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Proto-Japanese: *kùtà-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be tired, worn out
Russian meaning: уставать, изнашиваться
Tokyo: kutabiré-
Kyoto: kútábíré-
Kagoshima: kùtàbìrè-
Comments: JLTT 717. Cf. also redupl. kuta-kuta (ni) 'tired, worn out (adv.)'; with a different (emphatic?) accent: MJ kutabari 'a person who is too old (sl.)', mod. Tokyo kutabàr- 'to live too long (sl.)', Kyoto kútábár-, Kagoshima kutabár- id.

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