Comments:EAS 52, АПиПЯЯ 284, Дыбо 13. The frequently compared with Turk. WMong. ǯorči- 'to ride, wander' (see KW 476, Владимирцов 187, VEWT 207), is most likely a loanword (ǯorči- < *ǯorti-, from the Turk. derived form *jor(ɨ)t- (ЭСТЯ 4, 226-227); cf. also *jorɨga 'pedestrian; ambler' (ЭСТЯ 4, 225) > WMong. ǯiruɣa, see VEWT 207, KW 115, TMN 4, 152, whence Yak., Dolg. ǯoruo, see Kaɫ. MEJ 23, 35, Stachowski 91)), *jorɨ- > WMong. ǯori- 'to head (somewhere)' (KW 478; hence Man. ǯori-, see Doerfer MT 115); see Щербак 1997, 125. Note that Doerfer's criticism (TMN 4, 219-220) of the Tung.-Turk. comparison is unacceptable. However, an archaic opposition of two roots (with *d- and *ǯ-) cannot be excluded: besides a peculiar variation *jorɨ-/ *jüri- in PT note also the tonal mismatch between PT *dūr- and PJ *dǝ́r-.