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Proto-Turkic: *jular
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: halter
Russian meaning: недоуздок
Karakhanid: jular (MK)
Turkish: jular
Middle Turkic: jular (Pav. C., Houts.), jolar (AH)
Oyrat: d́ular
Yakut: sular
Tuva: čular
Gagauz: jular
Salar: ʒ́ulur
Comments: EDT 932, VEWT 210, ЭСТЯ 4, 244-245, Лексика 556.
Proto-Turkic: *jul-duŕ (*-dɨŕ)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: star
Russian meaning: звезда
Old Turkic: jultuz (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: julduz (MK)
Turkish: jɨldɨz
Tatar: joldɨz
Middle Turkic: julduz (Pav. C., MA)
Uzbek: julduz
Uighur: jultuz
Sary-Yughur: juldɨs
Azerbaidzhan: ulduz
Turkmen: jɨldɨz
Khakassian: čɨltɨs
Shor: čɨltɨs
Oyrat: d́ɨldɨs
Halaj: julduz
Chuvash: śъʷldъʷr
Yakut: sulus
Dolgan: hulus
Tuva: sɨldɨs
Tofalar: sɨltɨs
Kirghiz: ǯɨldɨz
Kazakh: žu_ldɨz
Noghai: juldɨz
Bashkir: jondoδ
Balkar: žulduz
Gagauz: jɨldɨs
Karaim: jɨldɨz
Karakalpak: žuldɨz
Salar: jyldus
Kumyk: julduz
Comments: VEWT 210, TMN 3, 260-1, EDT 922-3, ЭСТЯ 4, 279-280, Лексика 53, Stachowski 111.
Proto-Turkic: *julɨ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to pillage, attack 2 thief, scoundrel
Russian meaning: 1 грабить, нападать 2 вор, бродяга, голодранец
Old Turkic: julɨ- (Orkh., OUygh.) 1
Karakhanid: julɨ- (MK) 1
Tatar: jolqɨš 2
Khakassian: čulɣus (Sag.), čulɣas (Koib., Kach.) 2
Shor: čulɣuš 2
Tuva: čul- 1
Kirghiz: ǯulu-š- 'to fight (of women)'
Bashkir: jolqoš 2
Comments: EDT 919. Should be separated from *jol- 'pick out' (v. sub *ńŏ̀lo).
Proto-Turkic: *julɨŋ / *jülüŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: marrow, spinal marrow
Russian meaning: костный мозг, спинной мозг
Karakhanid: julun (MK)
Middle Turkic: jülün (MA), julun (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: jülüŋ (dial.)
Uighur: julun (dial.)
Khakassian: čǝlǝŋ
Shor: čɨlɨŋ
Oyrat: jülün, d́ülüŋ
Yakut: sülün
Dolgan: hünńü
Tuva: čün
Kirghiz: ǯülün, ǯulun
Kazakh: žulɨn
Noghai: julɨn
Bashkir: jɨlɨm, dial. jelen, jelem, jolon
Karakalpak: žulɨn
Comments: EDT 930, ЭСТЯ 4, 266, Лексика 263, Stachowski 115.
Proto-Turkic: *jum-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 round 2 ball of wool, thread
Russian meaning: 1 круглый 2 клубок
Karakhanid: jumɣaq 2 (MK)
Turkish: jumak 2, jumru 1
Tatar: jomrɨ 1, jomɣaq 2
Middle Turkic: jumru 1 (Pav. C.), jumqaq 2 (MA)
Uzbek: jumalɔq 1
Uighur: jumlaq 1
Azerbaidzhan: jumru 1, jumaG 2
Turkmen: jumaq 2, jumrɨ 1
Khakassian: nɨŋmax 2
Oyrat: jumɣaq 2
Chuvash: śъʷmɣa 2
Kirghiz: ǯumuru 1
Kazakh: žumaq 2
Bashkir: jomoro 1, jomɣaq 2
Gagauz: jumaq 2
Karaim: jumɣaq 2
Karakalpak: žumrɨ 1, žumaq 2
Salar: jumax 2
Kumyk: jummaq 2
Comments: One of expressive common Turkic roots meaning 'round, spherical'. See VEWT 210, EDT 871, 873, 877, 936, 937-8, ЭСТЯ 4, 246-247, 249-250. The root has also a variant (expressive?) *jub-, see ЭСТЯ 4, 237-238, Stachowski 114.
