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Proto-Mongolian: *örü-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 top of milk 2 cover of roof-window
Russian meaning: 1 сливки 2 покрышка дымохода в юрте
Written Mongolian: örüme 1 (L 644), erüke, örke 2 (L 332)
Middle Mongolian: eruge, oruge 2 (SH), uremä 1, uruke 2 (MA 329, 278)
Khalkha: öröm 1, örx(ön) 2
Buriat: ürme(n) 1, ürxe 2
Kalmuck: örṃ 1, örkǝ 2
Ordos: örmö 1, öröχö 2
Dagur: urum 1 (Тод. Даг. 171), urume ' a k. of cheese' (MD 233)
Shary-Yoghur: öröm 1
Monguor: jermen (SM 492), rmēn 1
Comments: KW 299, 300, MGCD 549. Mong. örüme > Man. oromo, Evk. urumu (Doerfer MT 103), Yak. örümä; örüke > Oyr. örökö etc. (see Лексика 517); > Sol. örxȫ (ТМС 2, 286), see Doerfer MT 21 (but hardly > PTM *urke 'door' which seems rather to be a genuine cognate).
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