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Proto-Turkic: *b(i)altɨr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: calf of leg
Russian meaning: икра ноги
Old Turkic: baltɨr (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: baldɨr (MK)
Turkish: baldɨr
Tatar: baltɨr
Middle Turkic: baldɨr (MA), baltɨr (Sangl.)
Uzbek: bɔldir
Azerbaidzhan: baldɨr
Turkmen: baldɨr
Khakassian: paltɨr
Shor: paltɨr
Oyrat: baltɨr
Yakut: ballɨr
Tuva: ba'ldɨr
Tofalar: baldɨr
Kirghiz: baltɨr
Kazakh: baltɨr
Noghai: baltɨr
Bashkir: baltɨr
Balkar: baltɨr, baldɨr
Gagauz: baldɨr
Karaim: baldɨr
Karakalpak: baltɨr
Kumyk: baldɨr
Comments: VEWT 61, ЭСТЯ 2, 54-55, Лексика 283-284.
Proto-Turkic: *b(i)ar-k
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 house 2 home, household
Russian meaning: 1 постройка, здание 2 дом, имущество
Old Turkic: barq 1, 2 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: barq 1, 2 (MK, KB)
Turkish: bark 2
Middle Turkic: barq 2 (Sangl., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: barq 1
Azerbaidzhan: barɨ 'fence'
Kumyk: baru 'fence'
Comments: EDT 359-360, VEWT 63, 66, ЭСТЯ II 62. Bark is traditionally linked with bār 'there is', barɨ 'belongings', but cf. the Az. word which can be hardly explained in this way.
Proto-Turkic: *biarŋak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: finger, thumb
Russian meaning: палец, большой палец
Karakhanid: barmaq (Tefs., IM)
Turkish: parmak, dial. barnak
Tatar: barmaq, dial. barnaq
Middle Turkic: barmaq (Sangl., MA)
Uzbek: barmɔq
Uighur: barmaq
Azerbaidzhan: barmaG
Turkmen: barmaq
Halaj: barmaq
Chuvash: pürne
Kirghiz: barmaq
Kazakh: barmaq
Noghai: barmaq
Bashkir: barmaq, (Pallas) parnaq
Balkar: barmaq
Gagauz: parmaq
Karaim: barmaq
Karakalpak: barmaq
Salar: parmax
Kumyk: barmaq
Comments: VEWT 63, ЭСТЯ 2, 66-68, Дыбо 319-320, Лексика 253-255.
Proto-Turkic: *b(i)at
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: bad, unworthy
Russian meaning: плохой, негодный
Old Turkic: bat (Orkh., OUygh.)
Tuva: pat
Comments: EDT 296, VEWT 65.
Proto-Turkic: *b(i)ā-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to bind 2 to fasten 3 bundle 4 bond, rope
Russian meaning: 1 связывать 2 укреплять 3 связка 4 веревка
Old Turkic: ba- 1, 2, ba-ɣ 3, 4, 'confederation' (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: ba- 1, 2, ba-ɣ 3, 4 (MK, KB, At.)
Turkish: ba-ɣ 3, 4, ba-ɣ-la- 1,2
Tatar: baw 3, 4, bɛj 4
Middle Turkic: baɣ 4
Uzbek: bɔɣ 3, 4
Uighur: baɣ 3, 4
Sary-Yughur: paɣ 4
Azerbaidzhan: baɣ 3, 4
Turkmen: bāG 4
Khakassian: (dial.) paɣ (Kyz.) 4
Shor: paɣ (R) 4
Oyrat: 4
Halaj: vā- 1, baɣ 4 (baɣ m.b. < Ogh.)
Chuvash: pъjav 4
Yakut: bā-j- 1, 2, bɨa 4
Dolgan: bā-j- 1, bɨa 4
Tuva: baɣ-la- 1
Tofalar: Baɣ 4
Kirghiz: bō 3, 4
Kazakh: baw 3, 4
Noghai: baw 4
Bashkir: baw 4, bäj 4
Balkar: baw 4
Gagauz: bā-la- (< *bag-la-) 1
Karaim: baɣ 3, 4
Karakalpak: baw 3, 4
Salar: baχ 4
Kumyk: baw 3, 4
Comments: EDT 292, 310, ЭСТЯ 2, 13-17, VEWT 53 (*bā, deriv. *bā-g), Федотов 1, 411, Stachowski 55, 69. Turk. *bāg > Mong. baɣ (KW 27, TMN 2, 254), baɣča ( > Man. baqsan etc., see Doerfer MT 142). Yak. has a standard verbal stem modifier (-j-).
