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Proto-Turkic: *Kɨrtɨĺ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 surface 2 bark, upper layer
Russian meaning: 1 поверхность 2 кора, верхний слой
Old Turkic: qɨrtɨš 1 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qɨrtɨš 1 (MK)
Turkish: kɨrtɨš (dial.) 2
Tatar: qɨrtɨš 2
Middle Turkic: qɨrtɨš (Houts.) 2
Oyrat: qɨrtɨš 1
Tuva: qɨrtɨš 2
Kirghiz: qɨrtɨš 2
Kazakh: qɨrtɨs 2
Noghai: qɨrtɨs 2
Bashkir: qɨrtɨš 2
Karakalpak: qɨrtɨs 2
Kumyk: qɨrtɨš 2
Comments: VEWT 267, EDT 649, Лексика 391-392, ЭСТЯ 6, 241-242. Cf. also forms reflecting *Kɨrɨĺ: Yak. kɨrɨs 'thin layer under skin', Tur. kɨrɨš 'wrinkled', Az. Gɨrɨš 'wrinkle' (see ЭСТЯ 6, 242), as well as *Kɨrča(ŋ) 'scab' (see ibid., 244-245).
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨs-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 short 2 narrow 3 to squeeze
Russian meaning: 1 короткий 2 узкий 3 сдавливать
Old Turkic: qɨsɣa (Orkh.) 1
Karakhanid: qɨs- 3 (MK, KB), qɨsɨɣ 2 (MK), qɨsqa 1 (KB), qɨsɣa 1 (MK)
Turkish: kɨsa 1, kɨs- 3
Tatar: qɨsqa 1, qɨs- 3
Middle Turkic: qɨsqa 1 (Abush.), qɨs- (MA)
Uzbek: qisqa 1
Uighur: qisqa 1
Sary-Yughur: GɨsGa, qɨsGa 1
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨsa 1
Turkmen: GɨsGa 1, Gɨs- 3
Khakassian: xɨsxa 1, xɨs- 3
Oyrat: qɨsqa 1
Chuvash: xǝzǝk 2, xǝs- 4
Yakut: kɨhaj- 3
Dolgan: kɨhalga 'straits, sorrow' ( = Yak. kɨhalga)
Tuva: qɨsqa 1, qɨ's- 4, qɨzɨ̄ 2
Tofalar: qɨ'sqa 1, qɨ's- 4
Kirghiz: qɨsqa 1
Kazakh: qɨsqa 1
Noghai: qɨsqa 1
Bashkir: qɨsqa 1
Balkar: qɨsxa 1
Gagauz: qɨsa 1
Karaim: qsɨqa 1
Karakalpak: qɨsqa 1
Salar: qɨsGa 1
Comments: PT *Kɨs-ga 'short' is derived from PT *Kɨs- 'to press, squeeze'. See VEWT 267, EDT 665-7, ЭСТЯ 6, 251-253, Stachowski 167.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨsɨr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 barren (cow) 2 barren mare
Russian meaning: 1 яловая (корова) 2 яловая кобыла
Karakhanid: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsraq 2 (MK)
Turkish: kɨsɨr 1, kɨsrak 2
Tatar: qɨsɨr 1
Middle Turkic: qɨsɨr (Pav. C.) 1, qɨsɨraq 2 (Houts., Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: qisir 1
Uighur: qisir 1
Sary-Yughur: qɨsɨraq 2
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨsɨr 1, GɨsraG 2
Turkmen: Gɨsɨr 1, Gɨsraq 2
Khakassian: xɨzɨr 1, xɨzɨrax 2
Shor: qɨzɨr 1
Oyrat: qɨzɨr 1
Halaj: qɨsɨr 1
Chuvash: xǝzǝr 1, kǝsre 2
Yakut: kɨtarā- 'стать стародойною, яловеть'
Dolgan: kɨtarak 'barren'
Tuva: qɨzɨr 1, qɨzɨraq 2
Kirghiz: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsɨraq 2
Kazakh: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsɨraq 2
Noghai: qɨsɨr 1
Bashkir: qɨɵɨr 1, qɨɵɨraq (dial.) 2
Balkar: qɨsɨr 1
Gagauz: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsɨraq 2
Karaim: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsɨraq 2
Karakalpak: qɨsɨr 1, qɨsɨraq 2
Kumyk: qɨsɨr 1
Comments: EDT 668-669, VEWT 267, 268, ЭСТЯ 6, 249-251, Stachowski 170. Turk. > Kalm. kīsr, KW 234 (but Doerfer TMN 3, 476 objects, saying that Kalm. is a "dialektische Variante von kǖsr < ke'ü-ser"); > Mong. qusuraŋ / kisuraŋ 'barren (cow)' > Man. kisari.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: not enough, insufficient
Russian meaning: недостаточный, скудный
Turkish: kɨt; kɨtlɨk 'Ungenügendheit, Hungersnot'
Middle Turkic: qɨt (AH, IM)
Uighur: qitiɣir 'miserly'
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨt
Turkmen: Gɨt
Shor: qɨtɨj 'miserly'
Chuvash: xǝdǝx 'compulsion'
Tuva: qɨdɨɣ 'oppressed'
Kirghiz: qɨdɨq 'dwarf', qɨtɨj- 'secretive', qɨtɨraj- 'lean and small'
Kazakh: qɨtɨqtan- 'to be offended'
Noghai: qɨt
Bashkir: qɨtlɨq 'hunger' (dial.)
