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Proto-Turkic: *bɨkɨn
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thigh
Russian meaning: бедро
Old Turkic: bɨqɨn 'hip' (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bɨqɨn 'hip, flank' (MK)
Turkish: bɨkɨn (dial.)
Tatar: bɨɣɨn (Sib.)
Middle Turkic: bɨqɨn 'hip, flank' (Sangl.)
Uzbek: biqin
Uighur: biqin
Turkmen: bɨqɨn
Khakassian: pɨxtɨ
Oyrat: bɨqɨn, mɨqɨn
Tuva: bɨɣɨn
Kirghiz: mɨqɨn
Kazakh: mɨqɨn
Bashkir: bɨɣɨm
Balkar: bɨɣɨn
Comments: EDT 316, VEWT 73, TMN 2, 301, ЭСТЯ 2, 304-305, Лексика 280. The Khak. form is a rebuilt posessive form.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨldur- (*buldɨr-)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a bird smaller than a grey partridge, quail
Russian meaning: рыжая куропатка, степной рябчик
Turkish: bɨldɨrǯɨn
Middle Turkic: bɨldɨrčɨn (Sangl., Houts., Bulgat)
Uzbek: bulduriq 'Steppenhuhn'
Azerbaidzhan: bɨldɨrčɨn (dial.)
Chuvash: pъʷldъʷrǯan (dial.)
Yakut: bɨlǯɨrɨt, bɨllɨrɨt 'snipe'
Kirghiz: bulduruq
Kazakh: buldɨrɨq
Karakalpak: buldɨrɨq
Comments: EDT 309, TMN 2, 312, VEWT 73-74, ЭСТЯ 2, 305-306, Лексика 173. Turk. > Russ. Siber. buld'ur'uk (Аникин 140).
Proto-Turkic: *bɨldur (/*buldɨr)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: past time, last year
Russian meaning: прошлое, прошлый год
Karakhanid: bɨldɨr (MK)
Tatar: bɨltɨr
Middle Turkic: bɨltɨr (AH), bɨlɨr (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bultɨr
Uighur: bultu(r)
Sary-Yughur: pɨtɨr
Azerbaidzhan: bildir
Turkmen: bildir
Khakassian: pɨltɨr
Yakut: bɨlɨr
Dolgan: bɨlɨr
Kirghiz: bɨltɨr
Kazakh: bɨltɨr
Bashkir: bɨltɨr
Balkar: bɨltɨr
Gagauz: bɨldɨr
Karaim: bɨltɨr
Karakalpak: bɨltɨr
Kumyk: bɨltɨr
Comments: EDT 334, VEWT 74, ЭСТЯ 2, 139-140, Лексика 71, Stachowski 70.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨńan
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of grass
Russian meaning: солодка, лебеда
Turkish: bojan, mejan
Tatar: dial. mɨja
Middle Turkic: bijan, CCum. bujan
Uzbek: mija
Uighur: buja
Azerbaidzhan: bijan
Turkmen: bujan
Chuvash: mъjan
Kirghiz: mɨja
Kazakh: mɨja
Noghai: mɨja
Karakalpak: bojan
Kumyk: mija
Comments: Егоров 131. Turk. > Kalm. bujā 'лебеда', Russ. Siber. bojalɨč 'солянка древовидная' Аникин 125.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨńĺ(ɨk)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: cat
Russian meaning: кошка
Karakhanid: müš (MK)
Turkish: pɨšɨk (dial.), pisi
Tatar: pesi, dial. mɨšɨq
Middle Turkic: pišik, mušuq (Pav. C., Abush., MA)
Uzbek: mušuk
Uighur: möšük
Sary-Yughur: miš, mišik
Azerbaidzhan: pišik
Turkmen: pišik
Oyrat: mɨžɨq
Halaj: pušuq
Kirghiz: mɨšɨq
Kazakh: mɨsɨq
Noghai: mɨsɨq
Bashkir: bisäj
Karakalpak: pɨšɨq
Salar: mišix
Kumyk: mišik, bišew
Comments: VEWT 337, EDT 772, ЭСТЯ 7. Cf., however, OUygh. mɨšqɨč < Sogd. mwškyšč id. Tur. pisi, Tat. pesi are expressive calling forms, which may explain their irregularity (medial -s-).
Proto-Turkic: *bɨŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: thousand
Russian meaning: тысяча
Old Turkic: bɨŋ, biŋ (Orkh., OUygh.), miŋ(OUygh.)
Karakhanid: miŋ (MK, KB)
Turkish: bin
Tatar: meŋ
Middle Turkic: miŋ (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: miŋ
Uighur: miŋ
Sary-Yughur: meŋ
Azerbaidzhan: min
Turkmen: müŋ
Khakassian: muŋ
Shor: muŋ
Oyrat: muŋ
Halaj: miŋ
Chuvash: pin
Yakut: muŋ
Tuva: muŋ
Kirghiz: miŋ
Kazakh: mɨŋ
Noghai: miŋ, mɨŋ
Bashkir: meŋ
Balkar: miŋ
Gagauz: bin
Karaim: min
Karakalpak: mɨŋ
Salar: miŋ
Kumyk: miŋ
Comments: VEWT 76, MNT 4, 1742, EDT 347-347, Лексика 574. Cannot be < Chin. (see Clauson 1964, 24-25).