Proto-Turkic: *jumra-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 gopher 2 ground-squirrel
Russian meaning: 1 суслик 2 евражка
Tatar: jomran 1
Middle Turkic: jumran 'mole' (AH)
Uzbek: jumrɔn 1
Uighur: jumran 1
Turkmen: jumran 1 (dial.)
Oyrat: jɨmran, jɨbɨran 2
Bashkir: jomran 1
Balkar: ǯuburan 1
Comments: VEWT 210, ЭСТЯ 4, 247-248, Лексика 165-166. Turk. > Mong. ǯurum, ǯurama, Khalkha ʒuram, ʒurma, Dag. ǯombor, (Тод. Даг. 145) ǯumbrā (see MGCD 464, KW 481, TMN 4, 220), whence Man. ǯumara etc., see Doerfer MT 102, Rozycki 127. Cf. also *jamlan / *jalman (VEWT 183, ЭСТЯ 4, 97; > Mong. jalman). Turk. > Russ. dial. jevrán and similar forms, see Аникин 195, 199, 205.
Proto-Turkic: *jumuĺ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: work, service, necessity
Russian meaning: работа, служба, необходимость
Old Turkic: jumuš (OUygh.) 1
Karakhanid: jumuš (MK) 1
Turkish: jumuš
Tatar: jomɨš
Uzbek: jumuš 1
Turkmen: jumuš
Khakassian: nɨmɨs
Oyrat: jumuš, ńumuš
Chuvash: śъʷmъʷl
Tuva: čɨmɨš
Kirghiz: ǯumuš
Kazakh: žumɨs
Bashkir: jomɨš
Balkar: zumuš
Karaim: jumuš
Karakalpak: žumɨs
Comments: VEWT 211, ЭСТЯ 4, 251, EDT 938 (with a highly dubious derivation from *jum- 'round').
Proto-Turkic: *jumur
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bowels, intestines
Russian meaning: кишки, внутренности
Karakhanid: jumur (MK)
Tuva: čumur 'maw'
Tofalar: ńumur 'maw'
Comments: EDT 937-8. Historically the root should be probably kept distinct from *jum- 'round' and *jumurtka 'egg' - although internal contaminations were of course inevitable.
Proto-Turkic: *jumurtka
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: egg
Russian meaning: яйцо
Old Turkic: jumurtɣa, jumurɣa (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jumurtɣa (MK)
Turkish: jumurta
Tatar: jomɨrqa
Middle Turkic: jumurtɣa (Sangl.)
Uzbek: jumurtqa (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: jomut
Azerbaidzhan: jumurta
Turkmen: jumurtGa
Khakassian: nɨmɨrxa
Shor: nɨbɨrtqa, nuburtqa (Верб.)
Oyrat: d́ɨmɨrtqa
Halaj: jumurqa
Chuvash: śъʷmarda
Yakut: sɨmɨ̄t
Dolgan: hɨmɨ̄t
Tuva: čuurɣa
Tofalar: ńumurxa
Kirghiz: ǯumurtqa
Kazakh: žu_mɨrtqa
Noghai: jumɨrtqa
Bashkir: jomortqa
Balkar: zumurtqa
Gagauz: jɨmɨrta
Karaim: jɨmɨrta, imɨrtxa
Karakalpak: žumurtqa
Salar: jymū(r)dda
Kumyk: jɨmɨrtqa
Comments: VEWT 211, EDT 938, ЭСТЯ 4, 250-251, Лексика 149, Stachowski 118.
Proto-Turkic: *junt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: horse, mare
Russian meaning: лошадь, кобыла
Old Turkic: junt (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: junt (MK)
Turkish: jont
Middle Turkic: junt (Ettuhf.), junad (AH)
Sary-Yughur: jut, jot
Yakut: sono-ɣos 'young horse'
Comments: EDT 946, VEWT 211, ЭСТЯ 4, 253-254, TMN 4, 199-200. Despite Sinor 1965, 312, hardly a borrowing from Samoyed.
