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Proto-Mongolian: *bugu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 bracelet 2 noose
Russian meaning: 1 браслет 2 петля, аркан
Written Mongolian: buɣui, baɣu, baɣui 1 (L 71, 131), buɣujil 2 (L 131), baɣuu (SM) 1
Middle Mongolian: bugi 'rope', bugija 'fetters' (SH), buɣū 1 (IM 433), buqau 1 (MA)
Khalkha: bugujvč 1, bugujl 2
Buriat: bugāg 1, bugɨ, bugūli, bugɨbša 2
Kalmuck: buɣū 1, 'neck bandage'
Ordos: buGū 1
Shary-Yoghur: boʁopči 1
Monguor: baGūr 1 (SM 19)
Comments: KW 58, MGCD 166, Дыбо 226. The word is attested already in SH, so it cannot be (despite TMN 2, 278) a modern loanword from forms like Kirgh. buɣaw etc. See also notes to *bog- (sub *bi̯ugu).
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