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NIYANGGU JE BELE a type of white millet

NIYANGGŪBUMBI caus. of niyanggūmbi

NIYANGGŪMBI 1. to chew 2. to back-bite, to criticize

NIYANGNIYA clear (after clouds have dispersed)

NIYANGNIYA TUCIKE it has become clear (after clouds have parted or dispersed)

NIYANGNIYAHŪN grimacing (from pain or fatigue)


NIYANGNIYARAMBI (-ka) to grimace (from pain or fatigue)

NIYANHŪN puppy, whelp; cf. niyahan

NIYANINGJIJI Polygonum filiforma--a medicinal plant

NIYANIOMBI 1. to chew 2. to backbite

NIYANIYUN betel nut

NIYANJAN an imperial chariot

NIYANJARI ILHA an exotic bloom with purple petals, a white center, and an odor that inhibits sleep

NIYANSE see niyandz

NIYARA in making liquor, sweetened grain that has been allowed to ferment

NIYARAN see niyara

NIYARANGGA TARA a mixture of sour milk, sugar, and niyara

NIYARHOCA the young of the Manchurian moose; cf. kandahan

NIYARHŪKAN rather fresh

NIYARHŪLAMBI to remain in confinement for a month after the birth of a child


NIYARI wet land, muddy area, marsh

NIYASI YALI flesh that is between the cracks of the teeth

NIYASUBUMBI caus. of niyasumbi

NIYASUMBI (-ka) to come to a head (a boil), to fester, to discharge pus

NIYAŠA see niyasi

NIYECEBUMBI caus. of niyecembi

NIYECEBUN same as niyececun

NIYECECUN filling out, supplementing, mending

NIYECEMBI 1. to mend 2. to fill in, to fill (a post) 3. to supplement 4. to nourish (of foods and medicines)

NIYECEN a patch, a small piece of cloth

NIYECETEMBI to mend continually, fill in regularly


NIYEHE TATARA ASU a long net for catching wild ducks

NIYEHE TUNGGE the name of an edible wild plant that creeps along the earth

NIYEHE UMHAN I TOHOLIYO a pastry made of duck's eggs, sugar, honey, rice, and flour and fried in lard

NIYEKDECUKE 1. spoiled 2. hateful, loathsome, detestable

NIYEKDEMBI (-ke) to spoil, to become rancid, to become sour

NIYEKEJE the male time

NIYEKŠE light, thin (of clothing)

NIYEKSEMBI (-ke) to thaw on the surface (while still frozen underneath)

NIYEKSERHEN a bird of Fukien with a yellow head, black back, yellow-striped feathers, and long legs that eats fish and shrimp

NIYEKSU see niyokso

NIYELEBUMBI caus. of niyelembi

NIYELEJEMBI to abrade, to hurt the skin by rubbing against something

NIYELEKU 1. a stone roller, upper millstone 2. a stick for washing

NIYELEKU I ALIKŪ WEHE the lower millstone

NIYELEKU WEHE a stone roller for separating the grains from the ear, a millstone

NIYELEMBI 1. to roll, to mill (grains) 2. to roll fabrics with a stone roller 3. to read out loud

NIYEMPEREMBI to thaw on the surface (while still frozen underneath)

NIYENGCERI ILHA Lychnis fulgens

NIYENGGARI CECIKE one name for the myna

NIYENGGUWERI CECIKE the same as niyenggari cecike

NIYENGNIYELTU CECIKE the name of a bird that has a white head and neck, black wings, and sings incessantly during the spring

NIYENGNIYERI spring (season)

NIYENGNIYERI BE BODORO HAFAN Astronomer for Spring, BH 229

NIYENGNIYERI DOSIMBI 'spring enters'--one of the twenty-four divisions of the solar year falling on the 4th or 5th of February

NIYENGNIYERI DULIN the vernal equinox

NIYENGNIYERI ENDURI the name of a god to whom sacrifice is offered on 'spring enters'

NIYENGNIYERI FIYAN DE URGUNJERE MUDAN a piece of music played while tea was brought in to the banquet following the spring plowing ceremony


NIYENGNIYERI ŠUNGGA ILHA a fragrant white flower with six petals and a yellow center

