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Proto-Mongolian: *aɣu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 large, wide, vast 2 very
Russian meaning: 1 обширный, широкий 2 очень
Written Mongolian: aɣuu, uu (L 18), aɣudam (L 16) 1, aɣui (L 16) 2
Middle Mongolian: a'ue (HY 53, SH), āw, aw (MA 108, 371) 1
Khalkha: agū, ūdam, ūǯim 1, agū, aguj 2
Buriat: ū, ūžam 1
Kalmuck: aɣū, ū 1
Ordos: ūǯim 1
Dongxian: aGui, aɣui 1, uida
Baoan: ū 1
Dagur: au 1 (Тод. Даг. 122, MD 116)
Shary-Yoghur: aɣui, ūǯim
Monguor: ụ̄ (SM 462), au (Minghe) 1
Mogol: ɔɣui 1 (Weiers); ZM ɔ̄ɣu(n) (13-1) 1
Comments: KW 3, 453, MGCD 96, 547, 661, 662.
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