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Proto-Turkic: *bākana
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 sheep skin 2 lamb 3 baby
Russian meaning: 1 овечья шкура 2 ягненок 3 ребенок
Turkish: baɣan 1, (dial.) baɣalak, baɣnak 1, baɣana 3
Middle Turkic: baɣana 1 (R)
Uzbek: baɣana 1 (Khor.)
Azerbaidzhan: baɣana 1
Turkmen: baɣana 1
Kirghiz: baɣlan, baɣɨlan 'lamb that has stopped suckling', baɣɨldɨr 'wild lamb, 1-year-old mountain goat'
Kazakh: baɣana 2
Karakalpak: baɣlan 'a well-fed early lamb'
Comments: VEWT 55, Лексика 390. The Kypchak form baɣlan 'lamb' has hardly anything to do with Tat., Kaz. baqlan 'cormorant' (despite TMN 2, 298, Аникин 112).
Proto-Turkic: *bāla, *bāl-dɨŕ, *bāla-pan
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 young animal, nestling, 2 child 3 a man's wife's younger sister 4 younger relative
Russian meaning: 1 молодое животное, птенец, 2 ребенок 3 младшая сестра жены 4 младший родственник
Old Turkic: baldɨz (OUygh.) 3
Karakhanid: bala 1 (MK), baldɨz 3 (MK); baldɨr 'step-son, step-daughter' (MK)
Turkish: bala 1, 2, baldɨz 3, balaban 'falcon' (dial.)
Tatar: bala 1, 2, baldɨz 3
Middle Turkic: bala 1, 2 (Abush., Бор. Бад.), baldɨz 3 (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bɔla 1, 2, bɔldiz 3, palapan 1 (dial.)
Uighur: bala 1, 2
Sary-Yughur: mɨla, mle 2
Azerbaidzhan: bala, balaG 1, 2, baldɨz 3
Turkmen: bāla 1, 2, bāldɨz 3
Khakassian: pala 2, pastɨ 3
Shor: pala 2, pastɨ 3
Oyrat: bala 1, 2, passɨ 3 (Tel., R)
Halaj: bala 2
Chuvash: poldъr 3, 4 (Aš. IX 282)
Yakut: balɨs 3, 4
Dolgan: balɨs 3, 4
Kirghiz: bala 2
Kazakh: bala 2, baldɨz 3, balapan 1 (R)
Noghai: bala 2, baldɨz 3
Bashkir: bala 2, baldɨδ 3; belekej 'small'
Balkar: bala 2
Gagauz: baldɨsqa 3
Karaim: bala 2, baldɨz 3
Karakalpak: bala 2, baldɨz 3
Salar: bala 1, 2
Kumyk: bala 1, 2
Comments: EDT 332, 334, VEWT 59, 60, ЭСТЯ 2, 47-50, 53-54, Лексика 71, 306-307, 312, Stachowski 51, 52. Turk. > Kalm. baldṛ (KW 30). Khak. pastɨ < *bazlɨ < *balzɨ with metathesis.
Proto-Turkic: *bālɨk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fish
Russian meaning: рыба
Old Turkic: balɨq (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: balɨq (MK)
Turkish: balɨk
Tatar: balɨq
Middle Turkic: balɨq, balɨɣ (MA, Pav. C., Бор. Бад.)
Uzbek: baliq
Uighur: beliq
Azerbaidzhan: balɨG
Turkmen: bālɨq
Khakassian: palɨx
Shor: palɨq (R.)
Oyrat: balɨq
Chuvash: polъ
Yakut: balɨk
Dolgan: balɨk
Tuva: balɨq
Tofalar: balɨq
Kirghiz: balɨq
Kazakh: balɨq
Noghai: balɨq
Bashkir: balɨq
Balkar: balɨq
Gagauz: balɨq
Karaim: balɨx
Karakalpak: balɨq
Salar: baluχ
Kumyk: balɨq
Comments: EDT 335, ЭСТЯ 2, 59-60, Лексика 177, Федотов 1, 443, Stachowski 52.