Proto-Turkic: *bɨŋɨt (~-ń-,-d)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: Salmo lenoc
Russian meaning: ленок
Khakassian: mind-ǝr 'burbot'
Yakut: bɨjɨt
Tuva: mɨjɨt
Tofalar: miit
Comments: VEWT 336, Лексика 177.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨrak-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to let, to abandon 2 to send 3 to throw
Russian meaning: 1 бросать 2 покидать 3 посылать
Karakhanid: bɨraq-, bɨraɣ- (IM) 1
Turkish: bɨrak- 1
Middle Turkic: bɨraq- (Pav. C.), (OKypch.) 1
Azerbaidzhan: burax- 1, 2
Shor: purqa- (R) 3
Oyrat: bɨrk-ɨra- 'to scatter, become scattered'
Chuvash: pъʷrax- 1, 3
Yakut: bɨrax- 1, 3
Dolgan: bɨrak- 1, 3
Bashkir: bɨraq-tɨr- 'to throw out'
Karaim: bɨraq- (K) 1, 3
Kumyk: burax- (dial.) 2
Comments: VEWT 74, ЭСТЯ 2, 307-308, Егоров 148, Федотов I 399-400, Stachowski 71.
Proto-Turkic: *bɨt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: louse
Russian meaning: вошь
Old Turkic: bit (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bit (MK)
Turkish: bit
Tatar: bet
Middle Turkic: bit (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bit
Uighur: pit
Sary-Yughur: bɨšt
Azerbaidzhan: bit
Turkmen: bit
Khakassian: pǝt
Shor: pit
Oyrat: bijt
Halaj: bit
Chuvash: pɨjdъ
Yakut: bɨt
Tuva: bɨ't
Tofalar: bɨ't
Kirghiz: bit
Kazakh: bi_t
Noghai: bijt
Bashkir: bet
Balkar: bit
Gagauz: bit́
Karaim: bit
Karakalpak: bijt
Salar: bišt
Kumyk: bit
Comments: VEWT 76, EDT 296, ЭСТЯ 2, 151-152, Лексика 182.
Proto-Turkic: *bod
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 body, stature 2 self 3 kin, tribe 4 counter for persons 5 length
Russian meaning: 1 тело, стан, рост 2 сам 3 род 4 сч. слово для лиц 5 длина
Old Turkic: bod 1, 2, 4 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bod 1 (MK, KB), boj 3 (MK - Oghuz), bod 4 (KB)
Turkish: boj 1
Tatar: buj 5
Middle Turkic: boj 1 (Sangl., MA, Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bọj 1, 5
Uighur: boj 1, 5
Sary-Yughur: poz 1, 4
Azerbaidzhan: boj 1
Turkmen: boj 1
Khakassian: pos 2
Shor: pozu 2
Oyrat: boj 2, 5
Halaj: bod 1
Chuvash: 1, 5
Tuva: bot 2
Kirghiz: boj 1, 2, 5
Kazakh: boj 1, 2, 5
Noghai: boj 1, 5
Bashkir: buj 1, 5
Balkar: boj 1, 5
Gagauz: boj 1, 5
Karaim: boj 1, 2, 5
Karakalpak: boj 1, 2, 5
Salar: bojaɣɨr (< bojɨ agɨr) 'pregnant' (ССЯ)
Kumyk: boj 1, 2, 5
Comments: EDT 296-297, VEWT 77, TMN 2, 358-361, ЭСТЯ 2, 176-178, Лексика 265.
Proto-Turkic: *bodo-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to paint, dye 2 dye
Russian meaning: 1 красить 2 краска
Old Turkic: boduɣ 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: boδo- (MK) 1, boδoɣ (MK) 2
Turkish: boja- 1, boja 2
Tatar: buja- 1, bujaw 2
Middle Turkic: boja- (Abush., Sangl.) 1, bojaɣ/q 2 (Sangl.)
Uzbek: bụja- 1, bụjɔq 2
Uighur: boju-/a- 1, bojaq 2
Azerbaidzhan: boja- 1, boja, bojaG 2
Turkmen: boja- 1, boja, bojaG 2
Oyrat: pojo- 1 (ГАЯ), poju- (dial. - Баск. Кум.)
Halaj: boda- 1, bodaɣ 2
Chuvash: pǝʷve- 1
Yakut: butuj- 1, butuk 2
Tuva: budu- 1, buduq 2
Kirghiz: bojo- 1, bojoq 2
Kazakh: boja- 1, bojau 2
Noghai: boja- 1, bojaq 2
Bashkir: buja- 1, harɨ bujaq 'серпуха' (a dying plant)
Balkar: boja- 1, bojaw 2
Gagauz: boja- 1, boja 2
Karaim: boja- 1, boja 2
Karakalpak: boja- 1, bojaq 2
Salar: bojaχ 2 (Kakuk)
Kumyk: boja- 1, bojaw 2
Comments: EDT 300, VEWT 77, ЭСТЯ 2, 178-179, Егоров 155. Despite EDT, Tel. bodu- is a Mongolian loanword. Chuv. -v- instead of *-r- is not quite clear here (perhaps it is a trace of the archaic *-gd-cluster?).