Proto-Turkic: *b(i)āka
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: frog
Russian meaning: лягушка
Old Turkic: baqa (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: baqa (MK)
Turkish:
Tatar: baqa
Middle Turkic: baqa (AH, Ettuhf.), baqqa (MA)
Uzbek: baqa
Uighur: baqa, paqa
Azerbaidzhan: baɣa
Turkmen: Gurbāɣa
Khakassian: paɣa
Shor: paɣa
Oyrat: baqa
Halaj: bāqa 'turtle'
Yakut: baɣa
Tuva: paɣa
Tofalar: baɣa
Kirghiz: baqa
Kazakh: baqa
Noghai: baqa
Balkar: maqa
Gagauz: qurbā
Karaim: baqa
Karakalpak: baqa
Salar: paɣa
Kumyk: baqa
Comments: VEWT 58, EDT 311-312, 646-647, ЭСТЯ 2, 40-41, 6, 160-161 (see ibid. on the onomatopoeic nature of the component *Kur-) , Лексика 179-180. A more precise reconstruction would be perhaps *b(i)ākka, with expressive gemination (suggested by non-voicing in Kypchak). Turk. > Hung. béka, see Gombocz 1912.
Proto-Turkic: *biāĺč
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wound
Russian meaning: рана
Old Turkic: baš (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: baš (MK, KB)
Turkish: baš (dial.)
Turkmen: bāš
Chuvash: püźek 'scar'
Yakut: bās
Dolgan: bās
Tuva: baiś (Krg. Castr. 124)
Comments: EDT 376, VEWT 65, ЭСТЯ 2, 88-89, ОСНЯ 1, 172, Мудрак Дисс. 90, 194, Stachowski 57. Usually united with balɨɣ 'wound, wounded', but cf. PA *mā̀li.
Proto-Turkic: *biāt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: swift, quick
Russian meaning: быстрый
Old Turkic: bat (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bat (MK)
Turkish: pat 'suddenly'
Middle Turkic: bat (Sangl.)
Uzbek: bɔt
Uighur: pat
Turkmen: bāda 'at once'
Chuvash: pidǝ ( < *püdǝ?) 'most, very'
Tuva: pat 'extremely'
Kirghiz: bat
Comments: VEWT 65, EDT 296, Егоров 162, Федотов 1, 437.
Proto-Turkic: *bij-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: sharp edge, knife
Russian meaning: острый край, нож
Old Turkic: bi (OUygh.)
Khakassian: pi-ze- 'to whet, sharpen'
Yakut:
Dolgan:
Comments: EDT 291, VEWT 75, Лексика 398, 399-400, Stachowski 61.
Proto-Turkic: *bil-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to know
Russian meaning: знать
Old Turkic: bil- (Orkh., Yen., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bil- (MK, KB, IM)
Turkish: bil-
Tatar: bel-
Middle Turkic: bil- (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bil-
Uighur: bil-
Sary-Yughur: bɨl-
Azerbaidzhan: bil-
Turkmen: bil-
Khakassian: pǝl-
Shor: pil- (R.)
Oyrat: bil-
Halaj: bil-
Chuvash: peʷl-
Yakut: bil-
Dolgan: bil-
Tuva: bil-
Tofalar: bil-
Kirghiz: bil-
Kazakh: bil-
Noghai: bil-
Bashkir: bel-
Balkar: bil-
Gagauz: bil-
Karaim: bil-
Karakalpak: bil-
Salar: bil-
Kumyk: bil-1
Comments: VEWT 75, EDT 330-331, ЭСТЯ 2, 137-139, Stachowski 60. Cf. also *belgü 'sign' (ЭСТЯ 2, 108-111) ( = WMong. belge, see TMN 1, 216, Щербак 1997, 104). Turk. *bil-ig > Mong. bilig (TMN 2, 418, Щербак 1997, 106).
Proto-Turkic: *biĺč-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to become boiled, ripe
Russian meaning: свариваться, созревать
Old Turkic: biš- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: biš- (MK, KB)
Turkish: piš-
Tatar: beš-, peš-
Middle Turkic: biš- (Sangl.)
Uzbek: piš-
Uighur: piš-
Sary-Yughur: pɨs-
Azerbaidzhan: biš-
Turkmen: biš-
Khakassian: pɨs-
Shor: pɨš-
Oyrat: bɨš-
Halaj: bɨš-
Chuvash: piś-
Yakut: bus-
Tuva: bɨš-
Tofalar: bɨš-
Kirghiz: bɨš-
Kazakh: pis-
Bashkir: beš-
Balkar: biš-
Gagauz: piš-
Karaim: biš-, piš-
Karakalpak: pis-
Kumyk: biš-
Comments: VEWT 76, EDT 376-377, ЭСТЯ 2, 161-164. Mong. bišlaq, basilaɣ 'a k. of home cheese' < Turk. *bɨĺ-lak (Clark 1980, 42, Щербак 1997, 107).
