Comments:ТМС 1, 606 (TM-Mong.). Cf. also MKor. núrí 'paddy pile', núrí- 'pile up paddies or grasses' (see Lee 1958, 116) - because of quite exceptional tone and vocalism probably borrowed from Manchu. The Manchu form, despite Rozycki 163, can be hardly explained as borrowed < Mong. In Turkic cf. perhaps Khak. (Верб.) jurlas 'crosswise supports for the firewood (for better burning)'.