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Proto-Mongolian: *öre-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to set in order, put in line, arrange in a row 2 half of a carcass; hobble for legs on one side of a horse 3 one of two (objects)
Russian meaning: 1 приводить в порядок, располагать в ряд 2 половина туши; односторонние путы 3 один из двух (предметов)
Written Mongolian: örü- (L 643), öre- 1, örügel 2 (L 643)
Middle Mongolian: ore'elesun (HY 44) 2, ore'ele 3 (SH), urele 2 (MA)
Khalkha: örö- 1, örȫl 2
Buriat: ürȫhe(n), ürȫle 3
Kalmuck: ör- 1 örēsṇ 3
Ordos: örȫl 2
Baoan: rɛji 3
Dagur: ergūlen 2 (Тод. Даг. 140)
Shary-Yoghur: örlölöd 2, örlȫ 3
Comments: KW 298, 299 MGCD 548, 549. Mong. > Chag. örük etc. 'foot hobbles' (VEWT 375).
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