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Proto-Korean: *sàk- / *sǝ̀k-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to exude, effervesce, ferment 2 to rot, become spoiled 3 ferment, yeast
Russian meaning: 1 киснуть, бродить, выделяться (о поте, пузырьках из воды etc.) 2 гнить, портиться 3 фермент, закваска
Modern Korean: sak- 1, s:ǝk- 2, sǝgim 3
Middle Korean: sàk- 1, sǝ̀k- 2, sǝ̀kím 3
Comments: Liu 435, 448, 450, KED 888, 940.

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