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Proto-Turkic: *Āb
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hunt, chase
Russian meaning: охота
Old Turkic: ab (Orkh.), av (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: av (MK)
Turkish: av
Tatar: aw
Middle Turkic: aw (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ɔv
Uighur: aw, dial. ō
Azerbaidzhan: ov
Turkmen: āv
Kirghiz: ū
Kazakh: aw
Noghai: aw
Balkar: uw
Gagauz: av
Karaim: av
Kumyk: aw, haw
Comments: EDT 3, VEWT 1, ЭСТЯ 62-64, TMN 2, 131, Лексика 417-418.
Proto-Turkic: *ab-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to crowd, come together
Russian meaning: собираться, встречаться
Old Turkic: av- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: av- (MK, KB)
Comments: EDT 4, 10, ДТС 69.
Proto-Turkic: *ạbuč
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: handful
Russian meaning: пригоршня
Karakhanid: avut (MK), avut-ča, avuč-ča (KB), avuč (Tefs.)
Turkish: avuč
Tatar:
Middle Turkic: avuč (MA, Sangl., Бор. Бад.)
Uzbek: xɔwuč
Uighur:
Sary-Yughur:
Azerbaidzhan: ovuč
Turkmen: ovuč, jan-avuč
Khakassian: ōs
Shor:
Oyrat: ūš
Chuvash: ɨvъś
Kirghiz: ūč
Kazakh: uwɨs
Noghai: uvɨs
Bashkir: us
Balkar: uwuč
Gagauz: auč
Karaim: avuč, uvuč, uvuc
Karakalpak: uwɨs
Salar:
Kumyk: uvuč
Comments: EDT 44, VEWT 3, ЭСТЯ 1, 409-410, Егоров 342, Дыбо 179-181, Лексика 25-253. Turk. > MMong. a'uč id. (Щербак 1997, 103).
Proto-Turkic: *Abuč-ka
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 husband, old man 2 foster-mother 3 elder sister 4 uncle
Russian meaning: 1 муж, старик 2 кормилица 3 старшая сестра 4 дядя
Old Turkic: avɨčɣa, abučɣa 1, abučqa 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: avɨčɣa 1 (MK, KB)
Turkish: abuš 3 dial.
Tatar: abušqa, awucqa 1 dial. (Sib.)
Middle Turkic: abušqa, avušqa 4 (Abush., Sangl.)
Khakassian: apsax, apčax, Koib. abɨsqa 1
Shor: apšɨj 1, apšaq 'bear'
Oyrat: apšɨjaq 1; 'bear'
Chuvash: obaška
Tuva: ašaq 1
Tofalar: ašɨńaq 1
Kirghiz: abɨšqa 1
Kazakh: abɨšqa 1 dial.
Bashkir: abɨšqa 1
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 60-61, EDT 6, Егоров 274-275, Федотов II 282, Аникин 72. Chuv. is not quite regular and may be an early loanword from Tat. Formally the Turk. word may be derived from *aba 'elder in the mother's line' (+ dimin. -č).
Proto-Turkic: *Ăburt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 cheek-pouch, inside of the mouth 2 gum 3 mouthful, gulp 4 cheek 5 molar 6 to take a mouthful, swallow
Russian meaning: 1 внутренняя полость рта 2 десна 3 глоток 4 щека 5 коренной зуб 6 глотать
Old Turkic: a[vurt] (?adurt) (OUygh., late med. texts TT II)
Turkish: avurt 1
Tatar: urt 2
Middle Turkic: awurt (Sangl.) 3, (MKypch.) oɣurt, owurt 1, 3 (Houts., Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: urt (dial.) 1
Turkmen: howurt (dial.) 1, 3
Khakassian: ōrt-a- 6
Shor: ōrt-a- 6
Oyrat: ūrt 'throat', ūrt-a- 6
Chuvash: urъlъ, dial. vъʷrlъʷ 5 (Ашм. V 320)
Yakut: omurt 1, 3
Tuva: ārt-a- 6
Kirghiz: ūrt
Kazakh: urt 1
Noghai: uwɨrt 1
Bashkir: urt 1
Balkar: uwurt 4
Gagauz: aurt 1, 4
Karakalpak: urt 1
Kumyk: uvurt 1, 4
Comments: EDT 65, ЭСТЯ 1, 407-409, Лексика 225-226, Мудрак 115. The Old Uyghur form is poorly readable, so -δ- is dubious. Yak. -m- is irregular: could it be a trace of PA *umV 'drink', otherwise lost in Turkic?
