This is the Turkic part of the Altaic Etymological Dictionary.

    Database structure.

    1. Protoform. The Proto-Turkic form is given with O. Mudrak's modifications, notably, with an introduction of the *ia-diphthong, as well as open and close mid-vowels.
    2. Altaic etymology. A link to the upper level (Common Altaic) database.
    3. Meaning. As in most lowlevel (subgroup) databases the meaning presented here is not an attempt of semantic reconstruction, but rather an enumeration of the actually attested meanings in daughter languages.
    4-30. Languages: Old Turkic (Orkhon and Old Uighur), Old Turkic (Karakhanid), Middle Turkic (Chagatai), Turkish, Azeri, Gagauz, Turkmen, Khaladzh, Salar, Sary-Yughur, Tatar, Kirghiz, Kazakh, Nogai, Balkar, Kumyk, Karakalpak, Uzbek, Uigur, Bashkir, Khakassian, Tuva-Tofalar, Altai, Shor, Chuvash, Yakut, Dolgan. Not all the languages are equally well represented, but the database is being constantly supplemented.
    31. Comments. References and etymological comments.