Proto-Turkic: *juŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 wool 2 small feathers, down 3 feather 4 faded fur
Russian meaning: 1 шерсть 2 пух 3 перо 4 линька
Old Turkic: juŋ 1 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: juŋ 1 (KB), 2, 3 (MK)
Turkish: jün 1
Tatar: jon 3
Middle Turkic: juŋ 1 (Бор. Бад.), jüŋ 1 (Pav. C., MA)
Uzbek: juŋ 1
Uighur: juŋ, ǯuŋ 1
Sary-Yughur: juŋ, jüŋ, jun 3
Azerbaidzhan: jun 1
Turkmen: jüŋ 1
Khakassian: nüŋ 2
Shor: čum 2
Oyrat: jüŋ, jum, jɨm, d́uŋ 1
Halaj: juŋ 1
Chuvash: śъʷm 1
Yakut: suŋ 4
Tuva: čüŋ 1
Kirghiz: ǯün 1,2,3
Kazakh: žün 1
Noghai: jün 1
Bashkir: jön 3
Gagauz: jün 1
Karaim: jün, jun 1
Karakalpak: žün 1
Salar: juŋ 1
Kumyk: jün 1
Comments: VEWT 211, EDT 941, ЭСТЯ 4, 267-268, Лексика 146. This root should not be confused with *jüg 'feather' (v. sub *d[é]gi).
Proto-Turkic: *jur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: patch of cloth, rag
Russian meaning: лоскуты, лохмотья
Old Turkic: jurun (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jurun (MK)
Tatar: joron (dial.)
Middle Turkic: jurun (Abush., Sangl.)
Khakassian: čurux
Oyrat: d'urun
Chuvash: śorъm 'bundle of flax or hemp'
Tuva: čuruq
Tofalar: čuruq
Kazakh: žurɨn (dial.)
Bashkir: jorqaq, joron
Balkar: ǯurun
Karaim: jurq- 'to pinch (hair)'
Karakalpak: žurɨndɨ
Comments: VEWT 211, EDT 970, ЭСТЯ 4, 255-256, Ашм. XII, 270.
Proto-Turkic: *jut
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 bad weather, bad harvest 2 hunger, trouble
Russian meaning: 1 дурная погода, неурожай 2 голод, беда
Old Turkic: jut (Orkh.) 1
Karakhanid: jut (MK) 1
Middle Turkic: jut (Pav. C., AH, Бор. Бад.) 1
Uzbek: jut 1
Uighur: ǯut, ǯüt 2
Sary-Yughur: ǯüt 'lean, meagre'
Khakassian: čut 1
Shor: čut 1
Oyrat: jut, d́ut 1, 2
Yakut: sut 2
Tuva: čut 2
Kirghiz: ǯut 2
Kazakh: žut 2
Noghai: jut 1, 2
Bashkir: jot 2
Karakalpak: žŭt 2
Kumyk: jut 1
Comments: EDT 883, VEWT 211-212, ЭСТЯ 4, 256-257. Turk. > Mong. *ǯud, *ǯuta- (KW 481, TMN 4, 210, Щербак 1997, 125).
Proto-Turkic: *jūrt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: dwelling place, camping-site
Russian meaning: жилище, стоянка
Old Turkic: jurt (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jurt (MK)
Turkish: jurt (dial.)
Tatar: jort
Middle Turkic: jurt (Pav. C., Houts., AH)
Uzbek: jurt
Uighur: ju(r)t
Sary-Yughur: jurt
Azerbaidzhan: jurt
Turkmen: jūrt
Khakassian: čurt
Shor: čurt
Oyrat: jurt, d́urt
Halaj: jūrt
Chuvash: śort
Yakut: surt
Dolgan: hurt
Tuva: ču`rt
Kirghiz: ǯurt
Kazakh: žurt
Noghai: jurt
Bashkir: jort
Balkar: žurt
Karaim: jurt
Karakalpak: žurt
Kumyk: jurt
Comments: EDT 958, VEWT 211, TMN 4, 212-213, ЭСТЯ 4, 254-255, Лексика 490-491, 494, Федотов 2, 144-145, Stachowski 113.
Proto-Turkic: *jūrtu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hole, needle hole
Russian meaning: ушко инструмента
Turkish: igne jurdusu 'ушко иглы'
Middle Turkic: jurdu 'ушко иглы, стрелы, топора' (Pav. C.)
Chuvash: śъrda 'ушко иглы, медали, промежуток для резинки на трусах'
Comments: VEWT 211, EDT 958 (sub jurt), Егоров 208, Федотов 2, 98.