Proto-Turkic: *ač-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to open
Russian meaning: открывать
Old Turkic: ač- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: ač- (MK)
Turkish: ač-
Tatar: ač-
Middle Turkic: ač- (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ɔč-
Uighur: ač-
Sary-Yughur: ač-
Azerbaidzhan: ač-
Turkmen: ač-
Khakassian: as-
Shor: aš-
Oyrat: ač-
Chuvash: oś-
Yakut: as-
Tuva: a'š-
Tofalar: a'š-
Kirghiz: ač-
Kazakh: aš-
Noghai: aš-
Bashkir: as-
Balkar: ač-
Gagauz: ač-
Karaim: ač-
Karakalpak: aš-
Kumyk: ač-
Comments: EDT 18-19, VEWT 3, ЭСТЯ 1, 209-210, Федотов 2, 292.
Proto-Turkic: *ăčaj / *ĕčej
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 old man or woman 2 mother 3 grandmother 4 sister (of woman) 5 mother (if the grandmother is still alive) 5 mother (addr. to an elder woman) 6 aunt, sister of father 7 elder brother 8 uncle 9 ancestor 10 Father! (to the God) 11 old man, elder man 12 husband 13 younger brother of father's father 14 grandfather 15 father
Russian meaning: 1 старый мужчина или женщина 2 мать 3 бабушка 4 сестра (женщины) 5 мать (при живой бабушке) 5 мать (обр. к пожилой женщине) 6 тетя, сестра отца 7 старший брат 8 дядя 9 предок 10 Отче! (обр. к Богу) 11 старик, пожилой человек 12 муж 13 младший брат деда 14 дед 15 отец
Old Turkic: eči 7, 8 (Orkh.), ečü 9 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: eči 1 (MK), ečü 10 (KB)
Turkish: aǯu (dial.), eǯe 11
Tatar: aǯa, aǯi, ɛǯi 5 (dial., ТТДС 22, 551), azɨj, ɛzi 11, 15 (dial., ТТДС 23, 540)
Uzbek: ɔča, ača 2, 3
Uighur: ača 6
Sary-Yughur: ačɨ 4, ača 12, 15
Khakassian: aǯa 7, 8
Shor: ača 7, 8
Oyrat: Leb. aǯɨ, aǯa 7, ača 13
Chuvash: aźa 15
Yakut: ehe 14
Dolgan: ehe 14
Tuva: ača 15
Tofalar: aš'a, aǯa 7, 15
Kirghiz: ačaj 5, aǯa 11
Bashkir: äsä 2
Kumyk: aǯaj 5, ečiw 6
Comments: VEWT 35, ЭСТЯ 1, 231-235, TMN 2, 15, Егоров 35, Лексика 299, Clark 1977, 128, Stachowski 43. Shortness is suggested by pharyngealization in Tofalar, so the variants with -ǯ- are probably due to expressive gemination (*aččV / *eččV).
Proto-Turkic: *ačɨ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 precious gift; wellbeing 2 to tend, make comfortable, be favourable 3 to pity, have compassion
Russian meaning: 1 драгоценный дар; благосостояние 2 быть благоприятным, благосклонным, ухаживать 3 жалеть, иметь сострадание
Old Turkic: ačɨɣ 1, ačɨn- 2
Turkish: aǯɨ- 3
Azerbaidzhan: aǯɨ- 3
Yakut: ahɨn- 3
Dolgan: ahɨn- 3
Balkar: ačɨ- 3
Comments: EDT 22, 29, ЭСТЯ 1, 92 (together with *iāčɨ- 'bitter'), Stachowski 29. Turk. > WMong. ačuɣ 'wages, rent' (L 8). In modern languages the root tends to be confused with *iāčɨ- 'bitter, bitterness' (v. sub *p`i̯ā́č`o), thus the Oghuz voicing may be a result of secondary contamination and not due to original vowel length; but the two roots are rather well distinguished in Old Turkic, see EDT ibid.
Proto-Turkic: *Ada
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 danger 2 to endanger
Russian meaning: 1 опасность 2 подвергать опасности
Old Turkic: ada (tuda) 1, adart- 2 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Shor: aza 'name of an evil spirit' (Верб.)
Yakut: ataɣastā- 'to insult'
Tuva: adam 'dashing, extraordinary'
Comments: EDT 40, 68.