NIYENGNIYERIKTEN the spring offering to the ancestors

NIYENIYE 1. weak willed, lacking initiative 2. hibernation of snakes and insects

NIYENIYEDEMBI see niyeniyeršembi

NIYENIYEHUDEMBI to be weak willed, to be lacking in initiative

NIYENIYEHUN weak willed, lacking initiative

NIYENIYEHUNJEMBI to be weak willed, to lack initiative, to be weak of character

NIYENIYEN see niyeniye

NIYENIYERŠEMBI to bite gently

NIYERE 1. weak, feeble, slight 2.

light, flimsy (of clothing)

NIYEREBUMBI caus. of niyecembi

NIYEREKEN rather weak, flimsy, light

NIYEREMBI 1. to wear light clothing 2. to be lacking protective garb (armor, helmet, etc.) 3. to swim (of animals)

NIYEREME lightly attired

NIYEREME BEYE without helmet and armor

NIYERENGGE one who wears light clothing

NIYO swamp, marsh, slough

NIYO COKO peewit, lapwing (Vanellus vanellus)

NIYO I BA marsh, slough

NIYO I HOOHAN a type of bittern

NIYO I LEFU a marsh bear

NIYO ILHA pygmy water lily (Nymphaea tetragona)

NIYO MUŠU Chinese button quail (Turnix tanki)

NIYO ŠAKSAHA marsh magpie

NIYOBUMBI caus. of niyombi

NIYOCIKI a small bird that resembles the bittern

NIYOHOMBI to have sexual intercourse

NIYOKDOKO ravine, gully, defile

NIYOKSO flosslike green algae

NIYOLMON see niolmon

NIYOLOCUKA see niolocuka

NIYOLODO hateful, detestable (in speech)

NIYOMBI to scrape meat from bones

NIYOMOŠUN drifting ice

NIYOOLOCUKA oily, greasy, fatty; cf. niolocuka

NIYOROMBI see niorombi

NO a sentence particle denoting mild interrogation

NOFI person (used after numbers larger than one)

NOHO covered, filled, all over, saturated

NOKAI very

NOKAI JA very easy

NOKCIMBI to get very angry

NOMHOKON rather tame, rather docile

NOMHON docile, quiet, tame, guileless, unobtrusive, simple minded

NOMHON MORIN I FIYENTEN Equestrian Section, BH 118

NOMHON SUFAN I FALGANGGA Elephant-training Section, BH 122

NOMHON SUFAN UJIRE BOO elephant-training house

NOMIN 1. lapis lazuli 2. fat of fish and frogs

NOMULAMBI to preach, to expound the scriptures

NOMUN 1. classic book, classic 2. sutra, scripture 3. law, holy teaching, religion 4. preaching

NOMUN BE KADALARA YAMUN library where sutras were kept in the palace

NOMUN BITHE NADAN AFAHA ŠU FIYELEN the seven purports of the classics

NOMUN HAN Dharma king, Dharmaraja

NOMUN HŪLAMBI to recite sutras

NOMUN JIBEHUN a funeral garment with dharanis embroidered on it

NOMUN MANDAL a Buddhist or Taoist scripture reading service in a temple of private home

NOMUN TARNI KUREN an office for the copying of dharanis in Manchu, Chinese, Mongolian, and Tibetan

NON younger sister

NONGGIBUMBI 1. caus./pass. of nonggimbi 2. to advance, to increase

NONGGIBURE GUCU an intimate friend

NONGGIMBI 1. to add, to add to 2. to increase (in rank)

NONGGIME FUNGNEMBI to raise to a higher rank as a sign of favor

NONGGINAMBI to go to add, to go to increase

NONGGINDUMBI to add together, to increase together

NONGGINJIMBI to come to add, to come to increase

NONO water scallion (Allium hakeri)

NORAMBI to pile up wood or plants

NORAN a pile of wood or plants

NOROMBI to remain still in one place, to remain at home, to remain in the nest, to remain silently in one place, to lie without moving

