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Proto-Mongolian: *kaji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to cut, hack 2 a k. of arrow 3 adze
Russian meaning: 1 резать, тесать 2 вид длинной стрелы 3 кайло
Written Mongolian: qaji- 1 (L 911), qaji-mur 2 (L 913)
Buriat: xaj- 1, xajlā 3
Proto-Mongolian: *kaji-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to seek, investigate 2 love, compassion
Russian meaning: 1 искать, исследовать 2 любовь, сострадание
Written Mongolian: qaji- 1 (L 911), qajira 2 (L 913)
Middle Mongolian: qairala-, qaijirala- 'to love, treat kindly' (HYt), qajirala- 'сострадать' (MA)
Khalkha: xaj- 1, xajr 2
Buriat: xaj- 1, xajra 2
Kalmuck: xǟrṇ 2
Ordos: xǟra, xǟram 2
Dagur: xairan 2 (Тод. Даг. 172)
Shary-Yoghur: χair 2
Monguor: xǝ̄ran 2; xǝ̄rla- 'cher, chéri; aimer, gratifier' (SM 167), xairGan 2
Comments: KW 180, MGCD 317. Mong. > Man. xaira- etc., see Rozycki 98.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajiba-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to swim (of birds, animals)
Russian meaning: плавать (о птицах, животных)
Written Mongolian: qajiba- (L 911)
Khalkha: xajva-
Buriat: xajba 2; xajbalza- 'идти мерно покачиваясь, ритмично колыхаться'
Kalmuck: {}
Proto-Mongolian: *kajiči
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: scissors
Russian meaning: ножницы
Written Mongolian: qajiči(n) (L 912)
Middle Mongolian: xajiči (HY 21), qaiči (MA)
Khalkha: xajč
Buriat: xajša
Kalmuck: xǟčǝ
Ordos: xǟči
Dongxian: qaičɨ
Baoan: χiči
Dagur: kaič́ (Тод. Даг. 148: kaiči, xaiči), kajči (MD 181)
Shary-Yoghur: χaiči
Monguor: xǝ̄ʒ́i, xǝ̄ći (SM 166), xaiči
Comments: KW 180, TMN 1, 448, MGCD 318. Mong. > Oyr. qajčɨ etc. (ЭСТЯ 5, 209-211); Evk. kajič etc., see Poppe 1966, 193, TMN 1, 449, Doerfer MT 64-65.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajiɣur, -bu(r)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 oar 2 pedal
Russian meaning: 1 весло 2 педаль
Written Mongolian: qajiɣur (L 915: qajaɣur), qajibi, qajibu (L 911: qajiba)
Khalkha: xajūr, xajv 1
Buriat: xajūr 2
Kalmuck: xajūr, xǟwṛ 1, xǟẃǝ 2
Comments: KW 161, 181.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajil-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sea gull 2 lark
Russian meaning: 1 морская чайка 2 жаворонок
Written Mongolian: qajilaɣan 1 (МХТТТ)
Middle Mongolian: qajiruqana (SH) 'Weissfedervogel (e. Drosselart)'.
Khalkha: xajlgana 1
Buriat: xajlgana 1, xajrgana 1,2
Comments: Cf. also WMong. qui (L 982) 'a k. of duck with variegated spots; a grey bird with a long tail resembling a magpie'.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajila-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: elm
Russian meaning: вяз
Written Mongolian: qajilasu(n) (L 912)
Middle Mongolian: qajilasun (HY 7)
Khalkha: xajlas
Buriat: xajlāha(n)
Ordos: xǟlasu
Dagur: xailās (Тод. Даг. 172)
Comments: Mong. > Jurch. xailar, Man. xailan id. (Rozycki 98).
Proto-Mongolian: *kajila-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to melt
Russian meaning: таять; плавиться
Written Mongolian: kajil-
Khalkha: xajl-
Buriat: xajla-
Kalmuck: xǟl-
Ordos: xǟl-
Dagur: hajle- MD 155
Comments: KW 179.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajir-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hit with a hoof
Russian meaning: бить копытом
Written Mongolian: qajir- (L 913: qaira-)
Middle Mongolian: qaji- (SH) 'to tread'
Khalkha: xajr-
Buriat: xajra-
Kalmuck: xǟr-
Ordos: xǟr-
Comments: KW 180.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajir(a)-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: scales, hard bark
Russian meaning: чешуя, твердая кора
Written Mongolian: qajir(a)-su(n) (L 914)
Middle Mongolian: kairsun (HY 15)
Khalkha: xajrs
Kalmuck: xǟrsṇ
Ordos: xǟrsu, xǟrsa
Comments: KW 180.
Proto-Mongolian: *kajira-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to burn, roast
Russian meaning: жарить
Written Mongolian: qajira-, qaɣari- (L 907)
Khalkha: xajr-
Buriat: xajra-
Kalmuck: xǟr-
Dagur: xaira- (Тод. Даг. 172), xāri- (Тод. Даг. 174)
Shary-Yoghur: q`ạjru- 'to boil'
Comments: KW 180. Mong. > Man. χari- etc. (ТМС 1, 463, Doerfer MT 142).
