru- 1
Baoan: derge- (caus.)
Dagur: dūre- 1 (Тод. Даг. 138, MD 139)
Shary-Yoghur: dǖre-, dūr- 1
Monguor: dǖri- (SM 57), (MGCD diurǝ-) 1
Mogol: dur- 1 (Weiers); ZM dorgɔ̄n (24-11a) 2
Comments: KW 107, MGCD 243.
Proto-Mongolian: *düj
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 skill, dexterity 2 to be right or correct
Russian meaning: 1 умение, сноровка 2 быть верным, правильным
Written Mongolian: düi 1, düi- 2 (L 279)
Khalkha: düj 1, düj- 2
Buriat: düj 1
Comments: Despite Lessing ibid., düji- is hardly < Chinese.
Proto-Mongolian: *düji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to buy or sell wholesale
Russian meaning: покупать оптом
Written Mongolian: düi- (L 279)
Khalkha: düj-
Proto-Mongolian: *düjireŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: typhus
Russian meaning: тиф
Written Mongolian: düireŋ (БАМРС)
Khalkha: düjren
Buriat: düjren übšen
Proto-Mongolian: *dülei
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: deaf
Russian meaning: глухой
Written Mongolian: dülei (L 280)
Middle Mongolian: dulaiji (HY 49), dolä (IM), duläi (MA), dūli (LH)
Khalkha: dülij
Buriat: dülij
Kalmuck: dülɛ̄
Ordos: dülī
Dongxian: dulei
Baoan: dǝli
Dagur: dulī (Тод. Даг. 138, MD 139)
Shary-Yoghur: delī-
Monguor: dulī (SM 64)
Comments: KW 105, MGCD 244. Mong. > Kaz. dülej etc. (ЭСТЯ 3, 324-325).
Proto-Mongolian: *düli
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: middle (of day, night)
Russian meaning: середина (дня, ночи)
Written Mongolian: düli (L 280)
Middle Mongolian: duli (SH, HY 5), d[ä]li (IM)
Khalkha: dül
Monguor: dur 'midi, milieu du jour' (SM 66)
Proto-Mongolian: *düli-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to spend the night (without sleep)
Russian meaning: проводить ночь (без сна)
Written Mongolian: düli- (L 280)
Khalkha: düle-
Kalmuck: dül-
Ordos: düli-
Dagur: dule- (MD 139)
Comments: KW 105. Mong. > Man. duli- etc., see ТМС 1, 223, Rozycki 63.
Proto-Mongolian: *düŋ
Meaning: very cold, freezing
Russian meaning: очень холодный
Written Mongolian: düŋ (L 281)
Khalkha: dün
Comments: Used only in the expression düŋ küjiten 'bitter cold, coldest time of winter'; but hardly analyzable as = düŋ 'total, sum'.
Proto-Mongolian: *düŋ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to become dull, murky (of sky), sullen, melancholic
Russian meaning: молчать, быть мрачным, тихим, грустным
Written Mongolian: düŋsüi- (L 281)
Khalkha: dünsī-
Buriat: dünjē-
Kalmuck: düŋgɛ̄-, düŋgī- 'be silent', düŋsī-
Ordos: düŋ 'obscur'
Comments: KW 105.
Proto-Mongolian: *düŋgür
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: shaman's drum
Russian meaning: колотушка шамана
Written Mongolian: düŋgür (L 281)
Khalkha: düŋger
Comments: Mong. > Chag. tüŋür etc.
Proto-Mongolian: *dür-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to blaze, flame
Russian meaning: вспыхивать, пылать
Written Mongolian: dürbelǯe- (L 281)
Khalkha: dürelʒe-, dürsxij-
Buriat: dürge-, düre-
Kalmuck: dürwǝ-
Mogol: dürgä-, dürü- (Ramstedt 1906)
Comments: KW 106.
Proto-Mongolian: *dürbe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to run (in panic)
Russian meaning: бежать (в панике)
Written Mongolian: dürbe-, (L 281) dürbi-
Middle Mongolian: durbe- (SH, HYt)
Khalkha: dürve-
Proto-Mongolian: *düri
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: form, outlook
Russian meaning: вид, облик
Written Mongolian: düri (L 282)
Khalkha: dür
Buriat: düre
Kalmuck: dürǝ, dürsṇ
Ordos: düri
Dagur: dur (Тод. Даг. 138), dure (MD 139)
Mogol: ZM dor (7-6b) 'affection'
Comments: KW 105, MGCD 245, 246. Mong. > Man. dursun (Rozycki 64).