NOROME AMHAMBI to sleep soundly

NORON longing, attachment; cf. naracun

NOSIKI an excellent hunter

NOTA the plural of non

NOTHO skin, rind, bark of a tree

NOTHORI a sweet-tasting exotic fruit

NU a sentence particle showing mild interrogation

NU BERI a crossbow

NUHAKAN rather at ease

NUHALIYAN swamp, marsh, depression in the land, slough

NUHAN at ease, easy-going

NUHASI one name for the rhinoceros

NUHECI hide of the wild boar

NUHEN a one-year-old wild pig

NUHERE a puppy seven or eight months old

NUHERE DAFAHA the female chum salmon; cf. dafaha

NUHERE MAFA JIHE 'puppy grand-father came'--said to small children by old people who want to keep them awake to play

NUHERI see nuhere

NUHU a high place, an area higher than a surrounding depression

NUJALAMBI to beat with the fist

NUJAN fist

NUJAN AŠŠARAKŪ the fist is not moving (at archery)

NUJAN BARGIYAMBI to clench the fist

NUJANGGA MAITU a red-lacquered pole with a golden fist on the end

NUJAŠAMBI to beat all over with the fists

NUKABUMBI caus./pass. of nukambi

NUKACUKA sharp, pointed

NUKAJAMBI to get sick, to have a sharp pain in the eye

NUKAMBI to stick, to prick

NUKCIBUMBI caus. of nukcimbi

NUKCIMBI (-ke) 1. to act in a rage, to advance valiantly 2. to make a desperate retreat (of bandits)

NUKCIME YABUMBI to advance valiantly or fiercely

NUKCISHUN 1. raging, violent, fierce 2. coarse, rude, rash

NUKIBUMBI caus./pass. of nukimbi

NUKIMBI 1. to stir up, to incite 2. to be agitated, to act rashly

NUKTE 1. an area in which nomads lead their flocks and herds following water and grass 2. baggage carried on pack animals

NUKTEBUMBI caus. of nuktembi

NUKTEMBI to lead a nomadic life, to wander with one's flocks or herds, to be nomadic

NUKTENDUMBI/NUKTENUMBI to lead the nomadic life together

NUKTENEMBI to go to lead a nomadic life

NUKTENJIMBI to come to lead a nomadic life

NUNGGALAMBI to stew slowly


NUNGGARI down, fuzz

NUNGGARI FATHANGGA KUWECIHE sand grouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus)

NUNGGARI FUNGGAHA one name for the quail; cf. mušu.

NUNGGARI FUNIYESUN a type of woolen

NUNGGARI JAFU fuzzy felt

NUNGGASUN a fine material woven from down

NUNGGASUN SUJE a satinlike material woven from down

NUNGGELE linden tree

NUNGGEMBI to swallow

NUNGGILE see nunggele

NUNGGIMBI see nunggembi

NUNGNEBUMBI 1. caus./pass. of nungnembi 2. (euphemistic) to be murdered

NUNGNECUN harm, injury

NUNGNEKU injurer, provoker

NUNGNEMBI 1. to tease, to provoke, to incite 2. to bother, to annoy, 3. to harm, to wrong, to oppress 4. (euphemism) to murder

NUNGNENJIMBI to come to provoke, to come to harm

NUNGNERI MONIO one name for the monkey

NUNJIBUMBI to be lulled to sleep (by storytelling, singing, etc.)

NURAN a wooden vat with holes used for pressing out wine

NURE undistilled liquor, (rice) wine; cf. arki

NURE BELHERE FALGARI the wine section of the Court of Banqueting

NURE DE SOKTOMBI to get drunk on wine

NURE HUHU leaven for making wine

NURE JUŠUN I BOO wine, vinegar, and soya-sauce factory for the palace

NURE TARGAMBI to abstain from wine

NURE TEBUMBI to make undistilled spirits

NUREI EKŠUN sediment from undistilled spirits (sometimes used in cooking)

NURHŪMBI to be connected, to be in series

NURHŪME connected, in a row, in a series

NUSHUMBI to rush (toward), to charge, to storm, to assail

NUTURU sand grouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus)

O 1. an interjection of reply 2. armpit; cf. oho 3. the depression of a mortar; cf. ogo 4. sentence particle of interrogation

O MAYAN armpit; see ogū, oho

O A (onom.) the sound made by small children trying to talk

O GUWA pumpkin

O NIMAHA alligator

O ŠO SEME coddling, fondling


OBDOMBI (-ko) to become tasteless

OBDOKO YALI meat of game that has been exhausted and has thereby become tasteless