Proto-Mongolian: *kaka- / *kaga-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to break, tear off
Russian meaning: ломать, расщеплять, отдирать
Written Mongolian: qaqa- (L 906: qaɣal-, qaɣala-)
Middle Mongolian: qaqal- (SH), qaqača- 'to divide' (HY 34), qaɣal- (IM)
Khalkha: xaga-
Buriat: xaxa-
Kalmuck: xaɣǝl- (КРС)
Ordos: xaGal-
Dongxian: GaGača- 'to part' (Тод. Дн.)
Dagur: xagalā- (Тод. Даг. 172), hagere-, hagare-, hagelā- (MD 155)
Monguor: xaGali-; xaGarā- 1 'fendre, briser, casser, morceler; se fendre, se fêler 1' (SM 150)
Mogol: qakara- (Weiers)
Proto-Mongolian: *kaka-rkaj ( ~ -g-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bright, clear
Russian meaning: светлый, ясный
Written Mongolian: qaqarqai, qaɣarqai (L 907)
Middle Mongolian: qaqarxai (HY 55) 'evident, clear'
Khalkha: xagarxai
Proto-Mongolian: *kaku-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to turn sour; acrid, bitter, sour
Russian meaning: прокисать; горький, едкий
Written Mongolian: qaqu-ra-, qaqu-n (L 947)
Khalkha: xaxra-, xaxūn
Ordos: Gaxur-, Gawxur-
Proto-Mongolian: *kal-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: reed; feather-grass
Russian meaning: тростник; ковыль
Written Mongolian: qaltalǯi (МХТТТ)
Khalkha: xaltalǯ 1, 'лапчатка шелковая'
Buriat: xalaxan
Proto-Mongolian: *kala-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to change, alternate
Russian meaning: менять, чередовать
Written Mongolian: qala- (L 916)
Khalkha: xala-
Buriat: xala-
Kalmuck: xalǝ-
Ordos: xala-
Dagur: xala-; kālā- 'to change, make better' (Тод. Даг. 148, MD 181), xāla- (Тод. Даг. 173)
Comments: KW 162, MGCD 319. ( > Evk. kala-, Man. χala- etc., ТМС 1, 364, Doerfer MT 81). Cf. also qalamǯi 'care, attention'.
Proto-Mongolian: *kala-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to heat
Russian meaning: нагревать(ся)
Written Mongolian: qala- (L 916)
Middle Mongolian: qala'un 'hot, warm' (HY 6, SH), qalaūn id. (IM), qalun (LH)
Khalkha: xala-
Buriat: xalā- 1 (xala- 'обжигаться') xalū(n) 2
Kalmuck: xalǝ-
Ordos: xala-
Dongxian: qalun 'warm'
Baoan: χalGǝ-, χalǝ-; χoloŋ 'warm'
Dagur: xale- 1 (MD 155) xolō-; xalla- 1, (Тод. Даг. 173) xala- 1, xalōn 2
Shary-Yoghur: χalū-dGa-, χalū-ra-
Monguor: xala- (SM 151); xaloŋ (SM 152) 'warm', xarmaʒ́a- < WMong. qalamača- 'ressentir une forte chaleur, avoir la fièvre' (SM 164)
Mogol: qalɔn 'warm' (Weiers)
Comments: KW 162, MGCD 237, 318, 319. Mong. > Chag. qala-, Tel. qala- 'to make fire, kindle' (VEWT 224, ЭСТЯ 5, 228, Лексика 364); > Man. xala- etc. (Poppe 1966, 192, Doerfer MT 144).
Proto-Mongolian: *kala
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 bitter life experience 2 to decease (rev.)
Russian meaning: 1 трудность, горький опыт 2 скончаться (почт.)
Written Mongolian: qala 1, qali- 2 (L 916, 917)
Khalkha: xal 1, xali- 2
Buriat: xala
Kalmuck: xal (КРС)
Ordos: xala 'rude or cruel treatment'
Proto-Mongolian: *kalbaŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: (woman's) hat
Russian meaning: (женская) шапка
Written Mongolian: qalbaŋ
Kalmuck: χalwŋ
Comments: KW 164. Mong. > Tuva xalbaŋ 'ears (of a winter hat)', see ЭСТЯ 5, 235.
Proto-Mongolian: *kalbuga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: spoon, ladle, oar
Russian meaning: ложка, весло
Written Mongolian: qalbuɣa, qalbaɣa(n) (L 917, 918)
Middle Mongolian: xalbuxua (HY 19), qalbuqa (SH), ɣalbuɣa (MA 139)
Khalkha: xalbaga(n)
Buriat: xalbaga 'ложка, весло, поплавок (удочки), плавники (рыбы)'
Ordos: xalbaGa
Monguor: xụ̄rGa (SM 185)
Comments: Cf. also *kalba- 'flat, broad' (KW 83).
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