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Proto-Turkic: *basɨg
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: field, cornfield
Russian meaning: поле
Turkish: bâsu-raχ 'fenced garden, yard' (dial. Zonguldak - Eren 182)
Tatar: basu; basaw (R, Kas.)
Chuvash: pozъ
Bashkir: baɵɨw
Comments: VEWT 64 (hardly < *bas- 'to press'), Федотов I 450-451. Turk. > Mari pasu, Udm. busɨ.

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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *bi̯òsá
Meaning: field, mountain slope
Russian meaning: поле, склон горы
Turkic: *basɨg
Tungus-Manchu: *bosoga
Japanese: *bàsái
Comments: The original meaning may be reconstructed as "vegetation on a mountain slope". All forms reflect a suffixed shape *bi̯òsa-gi (-ga).

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *bosoga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: North slope of a mountain
Russian meaning: северный склон горы
Evenki: bosoɣo
Even: bosaɣ
Negidal: bosoɣịda, bosojị
Solon: bosog 'forest'
Comments: ТМС 1, 97.

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Proto-Japanese: *bàsái
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: early rice
Russian meaning: ранние рисовые посевы
Old Japanese: wase
Middle Japanese: wàsé
Tokyo: wáse
Kyoto: wásè
Kagoshima: wasé
Comments: JLTT 568. The accent in Kyoto is irregular (wàsé would be expected).

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