Proto-Turkic: *biĺči-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stir up, churn (milk, butter)
Russian meaning: помешивать, взбивать (молоко, масло), пахтать
Tatar: peš- (Сиб., Тумашева 180)
Uzbek: piškak 'churn pestle'
Turkmen: pišek 'churn pestle', -le- 'to churn'
Chuvash: pǝźer- 'to hit, beat'
Yakut: bis- 'to smear'
Dolgan: bis- 'to smear'
Kirghiz: bɨš- / biš-; biškek 'churn-staff for kumis'
Kazakh: pis-
Noghai: piskek 'churn-staff'
Bashkir: beše- 'to churn; to beat', beškäk 'churn-staff'
Karakalpak: pis-; piskek 'a big churn'
Comments: ЭСТЯ 2, 309-310, Stachowski 61, Ашм. X, 241-242. In a part of languages the root merges with *biĺč- "to ripen"; it differs from the latter by its original transitivity and consequent front vocalism.
Proto-Turkic: *bile-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to sharpen 2 whetstone
Russian meaning: 1 точить 2 точильный камень
Karakhanid: bile- (MK) 1
Turkish: bile- 1
Tatar: belɛw 2
Middle Turkic: bile- 1,bilew 2 (Pav. C.)
Uighur: bilä- (Jarr.) 1
Azerbaidzhan: bülöv, bilöv 2
Turkmen: bilev 2
Khakassian: pǝlö 2 (R)
Shor: pile 2
Oyrat: bilü 2
Chuvash: pǝʷlev 2
Tuva: bili- (Castr.- Soj.) 1
Kirghiz: bülö 2
Kazakh: bilew 2
Noghai: bilew 2
Bashkir: beläw 2
Balkar: bile- 1, bilew 2
Gagauz: bile- 1, bilä 2
Karaim: bile- 1, bülew 2
Kumyk: bile- 1, bilew 2
Comments: ЭСТЯ 2, 142-143, EDT 332-333 (< *bi 'blade', denom. - but Turkm. shortness contradicts this derivation). Turk. *bile-gü > Mong. *bile-ɣü id., see Щербак 1997, 106.
Proto-Turkic: *bile (bula)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: with, together, also
Russian meaning: вместе с, с, также
Old Turkic: bile, bilen (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bile (MK, KB)
Turkish: bile 'even'
Tatar: belɛn
Middle Turkic: bile (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bilan
Uighur: bilän
Sary-Yughur: bile(n)
Azerbaidzhan: bilä (dial.)
Turkmen: bile, bilen
Khakassian: mɨnaŋ
Shor: mine 'here, now'
Oyrat: bɨla (dial., Баск. Туба)
Halaj: bilä
Chuvash: -bala(n)
Yakut: -ɨnan (?)
Tuva: bile
Kirghiz: minen
Kazakh: -ben
Noghai: -ben
Bashkir: -benen
Balkar: bla
Gagauz: -jlan
Karaim: bɨla
Karakalpak: benen
Salar: bile
Kumyk: bulan
Comments: EDT 364-365, ЭСТЯ 2, 140-142. Phonetic variants are explained by the transformation of the root into a postposition and, further, into a case ending. The form bile is attested quite early and therefore can be hardly treated as an assimilation < bir-le (derived from bir '1', cf. bir-ge, bir-če with a similar meaning).
Proto-Turkic: *bilek
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wrist, forearm
Russian meaning: запястье, предплечье
Old Turkic: bilek (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bilek (MK, KB)
Turkish: bilek
Tatar: belɛk
Middle Turkic: bilek (Бор. Бад., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bilak
Uighur: biläk
Azerbaidzhan: biläk
Turkmen: bilek
Khakassian: pǝlek
Shor: pilek (R, Верб.)
Oyrat: belek
Yakut: belenčik, belenńik (dial.)
Tuva: bilek
Kirghiz: bilek
Kazakh: bilek
Noghai: bilek
Bashkir: beläk
Balkar: bilek
Gagauz: bilek
Karaim: bilek
Karakalpak: bilek
Kumyk: bilek
Comments: EDT 338-339, VEWT 76, TMN 2, 314, ЭСТЯ 2, 145-146, Дыбо 172-175 (with detailed analysis of phonetic variants and derivatives), Лексика 256. Turk. *bilek-jüŕük > *bile(g)ŕük 'bracelet' (EDT 345, Stachowski 60) > Mong. bilüčüg / bilisüg / bülüǯüg (see Clark 1980, 41).
