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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *emV(ŋV)
Meaning: saddle, belt
Russian meaning: седло, пояс
Turkic: *ẹ̆dŋe-r
Mongolian: *emeɣe-l
Tungus-Manchu: *emu-l
Comments: Мудрак Дисс. 102, Лексика 539. A Western isogloss. The Turkic form should be explained as a contraction < *emŋe-der (*emŋe- = Mong. emeɣe-).
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Proto-Turkic: *ẹ̆dŋe-r
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: saddle
Russian meaning: седло
Karakhanid: eδer (MK)
Turkish: eyer
Tatar: ijɛr
Middle Turkic: ẹger
Uzbek: egar
Uighur: egǝ(r)
Sary-Yughur: ezer
Azerbaidzhan: jähär
Turkmen: ejer
Khakassian: izer
Shor: ezer
Oyrat: ēr
Chuvash: jǝner
Yakut: ɨŋɨ̄r
Dolgan: ɨŋɨ̄r
Tuva: ezer
Tofalar: e'zer (Рас. ФиЛ 183)
Kirghiz: ēr
Kazakh: er
Noghai: ijer
Bashkir: ejär
Balkar: ijer
Gagauz: jēr
Karaim: jer
Karakalpak: jer
Salar: eŋer (Kakuk)
Kumyk: er
Comments: EDT 63, VEWT 36, ЭСТЯ 1, 241-242, 658-659, Лексика 539, Stachowski 261. Reflexes of the cluster are complicated by borrowings: e.g. Tuva, Tof. is < Khak. Turk. *edŋer-čak 'pack saddle' > MMong. iŋɣirčaq, WMong. jaŋɣirčaq id. (TMN 2, 128-129, Щербак 1997, 164, Аникин 88).
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *emeɣel
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: saddle
Russian meaning: седло
Written Mongolian: emegel (L 312)
Middle Mongolian: eme'el (SH), ämäl (IM), imä̆l (MA), imēl (LH), jemējil (Lig.VMI)
Khalkha: emēl
Buriat: emēl
Kalmuck: emɛ̄l
Ordos: emēl
Baoan: emel
Dagur: emēl (Тод. Даг. 139), emele (MD 143)
Shary-Yoghur: emel, emēl
Monguor: imer (SM 192), (MGCD) imel
Mogol: emōl, jamāl; ZM jämäl (22-8a)
Comments: KW 121, MGCD 259. Mong. > Evk. emeɣen etc. (ТМС 2, 452), see Poppe 1966, 190, Doerfer MT 21; cf. also Jurch. eŋ-em-meir 'saddle' (226) preserving archaic phonology.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *emu-l
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 quiver ornated with horse's hair 2 hoop of shaman's drum 3 belt 4 horse or deer pack 5 pack strap
Russian meaning: 1 колчан, расшитый конским волосом 2 обруч шаманского бубна 3 пояс 4 вьючная сумка (часть ниже завязок) 5 вдержка на сумке-торсуке
Evenki: ōmu 1, umul 3, ōmi 5, emin 4, emi-lge 4
Negidal: ūm 2
Ulcha: omali 3
Orok: ụmụl 3
Nanai: omol 3
Oroch: umu 3, omoɣo 3
Udighe: umu 3
Solon: omul 3
Comments: ТМС 2, 18, 266, 269.
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