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Proto-Japanese: *tí Meaning: blood Russian meaning: кровь Old Japanese: ti 'blood; spirit, force' Middle Japanese: tí Tokyo: chì Kyoto: chī́ Kagoshima: chí Nase: čí Shuri: čī́ Hateruma: ʒɨ̄̀ Yonakuni: čī́ Comments: JLTT 545. The reading ti for 'blood' in OJ is quite certain because of the makurakotoba tipayaburu, which is written alternatively with the characters 知 (Kojiki), 千 (e.g. Man'yōshū 2663) and 血 (Man'yōshū 3236).
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