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Proto-Mongolian: *iču-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to go back, get ready to go back
Russian meaning: возвращаться, готовиться к возвращению
Middle Mongolian: iču- (SH, HYt)
Ordos: iči-
Dagur: ič- 'to go to a place' (Тод. Даг. 146: iči-), iči 'go' (MD 170)
Monguor: śʒ́i-, (MGCD) śiǯi- 'to go to a place'
Comments: MGCD 534.
Proto-Mongolian: *id-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: female shaman
Russian meaning: шаманка
Written Mongolian: iduɣan, uduɣan (L 861)
Middle Mongolian: jituxan (HY 31), jǝtxan 'волхв' (IM), utugun / hotkun (LH)
Khalkha: udug
Buriat: udagan
Kalmuck: udǝɣǝn (КРС)
Ordos: udaGan 'accoucheusse, accoucheur'
Dagur: jadagan (Тод. Даг. 146), jadegen 'shaman (in direct contact with spirits)' (MD 168)
Proto-Mongolian: *ide-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to eat
Russian meaning: есть
Written Mongolian: ide- (L 398)
Middle Mongolian: jide- (HY 25, SH), idä- (IM), idä- (MA)
Khalkha: ide-
Buriat: ede-
Kalmuck: idǝ-
Ordos: ide-
Dongxian: iǯie-
Baoan: nde-
Dagur: ide- (Тод. Даг. 146, MD 173)
Shary-Yoghur: ede-
Monguor: ide- (SM 188)
Mogol: idä-; ZM idä (16-2b)
Comments: KW 205, MGCD 407, TMN 1, 188.
Proto-Mongolian: *ideɣe
Meaning: pus
Russian meaning: гной
Written Mongolian: idege (L 399)
Khalkha: idē(n) (БАМРС)
Kalmuck: idēn (Oir.)
Monguor: idē 'pus, matter' (SM 189)
Proto-Mongolian: *ila-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to fry (on a pan) 2 frying-pan
Russian meaning: 1 жарить (на сковороде) 2 сковорода
Khalkha: jalā- 1
Buriat: jala 2
Monguor: īla- 'faire brûler, chauffer le lit en briques' (SM 190)
Proto-Mongolian: *ila-
Meaning: to overcome, surpass, win
Russian meaning: превосходить, одолевать, побеждать
Written Mongolian: ila- (L 401)
Middle Mongolian: ila- (SH)
Khalkha: jala-
Proto-Mongolian: *ile
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: known, evident, obvious
Russian meaning: известный, очевидный
Written Mongolian: ile (L 404)
Middle Mongolian: ile (SH), ilä̆ (MA)
Khalkha: il
Buriat: eli
Kalmuck: ilǝ
Ordos: ile, ele
Dagur: il, ilēt (Тод. Даг. 146 ilte), ile (MD 171)
Shary-Yoghur: hele
Mogol: ZM ilä (10-2b)
Comments: KW 206, MGCD 407. Initial h- in S.-Yugh. is unclear. Mong. > Man. ile etc., see Doerfer MT 117, Rozycki 116; Yak., Dolg. ile (Stachowski 124).
Proto-Mongolian: *ileɣe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to send
Russian meaning: посылать
Written Mongolian: ilege- (L 404)
Middle Mongolian: ile- (SH) 'to go away', ilä-, elä- (IM), hile-, ilä- (MA), ile- 'to go', ilē- 'to send' (HYt)
Khalkha: ilgē-
Buriat: eĺgē-
Kalmuck: ilgɛ̄-
Dagur: ilgē- (Тод. Даг. 146)
Comments: KW 207. Most modern forms point to a form with secondary suffixation *il(e)ɣeɣe- > *ilgeɣe-. Mong. > Evk. elge-, Man. elge-, elgi- etc. (see ТМС 2, 446).
Proto-Mongolian: *ilga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to discern, distinguish
Russian meaning: различать
Written Mongolian: ilɣa- (L 406)
Middle Mongolian: jilxa (HY 40)
Khalkha: jalga-
Buriat: ilga-
Kalmuck: ilɣǝ-
Ordos: ilga-
Dongxian: inGǝrǝ-, (j)inGara-
Dagur: jalga- (Тод. Даг. 147), jalegā (MD 168)
Shary-Yoghur: ǝlga-
Monguor: laGa- (SM 219), laGā-
Mogol: ZM elɣɔ̄ (6-6b)
Comments: KW 206, MGCD 733. Mong. > Oyr. ɨlɣa- etc. (VEWT 165, TMN 1, 194-195, ЭСТЯ 1, 652-653); > Man. ilga- (TMN 1, 195, Doerfer MT 137).
Proto-Mongolian: *ili
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: new-born deer
Russian meaning: новорожденный олененок
Written Mongolian: ili (L 407), eli
Middle Mongolian: ele'ut 'a k. of camel' (SH)
Khalkha: il
Buriat: eli
Kalmuck: ilǝ
Comments: KW 206. Cf. also *il-gi(n) 'goat skin' (KW 207).
Proto-Mongolian: *i-nu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 3d p. possessive pronoun
Russian meaning: притяж. местоим. 3 л.
Written Mongolian: inu- (L 412)
Middle Mongolian: ino (Gen.) (HYt, SH)
Khalkha:
Buriat:
Kalmuck:
Dagur: īn 'he; this, that' (Тод. Даг. 146)
Mogol: ini ~ ni ~ ne ~ i (Weiers)
Proto-Mongolian: *iŋča-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to neigh
Russian meaning: ржать
Written Mongolian: inčaɣa-, iŋčaɣa- (L 410, 411)
Middle Mongolian: iŋuliǯa- (HY 16)
Khalkha: jancgā-; uŋgalda-
Buriat: insagā-
Kalmuck: incǝɣā-
Ordos: inčagā-
Dagur: ingilī- (Тод. Даг. 146: "to moan")
Comments: KW 208, MGCD 736.