Proto-Turkic: *adak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: foot
Russian meaning: нога
Old Turkic: adaq (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: aδaq (MK)
Turkish: ajak
Tatar: ajaq
Middle Turkic: ajaq (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: ɔjɔq
Uighur: ajaq
Sary-Yughur: azaq
Azerbaidzhan: ajaG
Turkmen: ajaG
Khakassian: azax
Shor: azaq
Oyrat: ad́aq
Halaj: hada:q, hadaq
Chuvash: ora
Yakut: ataq
Dolgan: atak
Tuva: adaq 'bottom part'
Tofalar: adaq 'сошки; нижняя часть'
Kirghiz: ajaq
Kazakh: ajaq
Noghai: ajaq
Bashkir: ajaq
Balkar: ajaq
Gagauz: ajaq
Karaim: ajax
Karakalpak: ajaq
Salar: aja(:)χ
Kumyk: ajaq
Comments: VEWT 5, EDT 45, ЭСТЯ 1, 103-105, Лексика 288, Федотов 2, 283, Stachowski 38.
Proto-Turkic: *ădaĺ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: friend, companion
Russian meaning: друг, товарищ
Old Turkic: adaš (OUygh. - Buddh., Man.)
Karakhanid: aδaš (MK, KB), ajaš (IM)
Yakut: atas
Kirghiz: ajaš
Comments: VEWT 5, EDT 72. A hypothesis about *adaĺ < (compound) at-daĺ with 'name' as the first component is impossible (in that case we would expect *ataĺ and 'namesake' as the earliest meaning). The form attaš is attested since MTurk.: attaš 'namesake' (Tefs.), adaš 'namesake' (Chag. Sangl.), ataš 'namesake' (CCum.) - and contaminates with *adaĺ. Modern languages for the most part reflect the compound, see ЭСТЯ I 203-204. Cf. Tuva a'daškɨ-lar 'a father with his children' ("namesakes"; NB: pharyngealization as a reflex of *-t-). A possible reflex of *adaĺ is Chuv. ural-a-š- 'to agree about acquiring smth. collectively, together' and ural-a-n- 'to form a light circle (of astronomical bodies)': both are semantically quite far from ura-la-n- 'to recover'.
Proto-Turkic: *adɨ-r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to separate
Russian meaning: отделять
Old Turkic: adɨr- (Orkh., OUygh.); adɨn (OUygh.) 'other'
Karakhanid: aδɨr- (MK); aδɨn (MK) 'other'
Turkish: ajɨr-
Tatar: ajɨr-
Middle Turkic: ajɨr- (Abush.)
Uzbek: ajir-
Uighur: ajra-, ajri- (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: azɨr-
Azerbaidzhan: ajɨr-
Turkmen: ajɨr-
Khakassian: azɨr-
Shor: azɨr-
Oyrat: ajrɨ-
Halaj: hadru-, hadur-
Chuvash: ojъr-
Yakut: atɨr-; atɨn 'other'
Dolgan: atɨn 'other'
Tuva: adɨr-
Tofalar: adɨr-
Kirghiz: ajɨr-
Kazakh: ajɨr-
Noghai: ajɨr-
Bashkir: ajɨr-
Balkar: ajɨr-
Gagauz: ajɨr-
Karaim: ajɨr-
Karakalpak: ajɨr-
Kumyk: ajɨr-
Comments: VEWT 6, EDT 60, 66-67, ЭСТЯ 1, 93, 114-116, Федотов 2, 270, Stachowski 39. Turk. > MMo, WMong. aǯira- (see Щербак 1997, 94), whence again Uzb. aǯra- etc. (see ЭСТЯ ibid.).
Proto-Turkic: *Agɨ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 treasure 2 silk brocade
Russian meaning: 1 сокровище 2 парча
Old Turkic: aɣɨ (Orkh., OUygh.) 1
Karakhanid: aɣɨ (MK, KB) 2
Turkish: Osm. aɣɨ, dial. aɣɨ 2
Middle Turkic: aɣɨ 2
Comments: EDT 78. Clauson points out that the oldest attested meaning is 'treasure', later concretized to 'silk brocade'.