Balkar: qɨt
Karaim: qɨt
Karakalpak: qɨt
Kumyk: qɨt
Comments: VEWT 268, ЭСТЯ 6, 252.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄č-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to criticize, malice
Russian meaning: критиковать, злобствовать
Karakhanid: qɨčur- (MK)
Tatar: qɨǯɨ- (R.)
Turkmen: Gɨ̄ǯɨt 'reproach'
Khakassian: xɨsxar- 'to reproach, blame', xɨǯɨr- 'to tease smb.'
Yakut: kɨ̄hɨr-
Tuva: qɨžɨrɨ- 'to tease, ridicule'
Kirghiz: qɨǯɨn-
Comments: EDT 59.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄čɨk, *gīči-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 itching, tickling 2 to tickle
Russian meaning: 1 зуд, щекотка 2 щекотать
Karakhanid: kiči-, qɨčɨ-la- (v.) (MK)
Turkish: giǯik- 2, giǯik, gɨǯɨk 1
Tatar: keče- (dial.) 2
Middle Turkic: giǯik 1 (Pav. C.)
Turkmen: gīǯi 1, Gɨǯɨq 1, gīǯe- 2
Chuvash: kǝźǝ 1
Tuva: kiǯi- 2
Tofalar: kiǯi- 2
Balkar: kičüw 1
Karaim: kiči- 2
Comments: VEWT 260, 269, ЭСТЯ 3, 42-43, 6, 186-187, TMN 3, 567, EDT 591, 695. The back row variant is interacting with PT *Kɨč- 'to scrape, itch' q. v. sub *k`i̯ùčù.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄jn
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 punishment, fine, guilt 2 to punish 3 cruelty, tyranny 4 to condemn 5 hard, difficult 6 to torture 7 insult, offence 8 to offend 9 harm, torture 10 sin 11 to annoy, anger 12 to beat
Russian meaning: 1 наказание, штраф, вина 2 наказывать 3 жестокость, тирания 4 осуждать, порицать 5 трудный, тяжелый 6 мучить 7 обида 8 обижать 9 беда, мучение 10 грех 11 сердить, раздражать 12 бить
Old Turkic: qɨjnɨɣ (acc.) (Orkh.), qɨjn, qɨn (OUygh.) 1, qɨna- 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qɨn, qɨjɨn (KB) 1, qɨna- 2 (MK, KB)
Turkish: kɨjɨn, kɨjɨnč 3, kɨna- 4
Tatar: qɨjɨn 5, qɨjɨna- 'to make difficult, hard'
Middle Turkic: qɨjɨn (Abush., Бор. Бад., MA), qɨn (Pav. C.), qɨna- 2 (Sangl.)