Proto-Mongolian: *ira-ɣu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: melodious sound, harmony
Russian meaning: мелодический звук, гармония
Written Mongolian: iraɣu (L 413)
Middle Mongolian: jira'u (MA)
Khalkha: jarū
Buriat: iragū ( < lit.)
Ordos: iraGū
Monguor: joro 'bruit, son, voix' (SM 494)
Proto-Mongolian: *ire-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to come
Russian meaning: приходить
Written Mongolian: ire- (L 413)
Middle Mongolian: jire- (HY 34, SH), irä-, iro- (IM), irä-, irä̆- (MA)
Khalkha: ire-
Buriat: jere-
Kalmuck: ir-
Ordos: ire-
Dongxian: ire-
Baoan: re-
Dagur: ire- (Тод. Даг. 146, MD 173)
Shary-Yoghur: ere-
Monguor: re- (SM 313), ire-
Mogol: irä-; ZM eirä (40-7)
Comments: KW 209, MGCD 412.
Proto-Mongolian: *ir-, *irgen
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to fill up, to crowd 2 people
Russian meaning: 1 заполнять, толпиться 2 народ
Written Mongolian: ir- 1 (L 412), irgen 2 (L 414)
Middle Mongolian: jirgen (HY 28), irge(n) (SH) 2, irken, hirken (MA)
Khalkha: irgen 2
Buriat: ergen 2; iraj-, 'стоять рядами, шеренгами', iralza- 'мелькать ( о множестве предметов, находящихся в движении)'
Kalmuck: irgṇ 2
Ordos: īrgen '1 citizen, 2 chinese'
Dagur: irgen 2 (Тод. Даг. 146), iregen (MD 173)
Mogol: irgan 2 (Weiers); ZM orgɔ̄n (9-6a)
Comments: KW 209. Mong. > Jurch. irhebe (843), Man. irgen (see Rozycki 117).
Proto-Mongolian: *irwa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: (bad) omen
Russian meaning: (дурное) знамение
Written Mongolian: irua, iruua (L 415)
Middle Mongolian: ira (MA 242)
Khalkha: jor(o)
Buriat: joro
Kalmuck: jorǝ
Ordos: joro
Dagur: jor (Тод. Даг. 147), jore (MD 173)
Shary-Yoghur: jor
Comments: KW 219, MGCD 740. Despite EDT 197, hardly borrowed from Turkic; Mong. > Yak. ɨra.
Proto-Mongolian: *it-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 partridge 2 jay 3 falcon 4 a k. of hawk 5 hazel-hen
Russian meaning: 1 куропатка 2 сойка 3 сокол 4 ястреб-перепелятник 5 рябчик
Written Mongolian: itaɣu 1, ite 2, itelgü 3 (L 417, 418)
Middle Mongolian: jitelogu (HY 14) 4, itawun 1 (LH), itaūn 1 (Lig.VMI), itelku 'merlin' (MA 221)
Khalkha: jatū 1, jotū 5
Buriat: itag (šāzgaj) 2
Kalmuck: jotūn, itǖ 'hazel-hen', itǝ 'a bird of prey', itlɣǝ 3
Ordos: itū 1, ötölgö, etelge 3
Monguor: sdergu 3 (SM 336)
Comments: KW 211, 219. Mong. > Uzb. itälgü etc., Manchu itulxen, iturxen (ТМС 1, 334), Man. itu, Sol. itau (Rozycki 117); MKor. iktǝkui (Lee 1964, 191).
Proto-Mongolian: *itege-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hope, believe, trust
Russian meaning: верить, надеяться, доверять
Written Mongolian: itege- (L 417)
Middle Mongolian: itege- (HYt), itqa- 'to reason' (MA), itegiltu (LH)'zuverlässig'
Khalkha: itge-, jatga-
Buriat: idxa-
Kalmuck: itkǝ- (КРС)
Ordos: etege-
Dagur: itge- (Тод. Даг. 146), itege- (MD 174)
Shary-Yoghur: hdēge-
Comments: MGCD 414.
Proto-Mongolian: *iǯi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 complete set 2 equal, identical 3 accustomed 4 to get accustomed
Russian meaning: 1 полный набор 2 равный, тождественный 3 привычный 4 привыкать
Written Mongolian: iǯi 1, iǯil 2 (L 419)
Middle Mongolian: iǯilidulče- 4 (SH)
Khalkha: 1, iǯil 2, 3
Buriat: ežel 2, 3
Kalmuck: iǯl 3 'accustomed to each other (of animals)'
Ordos: iǯil, eǯil 3 '=Kal'
Comments: KW 205.
Proto-Mongolian: *jabu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to walk
Russian meaning: ходить
Written Mongolian: jabu- (L 420)
Middle Mongolian: jabu- (HY 34, SH), jābu-, jabu- (IM), jabu- (MA)
Khalkha: java-
Buriat: jaba-
Kalmuck: jow-
Ordos: jawu-
Dongxian: javu-
Baoan: ju-
Dagur: jaw(a)-, jau- (Тод. Даг. 147), jau- (MD 169)
Shary-Yoghur: jawǝ-
Monguor: jụ̄- (SM 494), (MGCD, Minghe jau-)
Mogol: jobu-
Comments: KW 220, MGCD 731, TMN 1, 546. Mong. > Man. jō- etc., see Poppe 1966, 196, Doerfer MT 82, Rozycki 222.
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