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Proto-Mongolian: *(h)agsa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to have fits, convulsions 2 to fling fiercely 3 to chafe, behave nervously (of a horse); to rough-house 4 feeling of weariness (from physical labour)
Russian meaning: 1 биться в судорогах 2 яростно бросаться 3 горячиться (о лошади); буянить 4 чувство усталости, разбитости от физического труда
Written Mongolian: aɣsur-, aɣsa- 1
Khalkha: agsra-, agsči- 3, agsga 4
Buriat: agšan `frolic, prankish'
Kalmuck: agsra- 3, agsag 'wild'
Ordos: agsur- 2 agsum 'яростный, пылкий, необузданный'
Comments: KW 5. Mong. > Evk. aksa- 'to be insulted, grudge', Evn. ās-, Neg. aksa-, Ul. aqsa-, Orok aqsa-, Nan. aqsa-, Oroch aksa- id., Man. aqšula- 'to curse' (ТМС 1, 25).

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