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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *š[i]ču-kān
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wagtail, small bird
Russian meaning: трясогузка, птичка
Evenki: čičakān
Even: časqụn
Negidal: čịčaxịn
Spoken Manchu: čičikē (2239)
Literary Manchu: čečike
Jurchen: sihčixie 'sparrow' (158)
Ulcha: čịčo(n)
Nanai: čịčō̃
Oroch: čičoku
Udighe: cikcigi (Корм. 310)
Comments: ТМС 2, 401, 422. Manchu has č- as a result of assimilation, but Jurchen shows that *š- was the initial consonant. TM > Yak. čɨ̄čāx, Dolg. čɨ̄čāk, Tof. šīǯek 'small bird' (see Stachowski 77), probably also Yug čičik, Selk. čičik 'small bird' (see Starostin 1995, 217 - although the Ket (tъ̄qt) and Kott. (čičaba) forms should be regarded separately, as well as other Uralic and Caucasian forms quoted ibid.).
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