Proto-Turkic: *bār
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 there is, there are 2 existence, goods 3 all
Russian meaning: 1 есть, имеется 2 весь, все
Old Turkic: bar 1, 2 (Orkh., Yen., OUygh.), barča 3
Karakhanid: bar 1, 2, barča 3 (MK, KB)
Turkish: var 1, 2
Tatar: bar 1, 2, 3, barča 3, barsɨ 3
Middle Turkic: bar 1, 2, 3, barča 3
Uzbek: bɔr 1, 2, bɔriča 3
Uighur: ba(r) 1, 2, 3, baričä 3
Sary-Yughur: par 1
Azerbaidzhan: var 1, 2
Turkmen: bār 1, 3; barča 3
Khakassian: par 1, 2, parčan 3
Oyrat: bar 1, 2, 3
Halaj: vār 1, 2
Chuvash: por 1, 'any', 3, 'rich', porǝš 3
Yakut: bār 1, 2, bar(ɨ) 3
Dolgan: bār 1, 2, bar(ɨ) 3
Tuva: bar 1, barɨ 2
Tofalar: bar 1
Kirghiz: bar 1, 'rich', barča 3
Kazakh: bar 1
Noghai: bar 1, 2, 3
Bashkir: bar 1, 'rich', barɨ 3
Balkar: bar 1, 'rich', barɨ 3
Gagauz: var 1, 2
Karaim: bar 1, 2, 3, barca, barča 3
Karakalpak: bar 1, 2, barša 3
Salar: bār, par, vār 1, bar, par 'rich' (ССЯ)
Kumyk: bar 1, 3, 'rich', barɨ 3
Comments: VEWT 62, EDT 353, 356-7, ЭСТЯ 2, 61-63, Лексика 326-327, 332-333, Федотов 1, 444-445, Stachowski 52, 53, 56. Syntactically it is an abstract noun frequently acting as a predicate.
Proto-Turkic: *bẹ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 I 2 (*bi-ŕ) we
Russian meaning: 1 я 2 (*bi-ŕ) мы
Old Turkic: ben 1 (Orkh., Yen., OUygh.), men 1 (OUygh.), biz 2 (Orkh., Yen., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: men 1 (MK, KB), biz 2 (MK, KB)
Turkish: ben 1, biz 2
Tatar: min 1, bez 2
Middle Turkic: ben 1 (Abush.), biz 2 (Abush.)
Uzbek: men 1, biz 2
Uighur: män 1, biz 2
Sary-Yughur: men 1, pɨz 2
Azerbaidzhan: män 1, biz 2
Turkmen: men 1, bīz 2
Khakassian: min 1, pǝs 2
Shor: men 1, pis 2
Oyrat: men 1, mis 2
Halaj: män 1, biz 2
Chuvash: e-bǝ 1, e-bǝr 2
Yakut: min 1, bihigi 2 (Poss.)
Dolgan: min 1, bihigi 2
Tuva: men 1, bis 2
Tofalar: men 1, bi's 2
Kirghiz: men 1, miz 2
Kazakh: min 1, biz 2
Noghai: men 1, biz 2
Bashkir: min 1, beδ 2
Balkar: men 1, miz 2
Gagauz: ben 1, bis 2
Karaim: men 1, biz 2
Karakalpak: men 1, biz 2
Salar: mē(n) 1, pise(r) 2 (ССЯ 128)
Kumyk: men 1, biz 2
Comments: EDT 346 (*bẹ-n), 388 (*biŕ), ЭСТЯ 2, 129-130, VEWT 77, 333, Stachowski 60, 179.
Proto-Turkic: *bĒčin
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: monkey
Russian meaning: обезьяна
Old Turkic: bečin (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bečin (MK)
Middle Turkic: bečin (MA, Sangl.)
Sary-Yughur: pičin
Turkmen: bīǯin
Chuvash: (Bulg.) bexti 'год обезьяны'
Comments: VEWT 66, EDT 295-296, ЭСТЯ 2, 128-129, TMN 2, 382, Лексика 168. All IE sources (EDT 295, TMN 2, 382-383), like Pers. būzīna, proposed for this word are quite unclear etymologically and probably borrowed themselves. {Cf. also some modern words meaning 'cat': MKypch., Khor. mačɨ, Uzb. maši, Tat. mäči, see Лексика 192, perhaps borrowed from Turk. into Slovak and Hungarian.}
Proto-Turkic: *bEdiŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: painted ornamentation
Russian meaning: рисованное украшение
Old Turkic: bediz (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: beδiz (MK)
Comments: EDT 310, VEWT 67.
