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Proto-Mongolian: *öndü-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 high 2 to rise
Russian meaning: 1 высокий 2 подниматься
Written Mongolian: öndür 1 (L 637), öndeji- 2 (L 636: öndüji-, öndeji-)
Middle Mongolian: undur (HY 52, SH) undus 'to stay vertically' (HY 53), undur (MA)
Khalkha: öndör 1, öndij- 2
Buriat: ünder 1, ündɨ- 2
Kalmuck: öndṛ 1, öndē- 2
Ordos: ündür 1, öndī-
Dongxian: undu 1
Baoan: onder, under 1
Dagur: xundur 1 (Тод. Даг. 179), undī- 2 (Тод. Даг. 171), hundere 1 (MD 166)
Shary-Yoghur: uŋdur, oŋdur 1, oŋdö- 2
Monguor: ndur, undur (SM 264, 472) 1
Comments: KW 296, MGCD 545, TMN 1, 178-179. Initial x- in Dagur is quite enigmatic. Cf. also önör 'numerous, populous' (Poppe 69; L 639: önür). Also ondui-, onduɣar (KW 286, L 613); öŋgei-, öŋgüi- 'to overhang, jut or project over' (L 637) ( > Man. eŋgele- id., see Rozycki 70?). Mong. > Man. enduri 'God' etc., see Doerfer MT 81.
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