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Etymological Legend
Ch Chinese
CT Common Turkic
Kh Khalkha Mongolian
Khak Khakas
LM Literary Mongolian
LT Literary Tibetan
NE Northeastern Turkic
Rus Russian
Skt Sanskrit
  • -na cf. -la only; like.
  • naadïm feast, festival. [LM naγadum]
  • naadïmna- to celebrate a feast, to hold a festival.
  • načīn falcon; wrestler. [LM nači(n)]
  • nagan handgun, revolver. [←Rus nagan]
  • nam (political) party; cf. partiya. [LM nam]
  • namčï party member.
  • namda- to cease, to fade, to subside, to abate, to calm down; xat namdaan the wind subsided; aarïïrï namdaan his disease abated. [LM namda-]
  • namdaaškïn the act of ceasing, fading, subsiding, abating, calming down.
  • namdar biography. [LM namtar ←LT rnam thar]
  • namdat- to appease, to quench, to soothe, to alleviate.
  • narïn complex, complicated; narïn mašina complex machinery; narïn aytïrïg complicated question. [LM narin]
  • nasos pump. [←Rus nasos]
  • našatïr’ sal ammoniac. [←Rus našaryr’ ←Ir]
  • nayïr holiday, feast. [LM nayir]
  • nayïral friendship; buzulbas nayïral unbreakable friendship. [LM nayiral]
  • nayïraldaš- to become friends, to befriend.
  • nayïraldaštïr- to let become friends.
  • nayïraldažïïškïn friendship.
  • nayïraldïg friendly.
  • nayïrla- to celebrate a holiday, feast.
  • nayïrzak festive, festal, holiday.
  • nayïsïlal capital; nayïsïlal xooray capital city. [LM neyislel]
  • nayta- to hope. [LM naida-]
  • nazï age, time of living; uzun nazï nazïlazïn may s/he live long!; nazï čet- to reach majority, full age, to come of age; nazï četken adult; nazï četpeen minor, under age; nazï bar- to grow old; nazï baraan old; cf. nazïn. [LM nasu(n)]
  • nazïda- cf. nazïla- to become old.
  • nazïla- to become old; nazïlap kïrï- to grow old; nazïlap kïraan kiži elderly person, person in his declining years; cf. nazïda-. [LM nasula-]
  • nazïlïg of a certain age; uzun nazïlïg kiži longliver.
  • nazïn age; time of living; čaš nazïn childhood; čalïï nazïn youth; kïraan nazïn old age; xïp deen nazïnda in the prime of life; bügü nazïnïnda during his whole life; cf. nazï. [LM nasu(n)]
  • nazïn-xar age.
  • -ne cf. -la only; like.
  • nedelya week; cf. čedi-xonuk. [←Ru nedelja]
  • nege- to require. [LM neke-]
  • negekči plaintiff.
  • negelde need, demand. [LM nekelte]
  • negeldelig demanding.
  • negettin- to be required, desirable, necessary.
  • neme- to add, to increase. [LM neme-]
  • nemeeškin addition.
  • nemeg addition, supplement.
  • nemelde addition. [LM nemelte]
  • nemeš- to add, to increase.
  • neptere- to spread, to take root. [LM nebtere-]
  • niiti common, general, in general; niiti xural general assembly; niiti dïl common language; niitiniŋ malï livestock held in common. [LM neite]
  • niitilel society.
  • niitileš- to nationalize, to collectivize.
  • nogaa fruit, vegetables; nogaa kažaazï kitchen-garden. [LM noγoγa(n)]
  • nogaan green; nogaan öŋ green colour. [LM noγoγan]
  • nogaandïk hangman, executioner.
  • nom book; nom sadïï bookstore; nom ündürer čer publishing house. [LM nom]
  • nomču- to read; solun nomču- to read the newspaper; ištinde nomču- to read silently.
  • nomčukču reader.
  • nomčulga (the act of) reading.
  • nomčuš- to read together, to help reading.
  • nomčut- to let read.
  • nomčutungur readable.
  • nomnal study, doctrine, teachings; cf. ööredig. [LM nomlal]
  • noyan prince. [LM noyan]
  • nurgulayï majority; nurgulayïnda usually, as usual.
  • nügül sin; slander, calumny. [LM nigül]
  • nügülde- to slander.
  • nügüldekči slanderer.
  • nüürlüg cf. arïn-nüürlüg conscientious.
  • nüürte- to collate with, to check against.