Proto-Turkic: *bEd-le (?)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: such, similar, so
Russian meaning: такой, подобный, таким образом
Karakhanid: böjle (Tefs.)
Turkish: böjle, (dial.) bele; (dial.) bile-m 'myself' etc.
Middle Turkic: bejle, böjle (Pav. C.)
Azerbaidzhan: bejlä, belä, dial. bilä-m 'myself' etc.
Turkmen: bejle
Oyrat: bejde (Kumd.)
Halaj: bilä-m, bilä-si, bilä-miz 'myself, himself, ourselves' etc. ( < Az.)
Comments: ЭСТЯ 2, 107-108. Cf. perhaps also Yak. bet-tex (Dolg. bettek) 'here, closely', Yak., Dolg. beterē 'this, nearest side' (although it may go back to *bet 'face'; derivation < *be-rü 'this side' in ЭСТЯ 2, 124, followed by Stachowski 59, is hardly plausible). The sometimes proposed explanation as *bu ile, i.e. "together with it" or "by means of it" is not quite acceptable for semantic reasons. As for the Oghuz variants with a labialized vowels, they may have an assimilative origin. But on the whole the attribution of the Turkic form is still dubious (although the semantic derivation "similar, such as" < "face, looks" seems to be quite common in Altaic).
Proto-Turkic: *bEdü-k
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 big 2 high
Russian meaning: 1 большой, крупный 2 высокий
Old Turkic: bedük 1 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: beδük 1 (MK, KB)
Turkish: büjük 1
Tatar: bijek 2
Middle Turkic: bejik 1, 2 (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bujuk 1, 2
Uighur: büjük 1, 2
Sary-Yughur: bezɨk 1
Azerbaidzhan: böjük 1
Turkmen: bejik 2
Khakassian: pözǝk 1, 2
Shor: mözük 2
Oyrat: bijik 2
Halaj: bidik/büdük 1
Tuva: bedik 2
Tofalar: bedik 2
Kirghiz: bijik 1
Kazakh: bijik 1
Noghai: bijik 1
Bashkir: bejek 1
Balkar: mijik 1
Gagauz: bǖk 1
Karaim: büjüḱ 1
Karakalpak: bijik 1
Kumyk: bijik 2
Comments: VEWT 67, EDT 299-301, ЭСТЯ 2, 288-290. PT *bedü-k 'big, high' is derived from *bedü- 'to become bigger, grow' (OT bedü-, Tur. büjü-, SUygh. pezi-, Az. böjü-, Khal. bidi-, Tuva bedi-, Gag. bǖ-, Karaim büjü-).
Proto-Turkic: *bEgni
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: millet beer
Russian meaning: просяное пиво
Old Turkic: begni (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: begni (MK, IM)
Comments: EDT 328. The word is also present in some Iranian languages (Sogd. βɣ'ny, Osset. bägäny, where it is most probably a Turkic loanword, despite TMN 2, 311, Bailey 320 [with a dubious Iranian etymology]). Turk. > Mong. bekni, begni, see Щербак 1997, 193.
Proto-Turkic: *bEje
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: (foaled) mare
Russian meaning: кобыла
Old Turkic: be (OUygh. - YB)
Karakhanid: be (MK, IM)
Tatar: bijɛ
Middle Turkic: beje (Sangl.); bej (CCum.)
Uzbek: bijä
Uighur: bijä (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: pie, pi
Khakassian:
Oyrat:
Yakut: biä
Tuva: be
Kirghiz:
Kazakh: bije
Noghai: bije
Bashkir: bejä
Karaim: bije
Karakalpak: bije
Comments: EDT 291, VEWT 75, ЭСТЯ 2, 133, Лексика 443. Forms as bije < *bẹje, show a secondary vowel narrowing in front of -j-; the Kirgh., Oyr. and Tuva-Tof. forms point to *E.
Proto-Turkic: *bejŋi
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: brain
Russian meaning: мозг; вместилище разума
Old Turkic: meji, meŋi (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: meŋi (MK, KB)
Turkish: bejin
Tatar: mi
Middle Turkic: miji (MA), mejn (Sangl.)
