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Proto-Mongolian: *čoɣu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 through and through, completely 2 to pierce, make a hole 3 to be pierced
Russian meaning: 1 насквозь, совершенно 2 протыкать, делать отверстие 3 продырявиться
Written Mongolian: čoɣu 1, čoɣul- 2 (L 195), čoɣuru- 3
Khalkha: 1, cōlo- 2
Buriat: sōlgo 'ice-hole, прорубь', sōnog 'hole'
Kalmuck: cōl- 2 (КРС)
Ordos: čōl- 2
Baoan: čolǝ-, čorǝ- 2
Dagur: čōro- 3 (Тод. Даг. 182)
Shary-Yoghur: čūl-
Monguor: ćōli- (SM 454), čōlǝ- (Huzu) 2
Mogol: čōlō; ZM čɔ̄lɔ̄ 'hole, window' (14-4b)
Comments: MGCD 573, 574.
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