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Proto-Mongolian: *čagaɣan
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 white 2 to become white
Russian meaning: 1 белый 2 белеть
Written Mongolian: čaɣan 1 (L 158), čaji- 2 (L 160)
Middle Mongolian: čaxan (HY 41), čaqan, čaqa'an (SH) 1, čaiji- (SH) 2, čaɣan (IM) 1, čaɣan, čiɣan (MA) 1
Khalkha: cagān 1, caj- 2
Buriat: sagān 1, saj- 2
Kalmuck: caɣān 1, cǟ- 2
Ordos: čagān 1, čǟ- 2
Dongxian: čǝGan 1
Baoan: čixaŋ 1
Dagur: čigān (Тод. Даг. 181, MD 129) 1; čē- 2
Shary-Yoghur: čaɣān 1; čei- 2
Monguor: ćiGān (SM 447) 1, ćī- (SM 441), ćē- (SM 447), ćai- (Minghe) 2
Mogol: čaɣōn; ZM čaɣɔ̄ (13-7), KT čaɣɔ̄n (18-4a)
Comments: KW 419, 425, MGCD 557, 560, TMN 1, 177. Cf. *čege-ɣen 'light, white' (KW 426). Mong. > Man. čagan 'white, white paper, books' (see Rozycki 42).
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