Proto-Turkic: *Agɨŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 mouth 2 lip, lips 3 mouth of a river, of a cleft
Russian meaning: 1 рот 2 губа, губы 3 устье реки, ущелья
Old Turkic: aɣɨz (Orkh.) 3, aɣɨz, aɣaz (OUygh.) 1, 3
Karakhanid: aɣɨz 1, 3
Turkish: aɣɨz 1, 3
Tatar: awɨz 1, 3
Middle Turkic: aɣɨz 1
Uzbek: ɔɣiz 1, 3
Uighur: eɣiz 1, 3
Sary-Yughur: aɣɨs 1
Azerbaidzhan: aɣɨz 1, 3
Turkmen: aɣɨz 1, 3
Khakassian: ās, axsɨ (3 P.) 1, 3
Shor: aqsɨ 1, 3
Oyrat: ōs 1, 3
Halaj: aɣɨz 1, 3
Chuvash: vъʷrъʷ, urъ-lъ 3
Yakut: uos 2
Dolgan: uos 2
Tuva: ās, aqsɨ (3 P.) 1, 3
Tofalar: ā̃s, aqsɨ (3 P.) 1, 3
Kirghiz: ooz 1, 3
Kazakh: awɨz 1, 3
Noghai: awɨz 1, 3
Bashkir: awɨδ 1, 3
Balkar: awuδ 1, 3
Gagauz: ās 1, 3
Karaim: aɣɨz 1, 3
Karakalpak: awɨz 1, 3
Salar: aɣɨz 1
Kumyk: awuz 1, 3
Comments: VEWT 8, EDT 98, ЭСТЯ 1, 81-83, Мудрак Дисс. 115, Лексика 224-225, Stachowski 245.
Proto-Turkic: *aglak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 lonely, uninhabited (place) 2 unemployed, out of work 3 field
Russian meaning: 1 незаселенное место 2 безработный, лишенный службы 3 поле, степь
Old Turkic: aɣlaq 1 (OUygh. - Buddh.)
Karakhanid: aɣlaq 1 (MK), aɣla-ju 1 (MK; deverb. from *aɣla- 'to be deserted' (unattested)), aɣla-t- (MK) 'to send away (people)'
Turkish: aylak 2; aɣlak (dial.) 1
Tatar: awlaq 1
Khakassian: aɣlax 1
Chuvash: ulax 1
Kirghiz: ōlaq 1
Kazakh: awlaq 1
Noghai: awlaq 1
Bashkir: awlaq 1
Balkar: awlaq 1
Gagauz: ajlaq, hajlaq 2
Karaim: awlaq 1
Karakalpak: awlaq 1
Kumyk: awlaq 3
Comments: EDT 84, 85, VEWT 8, ЭСТЯ 1, 64. Turk. > WMong. aɣlaq, aɣlaɣa id. (KW 3, Щербак 1997, 95). Tends to contaminate with *āb-lag 'hunting lands'.
Proto-Turkic: *agsa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to hobble, limp 2 lame
Russian meaning: 1 хромать 2 хромой
Karakhanid: axsa- (MK) 1, aqsaq, aɣsaɣ (MK) 2
Turkish: aksa- 1
Tatar: aqsa- 1
Uzbek: ɔqsa- 1
Sary-Yughur: axsa- 1
Azerbaidzhan: axsa- 1
Turkmen: aGsa- 1
Khakassian: axsa- 1
Yakut: axsɨm 2
Tuva: asqa- 1
Kirghiz: aqsa- 1
Kazakh: aqsa- 1
Noghai: aqsa- 1
Bashkir: aqha- 1
Balkar: axsa-, asxa- 1
Karakalpak: aqsa- 1
Kumyk: aqsa- 1
Comments: EDT 95, ЭСТЯ 76. Turk. > Mong. asag '(animal) lameness'.
Proto-Turkic: *ạguŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: colostrum
Russian meaning: молозиво
Karakhanid: aɣuz (MK), oɣuz (Tefs.)
Turkish: aɨz sütü, dial. āz, aɣuz
Tatar: uɣɨz
Middle Turkic: aɣuz (Sangl., Pav. C., IM)
Uzbek: ɔɣiz
Uighur: oɣuz
Turkmen: ovuz
Khakassian: ōs
Chuvash: ɨrri (3Sg.)
Yakut: uosax
Tuva: ā-zɨ (contamination with 3d p. poss.)
Kirghiz: ūz
Kazakh: uwɨz
Noghai: uwɨz
Bashkir: ɨwɨδ
Balkar: uwuz
Karakalpak: uwɨz
Kumyk: uwuz
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 405-407, EDT 98, Егоров 344.