OBGIYA a hook on a long pole used to catch birds on water

OBIHIYA YALI the meat from the shoulder blade of an animal

OBOBUMBI caus. of obombi

OBOKO see obokū

OBOKŪ a basin used for washing the face

OBOKŪ EFEN cake made of egg yolks, flour, sugar, and wine--a filling made of jujubes was sometimes added

OBOMBI to wash

OBONGGI bubble, foam

OBONGGI ARKI a bubbling distilled liquor made by the Manchus

OBONGGINAMBI to form foam, to foam, to bubble

OBONGGO HIYAN dragon spittle incense

OBONOMBI to go to wash

OBUBUMBI caus. of obumbi

OBUMBI 1. caus. of ombi 2. to make, to make into, to cause to become, to consider as

OCA see ooca

OCAN 1. seam 2. loop for a button

OCI (conditional of ombi) a particle used to set off the subject: 'as for'

OCIR the head of a Buddhist rosary

ODODON one name for the crested lark; cf. wenderhen

ODOLI an ornamental iron hook attached to the ring of a horse's bit

ODONTU KAILUN a horse that has spots resembling stars

OFI 1. a snare for catching pheasants 2. (perfect converb of ombi) because

OFOHO a plowshare

OFORDOMBI see oforodombi

OFORO 1. nose 2. outcropping on a mountain

OFORO ACABUMBI to tell tales, to gossip about, to backbite, to incite by slander

OFORO FETERI FETERILEMBI to move the sides of the nose

OFORO I DUBE the end of the nose

OFORO I SANGGA the nostrils

OFORO NIYAKI nasal discharge, nasal mucous


OFORO TURA the small ridge that separates the two nostrils

OFORODOMBI to incite by slander, to engage in malicious gossip

OFORONGGO slanderer, gossip

OGO 1. the depression of a mortar 2. the holes on the iron plate that is used for making the heads of nails

OGŪ see oho

OHA 1. obedient, docile, agreeable 2. see ooha

OHAKŪ disobedient, perverse

OHO armpit; cf. 0, o mayan, ogū

OHO DA the top of the sleeve

OHODOMBI to support by holding under the arms

OHOLIYO a handful: ten oholiyo is the equivalent of one morn, ten sefere comprise one oholiyo

OHOLIYOMBI to hold in both hands, to take in both hands

OHOLJI see oholjon

OHOLJOMBI to make a loose knot

OHOLJOME HŪWAITAMBI to tie a loose knot

OHOLJON 1. a loose knot 2. a loose snare for catching pheasants

OHOLJUN see oholjon

OHORŠOMBI to feel nauseated, to be disgusted

OHOTONO mole, an animal of the Talpidae family

OI 1. exclamation used to call people's attention 2. sound used to call animals

OIBOBUMBI caus. of oibombi

OIBOMBI (-ko) to become decrepit, to become old and unable to move steadily

OIFO frivolous, thoughtless, superficial

OIHORI 1. careless, superficial 2. fine, splendid 3. exceedingly, very

OIHORI SAIN exceedingly good, how splendid!

OIHORIO isn't it wonderful? wouldn't it be nice?

OIHORILABUMBI caus./pass. of oihorilambi

OIHORILAMBI to take lightly, to slight, to insult, to neglect, to behave carelessly

OILO surface, outside

OILOHODOMBI to act frivolously, to be frivolous

OILOHON frivolous, superficial, not serious

OILOKON rather superficial, frivolous

OILON surface

OILON I BELE the top layer of grain in a granary

OILORGI surface, outside

OILORI 1. on the surface, on the outside 2. suddenly, without reason

OILORI DELERI superficial, trivial, frivolous

OITOBUMBI to be in dire straits, to be hard pressed

OJIN a long sleeveless court garment worn by women

OJIRAKŪ the same as ojorakū

OJOJO an interjection of derision

OJOMBI to kiss

OJORAKŪ it won't do (to), one may not . . . ; cf. ombi

OJORO imperfect participle of ombi

OJORONGGE that which is, that which is permissible

OK (onom.) 1. the sound made when frightened 2. the sound of gagging and vomiting

OKCILABUMBI caus. of okcilambi

OKCILAMBI to cover, to put on a cover

OKCIN 1. a cover, covering 2. shell (of a crab)