Uzbek: qijin 5, qijna- 6
Uighur: qijin 5, qijna- 6
Sary-Yughur: qɨn 1
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨna- 4
Turkmen: qɨ̄n 5, qɨ̄na- 'to make difficult, torture'
Khakassian: xɨjɨx 7, xɨjal 9
Shor: qɨjal 9, 10, qɨjɨq-ta- 8, qɨjnaɣ 9 (*qɨń-laɣ)
Oyrat: qɨjɨn, qɨjna- 6, qɨjal 10, dial. (Баск. Туба) qɨj- 6
Chuvash: xǝn 1
Yakut: kɨ̄nńā-, kɨjaxā- 11, kɨj- 'to pain, ache'
Dolgan: kɨjŋa- 11, kɨj- 'to kill'
Tuva: xɨjna- 6
Kirghiz: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjɨt- 'to make difficult, troublesome', qɨjna- 6
Kazakh: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 6, qɨnž-ɨl- 'to be distressed'
Noghai: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 6
Bashkir: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 12
Balkar: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 12
Karaim: qɨjɨn, qejin 1, qɨjna- 6
Karakalpak: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 6
Kumyk: qɨjɨn 1, qɨjna- 6
Comments: VEWT 264. EDT 631, ЭСТЯ 6, 218-219, Stachowski 168. Turk. *Kɨ̄jna- > MMong. qina- 'to torture' (Щербак 1997, 165). Nasalless forms (like Yak. kɨjaxā- etc.) may result from a reanalysis of the form *Kɨ̄jn as *Kɨjɨn, interpreted as a deverbative noun. Turk. > Hung. kín 'torture, suffering' (Gombocz 1912).
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄ĺ-gun
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: eatable grass
Russian meaning: кормовая трава
Karakhanid: qɨšɣun (MK) 'свежий тростник, который ест скот'
Oyrat: qɨšqɨn 'пырей'
Chuvash: xǝlɣen 'кипрей'
Yakut: kɨ̄s ot 'конский щавель'
Comments: EDT 672.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄n
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sheath, scabbard
Russian meaning: ножны, чехол
Karakhanid: qɨn (MK, KB)
Turkish: kɨn
Tatar: qɨn
Middle Turkic: qɨn (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: qin, (Khorazm dial.) qɨjn
Uighur: qin
Sary-Yughur: qɨn (ЯЖУ)
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨn
Turkmen: Gɨ̄n
Khakassian: xɨn
Shor: qɨn
Oyrat: qɨn
Chuvash: jǝnǝ, dial. ǝnǝ
Yakut: kɨ̄n
Tuva: xɨn
Kirghiz: qɨn
Kazakh: qɨn
Noghai: qɨn
Bashkir: qɨn
Balkar: qɨn
Gagauz: qɨn
Karaim: qɨn
Karakalpak: qɨn
Kumyk: qɨn
Comments: VEWT 264, EDT 630-631, Егоров 79, Лексика 571, ЭСТЯ 6, 217-218.
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄ŕ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: red
Russian meaning: красный
Old Turkic: qɨzɨl (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qɨzɨl (MK, KB)
Turkish: kɨzɨl
Tatar: qɨzɨl
Middle Turkic: qɨzɨl (MA)
Uzbek: qizil
Uighur: qizil
Sary-Yughur: qizil
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨzɨl
Turkmen: Gɨzɨl
Khakassian: xɨzɨl
Shor: qɨzɨl
Oyrat: qɨzɨl
Halaj: qɨzɨl
Chuvash: xǝrlǝ
Yakut: kɨhɨl
Dolgan: kɨhɨl
Tuva: qɨzɨl
Tofalar: qɨzɨl
Kirghiz: qɨzɨl
Kazakh: qɨzɨl
Noghai: qɨzɨl
Bashkir: qɨδɨl
Balkar: qɨzɨl
Gagauz: qɨzɨl
Karaim: qɨzɨl
Karakalpak: qɨzɨl
Salar: Gɨzil
Kumyk: qɨzɨl
Comments: PT *Kɨŕ-ɨl 'red' is derived from *Kɨ̄ŕ- 'to redden; glow' (Turkm. Gɨz-, Tur. kɨz- etc.), where length is witnessed by Yak. kɨ̄s-. One has to assume shortening in polysyllabic derivatives (besides *Kɨŕɨl also *Kɨŕ-ɨk-, *Kɨŕl-ar-), with secondary analogical shortening in Turkm. Gɨz-; see VEWT 269, EDT 681, 683-4, TMN 3, 469, Лексика 602-603, ЭСТЯ 6, 187-189, 194-196, Stachowski 167. Cf. also *Kɨ̄r 'grey' (VEWT 265, TMN 3, 567, ЭСТЯ 6, 229-230).