Proto-Turkic: *jü-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 load 2 to load, carry
Russian meaning: 1 груз, тяжесть 2 нагружать, везти
Old Turkic: jük 1, jü-d- 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jük 1, jü-δ- 2 (MK)
Turkish: jük 1
Tatar: jök 1
Middle Turkic: jük 1 (Houts., AH)
Uzbek: juk 1
Uighur: jük 1
Sary-Yughur: jük 1
Azerbaidzhan: jük 1
Turkmen: jük 1
Khakassian: čük 1
Shor: čük 1
Oyrat: jüj- 2, jük, d́ük 1
Chuvash: śǝʷk 1
Yakut: sük- 2
Tuva: čü`k 1, čüdür- 2
Kirghiz: ǯük 1
Kazakh: žük 1
Noghai: jük 1
Bashkir: jök 1
Balkar: ǯük, žük, zük 1
Gagauz: ük 1
Karaim: jük, juk, jik, ik 1
Kumyk: jük, juk 1
Comments: EDT 885, 910, VEWT 212, ЭСТЯ 4, 262-263, Лексика 520.
Proto-Turkic: *jüg
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: feather
Russian meaning: перо
Karakhanid: jüg (MK, KB)
Turkish: jüg, jüv (dial.), Osm. jüg
Khakassian: čüg
Tuva: čüg
Comments: EDT 910, Лексика 150. Räsänen (VEWT 211b) confuses this root with *juŋ 'wool', but they are certainly unrelated (although may tend to contaminate).
Proto-Turkic: *jüg-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 upwards 2 to rise 3 hill 4 high
Russian meaning: 1 вверх, наверх 2 подниматься 3 холм 4 высокий
Old Turkic: jügerü (Orkh., OUygh.) 1
Karakhanid: jükse- 2 (MK)
Turkish: jüksel- 2, jüǯe, (dial.) jüg, jüǯek, jügǯek, jüvǯek 3
Middle Turkic: jüksät- 2 (Houts.), jüče 4 (AH)
Azerbaidzhan: jüksäl- 2, uǯa 4
Gagauz: ǖsel- 2
Karaim: öksel- 2
Comments: EDT 915, ЭСТЯ 4, 263-264. The form *jügerü is replaced in most modern languages by a back row variant *jokaru, *jokgaru (see ЭСТЯ 4, 213-214); this may be due to a contamination with a synonymous root *jok "up, above" (see ЭСТЯ 4, 215).
Proto-Turkic: *jügen
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bridle
Russian meaning: уздечка
Karakhanid: jügön (MK, IM)
Turkish: ojan
Tatar: jögän
Middle Turkic: ujan (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: jugan
Uighur: jügän
Sary-Yughur: juɣɨn (ЯЖУ)
Azerbaidzhan: jüjän
Turkmen: üjen, ujan
Khakassian: čügen
Shor: čügen
Oyrat: üjgen
Chuvash: jǝʷven
Yakut: ǖn
Tuva: čüɣen
Kirghiz: ǯügön
Kazakh: žügen
Noghai: jüwen
Bashkir: jügän
Balkar: ǯügen
Karaim: ijgen, jügen
Karakalpak: žüwen
Kumyk: jügen
Comments: VEWT 212, EDT 913, ЭСТЯ 1, 577, Егоров 77, Лексика 556.
Proto-Turkic: *jügür-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to hurry, run
Russian meaning: спешить, бежать
Old Turkic: jügür- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jügür- (MK)
Turkish: jügür-, jüjir- (dial.)
Tatar: jöger-
Middle Turkic: jügür- (Houts., MA, AH), jüwür- (Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: jügir-, jugur-
Uighur: žügü(r)-
Azerbaidzhan: jüjür-
Turkmen: jüwür- (dial.), jügür-
Khakassian: čügür-
Shor: čügür-
Oyrat: jügür-, d́ügür-
Yakut: sǖr-
Dolgan: hǖr-
Tuva: čügür-
Kirghiz: ǯügür-
Kazakh: žügir-
Noghai: juwɨr-
Bashkir: jüger-
Karaim: juwur-, ǯuwur-
Karakalpak: žügir-, žuwɨr-
Salar: jugur-, jü'kür- (ССЯ)
Comments: EDT 914, VEWT 212, ЭСТЯ 4, 258, Stachowski 116.
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