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Proto-Mongolian: *buɣurčag
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pea
Russian meaning: горох
Written Mongolian: buɣurčaɣ, (L 132) buɣurčai
Middle Mongolian: burčax (HY 8)
Khalkha: būrcag
Buriat: būrsag 'semen, fruit of vegetables'
Kalmuck: būrcǝg
Ordos: burčaq
Dongxian: puča, puǯa
Baoan: pǝǯaG
Dagur: borečō (MD 126), borčō
Shary-Yoghur: purčaG
Monguor: puʒ́aG (SM 305), puǯaG
Comments: KW 65, MGCD 171. Variants without -ɣ- (WMong. burčaɣ etc.) should be regarded as Turkisms), but those with -ɣ- can be hardly explained in this way, despite Clark 1980, 43, Sukhebaatar; Southern Mong. forms are ambiguous, because they could have underwent secondary vowel shortening.
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