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄ŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 girl 2 woman
Russian meaning: 1 девушка 2 женщина
Old Turkic: qɨz 1 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qɨz 1 (MK, KB)
Turkish: kɨz 1
Tatar: qɨz 1
Middle Turkic: qɨz 1 (Pav. C., MA)
Uzbek: qiz 1
Uighur: qiz 1
Sary-Yughur: qɨs 1
Azerbaidzhan: Gɨz 1
Turkmen: Gɨ̄z 1
Khakassian: xɨs 1
Shor: qɨs 1
Oyrat: qɨs 1
Chuvash: xǝr 1, xǝr-(arъm) 2
Yakut: kɨ̄s 1
Dolgan: kɨ̄s 1
Tuva: qɨs 1
Tofalar: qɨs 1
Kirghiz: qɨz 1
Kazakh: qɨz 1
Noghai: qɨz 1
Bashkir: qɨδ 1
Balkar: qɨz 1
Gagauz: qɨz 1
Karaim: qɨz 1
Karakalpak: qɨz 1
Salar: qɨz 1
Kumyk: qɨz 1
Comments: VEWT 269, TMN 3, 569-70, EDT 679-80, Лексика 295, 318, ЭСТЯ 6, 190-191, Stachowski 172. For PT one should reconstruct variants *kɨ̄ŕ/*kɨ̄r (they are reflected in several derivatives, e.g. *Kɨ̄r-kɨn, see Лексика 317-318, ЭСТЯ 6, 237, *Kɨr-nak, see TMN 3, 456, ЭСТЯ 6, 240).
Proto-Turkic: *Kɨ̄tɨr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to walk, go round
Russian meaning: ходить, обходить вокруг
Turkish: kɨdɨr- (dial.)
Tatar: qɨdɨr- (dial.)
Uzbek: qidir-
Turkmen: Gɨdɨr- (dial.)
Yakut: kɨtɨgɨras 'проворный, быстрый, резвый (о звере), скороход'
Kirghiz: qɨdɨr-; qɨdɨŋ 'семенящий при беге (о жив.)'
Kazakh: qɨdɨr-
Noghai: qɨdɨr-
Bashkir: qɨδɨr-
Balkar: qɨdɨr-
Karaim: qɨdɨr-
Karakalpak: qɨdɨr-
Kumyk: qɨdɨr-
Comments: ЭСТЯ 6, 185.
Proto-Turkic: *Ko-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put
Russian meaning: класть
Turkish: ko-
Middle Turkic: qo- (Pav. C., IM)
Chuvash: xɨv-, xu-
Karaim: qo-
Comments: VEWT 273, ЭСТЯ 6, 27-29. The root seems archaic, but in most languages (beginning with OT) was substituted by the synonymous *Kod- (v. sub *k`ŏda), being preserved only in Chag., Osm. and Chuv.
Proto-Turkic: *Kob-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to slander 2 conjuration, exorcism
Russian meaning: 1 клеветать 2 заклинание
Old Turkic: qovla- 1 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qovuz, qovuč 2 (MK)
Turkish: kovu, kovɨ (dial.) 'slander'
Middle Turkic: qov 'slander' (AH)
Yakut: xobulā- 1
Comments: ЭСТЯ 6, 17-18, EDT 584, Clark 1977, 147. Turk. > WMong. qob 'gossip' (KW 181), whence again Oyr. qop etc. (VEWT 281). Despite EDT 584, hardly connected with *Kob- 'to chase' (v. sub *gŏ̀bè).
Proto-Turkic: *Kob-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to follow, chase
Russian meaning: преследовать, гнаться
Karakhanid: qov- (MK)
Turkish: kov-
Tatar: quw-
Middle Turkic: qov- (AH), qaw- (Бор. Бад.)
