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  • ödek dung; place where the cattle is kept.
  • ödüg cf. ööš esophagus.
  • ödürek duck; cf. edirek. [<CT *hö:rtek]
  • ög yurt; home; ög tik- to set up a yurt; öö his/her yurt; ög išti family, family member; husband; wife. [<CT *eb]
  • ög-büle family.
  • ögbe ancestor; great-grandfather; ögbe dïl proto-language, parent language.
  • öge- to rub, to polish, to grate, to comb, to card; to smear, to daub. [<CT *ögi-]
  • öglen- to get married.
  • ök larynx, throat, gullet.
  • ökpe lung; ökpe öŋ crimson. [<CT *öpke]
  • ökpe-baar liver; ökpe-baardan kïlgan made with liver; ökpe baardan kïlgan kolbasa liver sausage.
  • ökpele- to be dissatified, displeased. [<CT *öpkele-]
  • ökpeži discontented, dissatisfied. [<CT *öpkeči]
  • öl humid, wet. [<CT *ö:l]
  • öl- to die; ölbes immortal. [<CT *öl-]
  • öleŋ sedge (a species of grass). [<CT *öleŋ]
  • ölüg dead, deceased. [<CT *ölüg]
  • ölüg chaff.
  • ölük furs, peltry; fur-bearing.
  • ölüm death. [<CT *ölüm]
  • ölür- to kill. [<CT *ölür-]
  • ölürt- to let kill. [<CT *ölürt-]
  • ömüneezinden on behalf of.
  • önčü property; sotsialistig önčü socialist property; önčüzün xuraa- to confiscate property.
  • önčülüg having property.
  • öŋ colour. [<CT *öŋ]
  • öŋ friend, pal.
  • öŋgür bright, light; öŋgür čeček bright flower.
  • öŋnüg coloured; öŋnüg karandaštar colour pencils; öŋnüg fil’m colour film; öŋnüg metaldar non-ferous metals. [<CT *öŋlüg]
  • öŋnük friend.
  • öödele- to become better; to become right, to become free; cf. ööndele-.
  • öök (small) button.
  • ööndele- cf. öödele- to become better.
  • öör friendship, friend; group, herd, flock; öör sïldïs constellation. [<NE *ögür]
  • ööredig doctrine, study, teachings. [<CT *ögretig]
  • ööredikči teacher.
  • ööredilge learning, education.
  • öören- to learn, to study; to get used to (+ dat). [<CT *ögren-]
  • ööreniičel able, capable, intelligent.
  • öörenikči student, apprentice, pupil.
  • ööret- to teach. [<CT *ögret-]
  • öörü cf. örü upward.
  • öörü- to be happy, to rejoice. [<NE *ögri-]
  • öörünčüg pleasant, joyful.
  • öörüškü happiness, joy.
  • öörzek without herd.
  • ööskü- to become worse (disease); to break out and spread (disease, war, fire).
  • öösküt- to spread (rumours); to kindle (fire, emotions); to commit (a revolution).
  • ööš gullet, esophagus, trachea; strait; kïzïl ööš esophagus; kegžir ööš trachea; ööš et- to hiccup; cf. ödüg. [<CT *öŋöč]
  • öpey lullaby.
  • öpeyle- to sing lullabies.
  • öre debt. [LM *öri]
  • öreel classroom; room; aalčïlar öreeli drawing room, lounge. [LM öregüü]
  • örege felt covering of the smoke outlet of a yurt.
  • örelig indebted.
  • öreme cream. [LM örüme]
  • örge burunduk, suslyk, gopher, ground squirrel.
  • örgee rich yurt; tent; residence (e.g. of a khan). [LM örgüge(n)]
  • örgen stake, picket, pile. [<NE *örgen]
  • örgen-mïyïs male yearling maral deer.
  • örgül gift, present. [Mo]
  • örgün: örgün čon the masses.
  • örgüüdel application.
  • öršeel mercy, pardon, amnesty.
  • ört [öhrt] a fire, burning (of grassland, woods); ört sal- to set fire to. [<CT *ört]
  • örteel yam station, horse relay station; stop between yam stations. [cf. LM örtege(n)]
  • örtek price, value, cost. [LM örteg]
  • örtemčey world, universe.
  • örteŋ burned, charred.
  • örttet- to set a fire, to ignite. [<CT *örtet-]
  • örü (~ örüü) upper side, up, upwards. [<CT *ö:rü]
  • örü- to plait, to braid (hair); to compose (text). [<CT *ö:r-]
  • örü- to cut.
  • örüm drill, auger, borer. [LM örüm]
  • örüten (~ örüürten) from above; from the north; örüten kelgen kiži a person having come from the north.
  • ös aorta; özü kara perfidious.
  • ös- (özer) to grow. [LM ös-]
  • öske another; öske-daa and others. [<CT *özge]
  • öske- [öhske-] to cross a river.
  • öskele- to consider as alien, strange; to treat as alien, stranger, to treat unfriendly; of children to fear a stranger.
  • öskerliiškin (~ öskerilge) change.
  • öskerlikči traitor.
  • ösküs orphan. [<CT *ögsüz]
  • öš revenge, vengeance, spite; öš-bile with a bad intention, on purpose. [<CT *ö:č]
  • öš- (öžer) to go out, to extinguish. [<CT *öč-]
  • öškü goat; policeman, cop, copper. [<CT *ečkü]
  • öštüg carrying a bad intention to, being thirsty for; having a liking or weakness for, being partial to; ehtke östüg kiži a person who likes meat; uygaa öštüg kiži a person who likes to sleep. [<CT *öčlüg]
  • öt gall bladder; bile. [<CT *ö:t]
  • öt- to get wet.
  • öt- to suffer from diarrhoea.
  • öt- [öht-] to penetrate.
  • ötkekte- to suffer from diarrhoea.
  • ötkür sharp; piercing; shrewd; loud.
  • ötküt sharp; piercing; shrewd; loud.
  • öttün- to imitate; kiži öttünüp sïgïr- to imitate the whistling of man.
  • öttünček imitating.
  • öttür- to make wet, moist; but öttür- to get one’s feet wet; erinni öttür- to moisten the lips.
  • övür southern side; the southern part of Tuva. [LM öbür]
  • övürle- to go south, to go to the south of Tuva.
  • öy moment, time, season.
  • öy: -A/IrIngA öy to do only, merely, just, nothing but; ol oynaarïnga öy s/he does nothing but playing; sen uduurunga öy-dür you do nothing but sleeping, you are a sleepy-head; ol čemneniringe öy s/he does nothing but eating, s/he is a glutton.
  • öy just right, fitting, of the right size, measure; bo idikter meŋee öy these boots are of the right size for me, these boots fit me.
  • öy- to roll; to rub.
  • öyek abdomen, belly (of animals).
  • öyle- to limit, to restrict, to measure out, to ration; ažïl šagïn öyle- to standardise the working time.
  • öyünde just right, moderate; öyünde temperatura moderate temperature; bo meŋee öyünde ton-dur this is a dress that fits me just right.
  • özek axle, core, center. [<CT *özek]
  • özen narrow gully.
  • özülde growth. [LM ösülte]
  • özüm shoots, young growth; baštaygï özümner early shoots.
  • öžeen revenge, vengeance, hate, hatred; öžeen alïkčïzï avenger. [cf. LM ösi-]
  • öžeennig being against, fiendish, antagonist.
  • öžeeten (~ öžeeti) hardened enemy, inveterate enemy.
  • öžeš ?stubbornness.
  • öžügeer on purpose.
  • öžün forearm. [<CT *öšün]
  • öžür- to extinguish. [<CT *öčür-]