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Proto-Mongolian: *amu-, *ami-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to rest 2 peace, rest 3 to be / become quiet 4 life, soul
Russian meaning: 1 покоиться, отдыхать 2 покой, мир 3 успокаиваться 4 жизнь, душа
Written Mongolian: amu-, amura-, amara- 1, amur 2 (L 36, 40)
Middle Mongolian: amin (HY 49) 4, amuxulaŋ 'peace' (HY 55), amu- 1, amura- 3, ami-du 'alive', amor (IM 432), amu- 1, amur 2, amin 4, ami-du 'alive', hamisqu 'breath' (MA 100, 102), amur 1, ami(n) 4, amu- 1, amur-li- 3 (SH)
Khalkha: amar, amgal (<*amu-gal) 2; 'easy', aḿ (amin) 4, amra- 1, aḿsga- 'to breathe'
Buriat: amar 2, amar- 1, amgalan(g)'peaceful', ami(n) 4, 'breath', amisxa- 'to breathe'
Kalmuck: amṛ, amɣūlǝŋ 2, amṛ- 1, ämṇ 4, äṃsχǝ- 'to breathe'
Ordos: am, amur, amūlaŋ, amuɣūlaŋ 2, amara- 1, ami 4, amus ge- 3, amisχa- 'to breathe'
Dongxian: hamura- 1, amin 4 (Тод. Дн. 110, 139)
Baoan: hamera- 1 (Тод. Бн. 150) (MGCD: hamǝr-)
Dagur: amar(a)- 1, 3, amal, amūl 2, ami 4, amisa- 'запыхаться' (MD 6, Тод. Даг. 120)
Shary-Yoghur: amura- 1 (MGCD amǝra-), amar 2
Monguor: xamurā- (SM 154), xamburā- 1, ami (SM 6) 4, amuraG 'ami, qui s'accorde bien' (SM 6)
Mogol: amdun 'lebendig' (Ramstedt 1906); ZM amūdu'i 'alive'
Comments: KW 9, 22, Тод. Мгр. 314, 373, MGCD 106, 109, 110. Mong. > Tuva ami 'life' etc., Sol. ami, Man. ami-la-, see Doerfer MT 136; > Shor etc. abɨr (R), Tuba, Nogh. awɨr 'peace, quietness' - see ЭСТЯ I 59; > Evk. amurā-, Man. amuran, see Doerfer MT 99.
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