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Proto-Mongolian: *do- / *du-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 inside 2 middle, mediocre 3 middle
Russian meaning: 1 внутри 2 средний, посредственный 3 середина
Written Mongolian: do-tur(a) 1 (L 265), du-li 2, du-mda 3 (L 273)
Middle Mongolian: dotora (HY 50), dotona (SH) 1, dutar, dutură (MA) 1, dunda (HY 50, SH) 2, dumda, donda (IM), dundă (MA) 3
Khalkha: dotor 1, duĺ 2, dund 3
Buriat: dosō 1, dunda 3
Kalmuck: dotṛ 1, dundǝ 3
Ordos: dotor 1, dunda 3
Dongxian: tudoro, sudoro 1, dunda 3
Baoan: dorǝ
Dagur: duatar, dotor 1, duanda 3, duande (MD 137) 3
Shary-Yoghur: hdoro 1, dunda 3
Monguor: turo (SM 434), šduro, tudor (SM 427) 1, dunda (SM 64) 3
Mogol: dotōna 1, dunda 3; ZM dotana (4-3a) 1, donda (9-1b) 3
Comments: KW 97,102, MGCD 227, 237. Mong. du-li > Evk. dulin etc., see ТМС 1, 222-223; Doerfer MT 20; Rozycki 63.
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