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Proto-Mongolian: *owči
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: interior side of the cheek; mouthful
Russian meaning: внутренняя сторона щеки; глоток, количество жидкости, которое можно набрать в рот
Written Mongolian: ouči, oɣuči (L 602, 625)
Khalkha: ōč
Buriat: ōšo(n)
Kalmuck: ōčǝ
Ordos: ōč`i 'gorgée'
Dongxian: oču- (očɨ-)
Dagur: ūčǝ
Shary-Yoghur: ūčǝ
Monguor: ōč́i- 'to drink' (SM 299), ūčiɣu 'a drink' (Тод. Мгр. 369)
Mogol: ɔči- 'to drink' (Weiers)
Comments: KW 292, MGCD 523. The Mongor forms could be derived from ū- 'drink' (v. sub *ṓp`à), but the affixation in that case would be unclear.
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