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Proto-Japanese: *utu Meaning: hole, hollow Russian meaning: полость, нора Old Japanese: utu Middle Japanese: uturo Tokyo: ùtsuro Kyoto: útsúró Kagoshima: utsuró Comments: JLTT 565. Accent not quite clear: either *ùtú- (Kyoto, Kagoshima), or *útú- (Kyoto, Tokyo). The root seems to be distinct from *útì 'inside' (v. sub *ṓŕì), although the stems certainly tend to contaminate.
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