Uzbek: mija
Uighur: miŋä
Azerbaidzhan: bejin
Turkmen: bejni, mejni
Khakassian:
Shor: mī-s
Oyrat:
Halaj: mein
Chuvash: mimǝ
Yakut: mejī
Dolgan: meńī 'head'
Tuva:
Tofalar:
Kirghiz:
Kazakh: mɨj
Noghai: mɨj
Bashkir: meje
Balkar: mije
Karaim: miji
Karakalpak: mij
Kumyk: miji
Comments: VEWT 70, EDT 348-349, ЭСТЯ 2, 106-107, TMN 4, 35, Лексика 195, Stachowski 178. Turk. > MMong. mije, miji (Щербак 1997, 105).
Proto-Turkic: *bek
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: firm, solid, stable
Russian meaning: крепкий, прочный
Old Turkic: bek (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bek (MK)
Turkish: pek
Tatar: bik
Middle Turkic: bek, pek (Pav. C.)
Sary-Yughur: poq, pɨq
Turkmen: bek
Khakassian: pik
Shor: pek
Oyrat: bek, pek
Chuvash: pak 'suddenly, abruptly'
Yakut: bige
Dolgan: bige
Tuva: be'k
Kirghiz: bek
Kazakh: bek
Noghai: bek
Bashkir: bik
Balkar: bek
Gagauz: pek
Karaim: bek
Karakalpak: bek
Kumyk: bek
Comments: EDT 323, VEWT 68, ЭСТЯ 2, 117-120, Stachowski 60. Closed -i- in Yak. is probably secondary.
Proto-Turkic: *bekem
Meaning: wood hen
Khakassian: pigem 'самка глухаря'
Shor: pegem 'самка глухаря'
Oyrat: pegem 'тетерев' (Баск. Леб.)
Comments: VEWT 382.
Proto-Turkic: *bEkre
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sterlet
Russian meaning: стерлядь
Middle Turkic: bekre (R)
Uzbek: bekre (dial.)
Turkmen: bekre, bekire (dial.)
Kazakh: bekire
Bashkir: bikre
Karakalpak: bekire
Comments: VEWT 68, ЭСТЯ 2, 108.
Proto-Turkic: *bẹl
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of salmon (Salmo taimen)
Russian meaning: вид лосося
Tatar: bil
Oyrat: bel
Yakut: bil
Tuva: bel
Comments: Лексика 179.
Proto-Turkic: *bẹldir
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cross-roads, separation of two roads or rivers
Russian meaning: перекресток, развилка двух дорог или рек
Old Turkic: beltir (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: beltir (MK)
Tatar: pilter 'вода, скапливающаяся около болота' (КСТТ)
Khakassian: piltǝr
Shor: peltir
Oyrat: beltir
Yakut: bilir
Tuva: beldir
Comments: VEWT 69, EDT 334, Лексика 98.
Proto-Turkic: *bẹlek
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gift
Russian meaning: подарок
Old Turkic: belek (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: belek (MK)
Turkish: belek (dial.)
Tatar: büläk
Middle Turkic: belek (Sangl.)
Uighur: bäläk (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: pelek (ЯЖУ)
Oyrat: belek
Halaj: pelek
Chuvash: pil 'blessing'
Yakut: belex
Dolgan: belek
Tuva: belek
Kirghiz: belek
Bashkir: büläk
Karaim: belek 'приплод'
Comments: VEWT 69, TMN 2, 413, EDT 338, ЭСТЯ 2, 112-113, Дыбо 1997, 78-79, Лексика 348-349, Stachowski 57. In Егоров 160, Федотов 1, 431 the Chuv. form is regarded as a variant of pexil 'blessing' ( < Pers.), which is insecure phonetically. Derivation from bele'swaddle' (Clark 1977, 132) is highly dubious. The labialized vowel in Bashk., Tat. is a result of contamination with *bölek 'part'. Turk. > WMong. beleg, Kalm. belǝg (KW 41; TMN ibid., Щербак 1997, 104), whence Evk. belek etc., see Doerfer MT 141 (but Аникин 127 regards Evk. belek as borrowed < Yak.).
Proto-Turkic: *bẹleĺ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: rowan
Russian meaning: рябина
Tatar: mileš
Turkmen: meleš
Oyrat: pälä
Chuvash: pileš
Bashkir: miläš
Comments: VEWT 338.
Proto-Turkic: *bElin
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hawk
Russian meaning: ястреб
Uzbek: belin (Chag.)
Azerbaidzhan: beli-baGlɨ
Karaim: beliŋ
Comments: VEWT 69.
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