Uzbek: qaw- (dial.), quw-
Azerbaidzhan: Gov-
Turkmen: qov-
Oyrat: qū-
Chuvash: xu-, xъv-
Kirghiz: qū-, qubala-
Kazakh: quw-
Noghai: quw-
Bashkir: qɨw-
Balkar: quw-
Gagauz: qū-
Karaim: quw-
Karakalpak: quw-
Kumyk: quw-
Comments: ЭСТЯ 6, 9-10, VEWT 275, Федотов 2, 315-316. The Karakh. derivative qovdaq 'greedy' (although scarcely attested) is a probable source of WMong. qobduɣ 'greedy', see Clark 1977, 147.
Proto-Turkic: *Kobga
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pail, bucket
Russian meaning: ведро
Old Turkic: qovɣa (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qova (MK Oghuz)
Turkish: kova, koɣa
Middle Turkic: qova (AH), qopqa (Pav. C., Бор. Бад., Abush.)
Uzbek: qawɣa (dial.)
Azerbaidzhan: Gova
Turkmen: Gova
Tuva: xuva
Kazakh: qawɣa
Noghai: qawɣa
Karaim: qova, qopqa
Karakalpak: qawɣa, ɣawɣa
Comments: EDT 583-584, ЭСТЯ 6, 12-13. Turk. > Mong. qobuɣa 'bucket, trough'.
Proto-Turkic: *Kobu-k
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: empty, hollow
Russian meaning: пустой, полый
Old Turkic: qovɨ (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qovɨ, qovuq (MK)
Turkish: kovuk, gavɨk (dial.)
Middle Turkic: qovuq (AH)
Uighur: quaq (dial.)
Turkmen: Govaq, Govuq, Govalč, Govuz
Khakassian: xax
Comments: VEWT 273, TMN 3, 415, ЭСТЯ 6, 5-6.
Proto-Turkic: *Kobuĺ, *Kobuĺa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sharpened (arrow) 2 to sharpen, plane
Russian meaning: 1 заостренная (стрела) 2 точить, строгать
Old Turkic: qovuša- (OUygh.) 2
Karakhanid: qovša- (MK) 2
Turkish: (Osmanli) qovuš, qoɣuš (XVI c.) 1
Comments: EDT 613-614.
Proto-Turkic: *Koč
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: ram
Russian meaning: баран
Old Turkic: qočqar, qočuŋar (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qočŋar (MK)
Turkish: koč, kočkar
Tatar: qučqar (dial.)
Middle Turkic: qoč, qočqar (AH, Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ɣɔč (dial.), qọčqar
Uighur: qočqa(r), qošqa(r)
Sary-Yughur: qužɣar
Azerbaidzhan: Goč
Turkmen: Goč, GočGar
Oyrat: qočqor
Halaj: Goč
Tuva: qošqar
Kirghiz: qočqor
Kazakh: qošqar
Noghai: qošqar
Bashkir: qušqar
Balkar: qocxar
Gagauz: qoč
Karaim: qoč, qočqar, qočxar
Karakalpak: ɣoš, qošqar
Salar: qošqor, qošqur
Kumyk: qočqar
Comments: Лексика 432, TMN 3, 539, 540-541, EDT 592, ЭСТЯ 6, 87-88. Turk. > Hung. kos, see Gombocz 1912; Russ. dial. kočkór, kočkáŕ, see Аникин 308, 309.
Proto-Turkic: *Kod-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put, leave, abandon
Russian meaning: класть, оставлять, покидать
Old Turkic: qod- (Yen., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qoδ- (MK)
Turkish: koj-
Tatar: quj-
Middle Turkic: qoj- (AH, Pav. C., Abush.)
Uzbek: qọj-
Uighur: qoj-
Sary-Yughur: quz-
Azerbaidzhan: Goj-
Turkmen: Goj-
Oyrat: qoj-
Chuvash: xor-
Kirghiz: qoj-
Kazakh: qoj-
Noghai: qoj-
Bashkir: quj-
Balkar: qoj-
Gagauz: qoj-
Karaim: qoj-
Karakalpak: qoj-
Kumyk: qoj-
Comments: VEWT 274, EDT 595-596, ЭСТЯ 6, 27-28, Федотов 2, 361. The original meaning (observable in most ancient occurrences, see EDT 595) must have been 'to put aside, leave, abandon'; the meaning 'put' appears somewhat later and is probably due to a merger with *Ko- 'to put' (v. sub *ga), not attested before the XIVth century.
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