OKCINGGA MORO a bowl or cup with a cover

OKDOBUMBI caus. of okdombi

OKDOJIMBI see okdonjimbi

OKDOMBI (-ko/ho) 1. to go to meet, to meet halfway, to greet, to welcome 2. to engage (an enemy)

OKDORO KUMUN a piece of music played during the return of the emperor from sacrifices

OKDOMO one of two leather straps on the left side of the saddle that are put through the clasps of the saddle girth

OKDONAMBI see okdonombi

OKDONJIMBI to come to meet

OKDONOMBI to go out to meet, to go to greet

OKE the wife of father's younger brother

OKETE plural of oke

OKI YORO a large wooden arrowhead

OKJIHA 1. reed, rush 2. calamus, sweet-flag

OKJIHA SEKTEFUN a cushion made of rushes

OKJIHA UHURI a container woven from rushes

OKJIHADA the roots of the calamus

OKJOSLAMBI 1. to speak or handle carelessly 2. to act hastily or rashly, to act irreverently

OKJOSLAME KORO BAHAMBI to suffer loss due to a careless action

OKSIBUMBI 1. caus./pass. of oksimbi 2. to come out of a scabbard, to fall out of a quiver

OKSIMBI to spit out, to spit up

OKSOBUMBI caus. of oksombi

OKSOMBI to step, to go step by step

OKSON step, pace

OKSONJOMBI to make small steps (of children learning to walk)

OKTALAMBI to cut off the nose--an ancient punishment

OKTO 1. drug, medicine 2. gunpowder 3. dye 4. poison

OKTO ACABUMBI to mix medicine

OKTO FANGDZ drug prescription

OKTO FUSHUBUMBI to set off gunpowder

OKTO I BOO apothecary

OKTO I DASARHAN the same as okto fangdz


OKTO NIRU a poisoned arrow

OKTO OMIMBI to take medicine

OKTOI AFAHA ointment, salve, plaster

OKTOI HORON action of a poison

OKTOI PUSELI drugstore, apothecary

OKTOI ŠUGI salve, ointment

OKTOI WAMBI to poison

OKTOLOMBI 1. to treat with medicine 2. to poison

OKTOLOME WAMBI to murder with poison

OKTOROHON overly hungry, so hungry that one is incapable of eating

OKTOROHON BANJIHA became overly hungry

OKTOSI doctor, physician; cf. daifu

OKTOSI BE KADALARA YAMUN The Imperial Medical Department, BH 233

OKTOSI BE KADALARA YAMUN I ALIHA HAFAN Commissioner of the Imperial Medical Department, BH 235

OKTOSI BE KADALARA YAMUN ILHI HAFAN Vice-commissioner of the Imperial Medical Department, BH 236

OKTOSILABUMBI caus. of oktosilambi

OKTOSILAMBI to treat (sickness), to cure

OLBIHIYAN see olfihiyan

OLBO 1. a short padded jacket worn on the outside 2. Manchurian Orbo, Pri a eof the 2nd Class (in the Chinese banners), BH 731

OLBORO YALI meat from the cheeks of a bear

OLFIHIYAN impatient, negligent, frivolous

OLGOCŪKA see olhocuka

OLGOMBI see olhombi

OLGON see olhon

OLGOŠOMBI see olhšombi

OLHOBA careful, attentive

OLHOBUMBI caus. of olhombi

OLHOCUKA frightful, scary


OLHOKON rather dry, rather thirsty, rather afraid

OLHOMBI 1. to fear 2. to dry, to dry up

OLHON 1. dry, dried up 2. dry land

OLHON BE YABUMBI to go by land

OLHON BUDA dry rice (as opposed to gruel or porridge made from rice)

OLHON FEYE a surface wound, contusion

OLHON JUGŪN land route

OLHON MONGGON the windpipe, trachea

OLHOŠOMBI 1. to be cautious, to be careful 2. to respect, to revere

OLHOŠON cautious, careful, respectful

OLHOTUN alimentary canal

OLIHA cowardly, shy


OLIHADAMBI to be cowardly, to be shy

OLIMBI to avoid the road, to veer to the side, to wind

OLIME MUDALIME twisting and turning

OLIME YABUMBI to go avoiding the road

OLJI 1. captive, prisoner of war 2. booty, loot, plunder

OLJILABUMBI caus./pass. of oljilambi

OLJILAMBI to capture (a prisoner during wartime)

