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Proto-Mongolian: *kor- / *kör-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to roll, rotate 2 to bend, become twisted 3 to wrinkle, become curved 4 to whirl (of water, wind)
Russian meaning: 1 крутить, вращать 2 гнуть, изгибаться 3 морщиться, искривляться 4 вертеться, кружиться (о воде, ветре)
Written Mongolian: körböl-, körbüge- 1 (L 490: körbe-, körbü-, körbi-), qorbaji-, qorbuji- 2 (L 988: qorbuji-, qurbuji-), qorčaji- 3 (L 965), qorulǯa- 4
Middle Mongolian: korbe- (SH) 1, kurbe- 'to wallow' (MA)
Khalkha: xorvoj- 3, xörvö- 'to turn over, to upset'; xorlo 'circle-shaped object'
Buriat: xoršogor 'wrinkled, creasy', xüril- 4
Kalmuck: xorwā 'crooked' (КРС)
Dagur: kurbi-, xurbi-, xurbu- (Тод. Даг. 180)
Shary-Yoghur: körwö-; korlo 'wheel'
Monguor: xurbā-; korlo, gulōr 'wheel'
Comments: MGCD 375, 399. Mong. > Evk. kurbu- etc., see Doerfer MT 61, Rozycki 146.
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