Proto-Turkic: *bilik, *bEĺ-mek(e)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 wick 2 tinder, mushroom
Russian meaning: 1 фитиль 2 трут, гриб
Karakhanid: bilik (MK) 1
Tatar: meškɛ 2
Uzbek: pilik 1
Uighur: pilik (Jarr.) 1
Khakassian: miske 2
Shor: meške 2
Oyrat: meške 2
Kirghiz: bilik 1
Bashkir: bäšmäk 2
Karakalpak: pilik 1
Comments: EDT 339, VEWT 69, 72, ЭСТЯ VI.
Proto-Turkic: *bińŕ (*biŋŕ)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: awl
Russian meaning: шило
Turkish: biz
Tatar: bez
Middle Turkic: biz (MA), bigiz (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bigiz
Uighur: biz
Sary-Yughur: pɨz-, puz-
Azerbaidzhan: biz
Turkmen: bijz/bīz
Khakassian: pǝs
Shor: pis
Oyrat: mis
Tuva: bis
Tofalar: bis
Kirghiz: miz
Kazakh: biz, dial. bigiz
Noghai: biz
Bashkir: beδ
Balkar: miz
Karaim: biz
Karakalpak: biz
Kumyk: biz
Comments: VEWT 75, ЭСТЯ 2, 130-131, TMN 2, 311. The Chag. form bigiz is quite strange: perhaps it is a result of denasalization of *biŋiz < *biŋŕ (this would then suggest a velar nasal in the root).
Proto-Turkic: *bir (*bīr)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: one
Russian meaning: один
Old Turkic: bir (Orkh., Yen., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bir (MK, KB, IM)
Turkish: bir
Tatar: ber
Middle Turkic: bir (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bir
Uighur: bir
Sary-Yughur: bɨr
Azerbaidzhan: bir
Turkmen: bir
Khakassian: pǝr
Shor: pir
Oyrat: bir
Halaj: bi
Chuvash: pǝʷr
Yakut: bīr
Dolgan: bīr, bir
Tuva: bir
Tofalar: bir
Kirghiz: bir
Kazakh: bir
Noghai: bir
Bashkir: ber
Balkar: bir
Gagauz: biŕ
Karaim: bir/bɨr
Karakalpak: bir
Salar: pyr, pir, pur (Kakuk)
Kumyk: bir
Comments: VEWT 76, TMN 2, 383-4, EDT 353-4, ЭСТЯ 2, 146-151, Егоров 157, Федотов I 421-422, Stachowski 61. Cf. also Khak. praj 'all', Tat. dial. pǝräj 'any' (КСТТ 179), Az. birä-di 'one, all together'.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨč- / *bič-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to cut
Russian meaning: резать
Old Turkic: bɨč- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bɨč- (MK)
Turkish: bič-
Tatar: pĭč-
Middle Turkic: bič- (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bič-
Uighur: pič-
Sary-Yughur: pɨš-
Azerbaidzhan: bič-
Turkmen: bič-
Khakassian: pɨs-
Oyrat: bɨč-
Chuvash: pǝʷś-
Yakut: bɨs-
Dolgan: bɨs-
Tuva: bɨš-
Tofalar: bɨ'š-
Kirghiz: bič-
Kazakh: pĭš-
Bashkir: bĭs-, bɨs-
Balkar: bič-
Gagauz: bič-
Karaim: bič-
Karakalpak: piš-
Kumyk: bič-
Comments: EDT 292-293, VEWT 73, ЭСТЯ 2, 158-160, Stachowski 71. Turk. > Hung. biczak 'knife' ( Gombocz 1912).
Proto-Turkic: *bɨdɨk (*bɨdńɨk)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: moustache
Russian meaning: усы
Karakhanid: bɨδɨq (MK), bɨjɨq (IM)
Turkish: bɨjɨk
Tatar: mɨjɨq
Middle Turkic: bɨɣ, mɨɣ (Sangl.)
Uzbek: mɨjɨq (dial.)
Azerbaidzhan: bɨɣ
Turkmen: mɨjq (dial.)
Oyrat: mɨjɨq
Chuvash: mъjъx
Yakut: bɨtɨk
Dolgan: bɨtɨk
Kirghiz: mɨjɨq
Noghai: mɨjɨq
Bashkir: mɨjɨq
Balkar: mɨjɨq
Gagauz: bɨjɨq
Karaim: mɨjɨx
Karakalpak: mɨjɨq
Kumyk: mɨjɨq
Comments: VEWT 73, EDT 301, ЭСТЯ 2, 304, Лексика 223, Stachowski 71.
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