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Entry: khi:bɨ, khi:bu
Kiränti etymology: Kiränti etymology
Grammar: n.
Meaning: dog, hound
Nepali: kukur
Comments: cf. khlebu.
Entry: khi:bɨ-Nilo
Grammar: n.
Meaning: canine teeth
Derivation: [khi:bɨ 'dog' + Nilo 'tooth', a remarkable parallel to the English]
Comments: cf. bakham.
Entry: sambɨ-khi:bɨ
Grammar: n.
Meaning: Tibetan mastiff, large black dog with brown paws and muzzle used by cis-Himalayan Tibetans, but not by the Dumi, as a watchdog and for herding yaks
Nepali: bhoṭe kukur.
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