Proto-Mongolian: *dürü-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stick into
Russian meaning: втыкать
Written Mongolian: dürü- (L 283)
Middle Mongolian: duru- (MA 185)
Khalkha: düre-
Buriat: düre-
Kalmuck: dür-
Comments: KW 105-106.
Proto-Mongolian: *eb-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to bend, fold 2 knee 3 to roll
Russian meaning: 1 гнуть, сгибать, складывать 2 колено 3 вертеть
Written Mongolian: ebke- 1 (L 288), ebüdüg 2 (L 290), ebkere- 3 (L 288)
Middle Mongolian: ebkä- 1 (IM), ibkä- 1 (MA),ebuduk 2 (SH), äbdäk 2 (IM), ubuduk 2 (MA),
Khalkha: evxe- 1, övdög 2, evxre- 3
Buriat: ebxe- 1, übdeg 2
Kalmuck: epkǝ- 1, öwdǝg 2
Ordos: ebχe-, ewχʷe- 1, öwödök 2
Dongxian: odǝu 2
Baoan: ebdǝg, vedeg 2
Dagur: ebke- 1 (Тод. Даг. 138), ebeke- (MD 139)
Shary-Yoghur: wǝdǝg 2
Monguor: udiG, idiG (SM 464), wedeG (Huzu) 2
Mogol: ündük
Comments: KW 302, MGCD 251, 536.
Proto-Mongolian: *eb-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 breast 2 bosom
Russian meaning: 1 грудь 2 пазуха
Written Mongolian: ebür, öbür (L 628) 2, ebčigü(n) (L 285) 1
Middle Mongolian: ebur 2, ebuǯe'un (HY 46, SH), emčon (IM), ibču-tu (MA) 1
Khalkha: öwör 2, öwčǖ(n) 1
Buriat: über 2, übsǖ(n) 1
Kalmuck: öwṛ 2, öpcǖn, öpčǖn 1
Ordos: öwör 2, öbčǖ 1
Dongxian: ečen 2
Baoan: vɛr 1, ɛbčoŋ 2
Dagur: eur 1 (Тод. Даг. 176 xeur - with a strange x-), erčū (Тод. Даг. 140) 2
Shary-Yoghur: wǝr 1, χöǯǖn 2
Monguor: wer, ur, j(w)ǝr, jer (SM 492), ujer (Huzu) 1, śʒ́ụ̄ 'poitrine, poitrail' (SM 391), śiǯau 2
Mogol: ebčǖn; ZM ebčoun (2-8b)
Comments: KW 303, 298. MGCD 537, 539. Mong. > Evk. owur, see Poppe 1966, 197, Doerfer MT 127.
Proto-Mongolian: *ebde-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to break
Russian meaning: ломать, разрушать
Written Mongolian: ebde- (L 285)
Middle Mongolian: ebde-, obde- (SH), ibdä- (MA)
Khalkha: evde-
Buriat: ebde-, ünde- (Alar.)
Kalmuck: ebdǝ-
Ordos: ebde-
Baoan: vete-
Dagur: erde- (Тод. Даг. 140), erede- (MD 145)
Shary-Yoghur: ebde-
Comments: KW 116, MGCD 249. Mong. ebde-re- > Man. ebdere- etc., see Doerfer MT 79, Rozycki 65. Cf. also WMong. ibire-, Khalkha ivre- 'to crumble'.
Proto-Mongolian: *ebe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be ill 2 to weaken 3 illness
Russian meaning: 1 болеть 2 изнемогать, обессилеть 3 болезнь
Written Mongolian: ebed- 1 (L 286), ebere- 2
Middle Mongolian: ebet- (SH), ebečin 3 (HYt), äbdä- (IM), ibä̆d- (MA) 1
Khalkha: övd- 1, övrö- 2
Buriat: übde- 1, übešen 3
Kalmuck: öwdǝ- 1
Ordos: öwöd- 1, öwöčin 3
Dongxian: otu- 1 (Тод. Дн. 132)
Baoan: vete- 1 (Тод. Бн. 136), (MGCD) ɛtǝ- 1
Dagur: eude- 1, eur 3 (Тод. Даг. 141, MD 146)
Shary-Yoghur: wēd- 1
Monguor: (w)idi-, udi- 1 (SM 188, 464), (Тод. Мгр. 368)
Mogol: ebätu-; ZM ebätun 'pain' (4-7a)
Comments: KW 302, MGCD 536.
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