Proto-Turkic: *Aj-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to revolve, rotate, go round 2 to tarry 3 to lead, lead round 4 to speed up 5 to drive
Russian meaning: 1 вращаться, вертеться, обходить 2 мешкать 3 кружить, водить 4 ускорять 5 гнать
Turkish: ajla-(n)- 1, ajlak 'шатающийся без дела'
Tatar: ǝjlǝn- 1
Uzbek: ajlan- 1, 2
Uighur: ajlan- 1, 2
Azerbaidzhan: ajlan- (dial.) 1
Turkmen: ajla- 3
Khakassian: ajn-ɨt- 4, ajla-, ǝjlǝ- 1
Shor: ajlan- 1
Oyrat: ajla- 1, ajda- 5
Yakut: ajgɨ-s-ɨn- 'to tarry; to go, visit frequently' (*ajɨg-ɨš-ɨn-)
Kirghiz: ajlan- 1, ajda- 5
Kazakh: ajda- 5, ajnal- 1
Noghai: ajlan- 1
Balkar: ajlan- 1
Gagauz: ajla-, ajlan- 1, (h)ajda- 5
Karaim: ajlan- 1
Karakalpak: ajlan- 1, 2
Kumyk: ajlan- 'to move, visit'
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 106-107, 109-110. The forms meaning `rotate, go round, walk in circles' are hardly connected with aj `moon'.
Proto-Turkic: *ăja-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to esteem 2 to pity, look after 3 very
Russian meaning: 1 почитать 2 беречь, жалеть 3 очень, сильно
Old Turkic: aja- 1, ajɨ 3 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: aja- (MK) 1, 2, ajɨ 3 (KB)
Turkish: aj- 2, aja- dial. 1
Tatar: aja- 2
Middle Turkic: aja- 1 (Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: aja- 2
Uighur: aji- 2
Azerbaidzhan: ajin 'cult, ceremony'
Turkmen: aja- 2
Khakassian: aja- 2, aj 3
Shor: aja- 2 (in ajabān 'remorseless')
Chuvash: oja- 'to care'
Tuva: aj 'well'
Kirghiz: aja- 2
Kazakh: aja- 2
Noghai: aja- 2
Bashkir: aja- 2
Balkar: aja- 2
Karaim: aja- 2
Karakalpak: aja- 2
Kumyk: aja- 2
Comments: VEWT 10-11, EDT 267-8, ЭСТЯ 1, 101-102, Федотов 2, 298. Deriving *aja- 'to respect, esteem' from *aj 'fear' (VEWT 11) is hardly plausible. Clauson (EDT 182) thinks that OUygh. ajɨ 'very' is an unusually early example of the elision of -g in ańɨɣ 'evil', which means 'very' in many OUygh. texts, but this is hardly plausible phonetically; so it may belong here, together with Khak. aj 'very' (although the final narrow ɨ is a problem). Sevortyan relates here also SUygh. ajɨɣ 'good omen, good luck', but this may be a reflex of OUygh., Karakh. ajɨq 'vow, promise' (EDT 270).
Proto-Turkic: *ạj-ɨt-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to say 2 to prescribe, tell 3 to ask, demand 4 to concern
Russian meaning: 1 говорить 2 указывать, предписывать 3 просить 4 касаться ч.-л.
Old Turkic: ajɨt- 3 (OUygh.), ajɨ- 1 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: aj-, ajɨt- 1 (MK), ajɨt- 3 (KB)
Turkish: ait- 4
Tatar: ɛjt- 1
Middle Turkic: aj(ɨ)t- 1
Uzbek: ajt- 1
Uighur: ejt- 1
Turkmen: ajt- 1
Khakassian: ajt- 1 (dial.), ajɨt- 'sing'
Halaj: hāj- 1
Chuvash: ɨjt- 3
Yakut: ɨj- 2, ɨjɨt- 3
Dolgan: ɨjɨt- 3
Tuva: ajɨt- 2
Tofalar: ajɨt- 2
Kirghiz: ajt- 1
Noghai: ajt- 1
Bashkir: äjt- 1
Balkar: ajt- 1
Karakalpak: ajt- 1
Comments: VEWT 10, ЭСТЯ 1, 99-100, 111-112, Егоров 342, EDT 268-9, Stachowski 259. PT *ạjɨt- is derived from *ạj- 'to point out, prescribe'. Before the 11th c. it had only a causative meaning; the meaning 'say, tell' developed later.
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