Some examples in comparative ethymology of the Korean and Tungus-Manchurian languages

* 가지 (gaji) - "branch, kind, sort"; gaji gaji - "various"

   Manch. - hachin hachin

   Orok, - hatchi hatchi

   Neghidal - khachin khachin 

* 아바이 (abai) "oldman"

   Buryat - abai

   Solon - abã 

* 맛 (mat, masi) tast, tasty

   Evenki - amta

   Neghidal, orok - amta

   Manch. - amtan

* 안, 아니 (an-, ani) "not" 

  Evenki - ãn-

  Orok - ana

  Ulchi - ana

  Nanai - anã   

* 갖다 (gaj-da) "take, hold"

   Manch. gaji "bring"

   Nanai - gãjo

* 잡다 (jaba-) "take, catch"

   Manch. - jafa 

   Nanai - jana

    Evenki - jabã 

* 흐르다 (huru-) "to flow, flow away"

   Mongol. - hurd(an) "speed, fast"

   Manch. - kordon "fast"  

* 물 (mul, muri) "water"

   Evenki, Neghidal - mū 

   Solon - muru

   Buryat - mure(n) "river"

   Nanai - mue

   Jurchen - múh

* 모르다 (moru-da) "unaware, do not know"

   Neghidal - moli- "do not know how to"   

* 말 (mal, mari) horse

   Nanai - morī 

   Manch. - morin 

* 내다 (nae-da) to take out

   Nedhidal - næ:  "to put smith. on"

   Nanai - næ:  "to put smith. on"

* 녘  (nyeok) "side"

   Mong. - nök 

* 이발 (ippal) "tooth"

    Olchi - pali, palu

    Ryukyu - pa, fa 

* 붉은 (pulgun) "red"

    Manch. - fulakan, fulgijan

    Tung. -  hulama

    Mong. - ulaan

    Dahur - hūlãng

    Kalmyk - ulān