OLO flax

OLO FOYO a plant that resembles shredded flax and is used as padding in boots

OLOBUMBI caus. of olombi

OLOHOI interjection of surprise

OLOMBI to wade, to cross a stream, to wade across, to ford

OLON girth of a horse

OLONGDO long boots used for mountain climbing

OLOSI a wader, i.e., one who fishes standing in shallow water wearing leather trousers

OLOŠON long leather trousers used for wading in shallow streams

OMBI (imperfect participle -joro, imperative -so) 1. to become, to change into 2. to be, to exist 3. to be proper, to be permissible

OMCOKO harelip, having a harelip

OMI SANGGA a hole used by rats and squirrels for storing food

OMIBUMBI caus. of omimbi

OMICAMBI to drink together

OMIHOLOBUMBI caus. of omiholombi

OMIHOLOMBI to suffer hunger, to starve

OMIHON hunger, starvation

OMILABUMBI caus. of omilambi

OMILAMBI to ford a stream

OMIMBI 1. to drink 2. to smoke (tobacco) 3. to take (medicine)

OMIN famine, year of famine

OMINAMBI to go to drink

OMINGGA drink, beverage

OMINJIMBI to come to drink

OMKIYA flying squirrel, an animal of the genus Sciuropterus

OMO lake, pond

OMO DABSUN salt taken from a lake by distillation

OMOKTU KONGGORO a yellow horse

OMOLO grandson

OMOLOI OMOLO great-grandson

OMOSI plural of omolo

OMOSI MAMA Manchu goddess of good fortune and fecundity

OMŠOKO harelipped

OMŠON BIYA the eleventh month

ON stage of a journey, distance

ON DOSOMBI to be able to travel a long distance (of horses, camels, etc.)

ON GAIMBI to travel hard, to travel double the usual rate

ON GAIME YABUMBI to make a forced


ON TEMŠEMBI to travel hard

ONASU giraffe

ONCO broad, wide, generous

ONCO UMIYESUN the leather belt on which the quiver hangs

ONCODOMBI to forgive, to grant amnesty


ONCOHON 1. lying on the back, facing upward 2. overbearing, arrogant

ONCOHON TUWAMBI to look upward

ONCOHON UMUŠUHUN on the back and on the stomach

ONCOHOŠOMBI to be arrogant, to be over-bearing

ONCOKON rather wide, broad

ONDOBUMBI caus./pass. of ondombi

ONDOMBI to be mischievous, to fool around, to perform sexual intercourse

ONDONUMBI to engage in sexual intercourse together

ONG SEME (onom.) the sound made by an arrowhead called oki yoro

ONGGOBUMBI caus./pass. of onggombi

ONGGOCON a short two-stringed musical instrument

ONGGOLO 1. before, previous, ago 2. in front 3. a river port

ONGGOLOKON a little before

ONGGOMBI to forget


ONGGORO ILHA the bloom of Hemerocallis graminea--the flower of forgetfulness

ONGGORO MANGGA the same as onggctai

ONGGORO ORHO Hemerocallis graminea

ONGGON the space between the saddle and the animal's back, bare back of a horse

ONGGORO 1. the hammer bone of the inner ear (worn by children as a charm against forgetfulness) 2. forgetful; cf. onggombi

ONGGOSU an absent-minded person

ONGGOŠON golden carp, Carassius auratus

ONGGOTAI forgetful

ONGKIMBI to flee (of animals when they see or smell an approaching person)

ONGKO pasture, pastureland

ONGNIKA wolverine

ONGTON boorish, rustic, unsophisticated

ONGTORI boorish, ignorant

ONON the male zeren; cf. jeren

OO NIMAHA the great sea turtle

OOCA the name of small river fish with red eyes and a big mouth

OOHA river perch

OOLAMBI to step aside, to make way

OOLOŠOMBI to move out of the way

OOME used for ome (imperfect converb of ombi)

OORI 1. semen 2. essence, spirit, energy

OORI SIMEN spirit, energy, essence

OORI SUKDUN energy, essence, basic principle

OORON see oron

OR (onom.) 1. sound made by tigers 2. sound of vomiting

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