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Proto-Mongolian: *bediɣün, *büdüɣün
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thick
Russian meaning: толстый
Written Mongolian: büdügün, bidügün (L 144)
Middle Mongolian: bid[o]n (IM), bidun (MA)
Khalkha: büdǖn
Buriat: büdǖn
Kalmuck: büdǖn, bödǖn
Ordos: büdǖn, bidǖn
Dongxian: biedun
Baoan: beidoŋ
Dagur: budūn (Тод. Даг. 128), budun (MD 126)
Shary-Yoghur: budǖn
Monguor: budin (SM 31), bidun (Huzu)
Mogol: beidǖn; ZM beidun (18-3a)
Comments: KW 66, MGCD 173. The South.-Mong. (Dong., Bao.), as well as Mog. beidǖn (ZM beidun) and the Manchu loanword bedun (see TMN 1, 234) indicate that the original vowel was *e (*bedi-ɣün), with subsequent assimilation in most dialects. Mong. > Yak. bödöŋ 'high'.
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