Proto-Turkic: *bod-tak
Meaning: young lamb
Russian meaning: 1 ягненок 2 холостой
Tatar: bujdak 2 (bäti барашек < Chuv.?)
Middle Turkic: bojdaɣ (R) 1 молодой баран 2 холостой
Uzbek: bọjdɔq 2
Uighur: bojdaq 2
Shor: postaŋ, postuɣ 2
Oyrat: bojdoŋ 2
Chuvash: pod'ak, dial. putǝ 1, козленок **AD
Tuva: bottaŋ 2
Kirghiz: bojdok 2
Kazakh: bojdaq 1 (валух старше одного года; яловый), 2
Noghai: bojdak 2
Bashkir: bujzaq 2
Karaim: bojdax 2, 'молодой человек'
Karakalpak: bojdaq 1 (валух старше одного года), 2
Kumyk: bojdaq 2
Comments: See VEWT 77-8, Федотов 1 455 **AD. Turk. > Kalm. bojdǝg (KW 49), Khalkha, Bur. bojtog 'fur boots'. Shor postaŋ seems to point to *bod-tak, but this is probably a secondary influence of *bod > pos (the roots are different anyway, being distinguished not only by *-j- *-d-, but also by vowel length). **AD Откуда долгота? Нет никаких оснований. Семантика производящего *boδ - рост, тело, сам, одинокий, холостой, у производного - холостой, молодой баран (в ч-ти шор. postaŋ, postuɣ, саг. postaŋ 'холостой').
Proto-Turkic: *bodu-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to fasten (with a nail, arrow) 2 to be fastened, attached 3 wooden nail in camel's nose for fastening the tether 4 nail
Russian meaning: 1 прикреплять, прибивать (гвоздем, стрелой) 2 быть прикрепленным 3 деревянный гвоздик в носовой перегородке верблюда для прикрепления привязи 4 гвоздь
Old Turkic: bodu- 1 (OUygh.), bodul- 2, budlu 3 (OUygh. - YB)
Karakhanid: bodu- 1 (MK), butlu ( = budlu) 3 (MK)
Turkish: pojra 'wheel hob', dial. bujru, bujlu
Middle Turkic: bujla (MA) 3
Uighur: bujla 3
Turkmen: büjli 3
Khakassian: pozɨɣ 4
Shor: pozuɣ 4
Kirghiz: bujla 3
Kazakh: bujda 3
Noghai: bojɨsqan (< *bodɨ-š-kan) 'woollen lead for fastening calves during milking'
Bashkir: bujlɨq 'a bridle detail, суголовник'
Karakalpak: bujda 3
Comments: EDT 300, 304, 305, ЭСТЯ 2, 287. The original meaning of the root is clearly 'to fasten, attach'. The -u-vowel in the name of camel harness may be a result of borrowing in Karakh. from a Kypchak-type dialect, with further dispersion from Karakh. Тurk. bujla > Mong. bujla 'id.' > Tuva bujla.
Proto-Turkic: *bodun
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: people
Russian meaning: народ
Old Turkic: bodun (OUygh., Orkh,)
Karakhanid: boδun (MK)
Comments: EDT 306, TMN 2, 812, Лексика 316.
Proto-Turkic: *bog-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to tie up 2 to strangle 3 to hinder 4 bundle
Russian meaning: 1 завязывать 2 душить 3 препятствовать
Old Turkic: boɣ- 2, boɣ 4 (MK)
Karakhanid: boɣ- 2, boɣ 4 (MK)
Turkish: bō- 2, dial. boɣ 4, boɣa- 1
Tatar: bu- 2
Middle Turkic: boɣ- 2, boɣ 4 (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bọɣ- 1, 2
Uighur: boɣ- 2
Sary-Yughur: poɣ- 1, 2
Azerbaidzhan: boɣ- 1, 2
Turkmen: boɣ- 1, 2
Khakassian: poɣ- 1, 2
Oyrat: pō-, po-, bū-, pu- 1, 2
Chuvash: pъv- 2
Yakut: buoj- 3
Dolgan: buoj- 3 ('to pacify, appease')
Tuva: boɣ- 1, 2
Kirghiz: bū- 1, 2
Kazakh: bu- 2
Noghai: buw- 2
Bashkir: bɨw- 2
Balkar: buw- 1, 2
Gagauz: bū- 2
Karaim: boɣ- 2
Karakalpak: buw- 1, 2
Kumyk: buw- 2
Comments: EDT 311, VEWT 78, ЭСТЯ 2, 164-167, Stachowski 66.
Proto-Turkic: *bogaŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pregnant (of animals)
Russian meaning: беременная (о животных)
Tatar: buwaz
Middle Turkic: (töl) boɣaz (Oghuz-nama); boɣaz, boɣuz (MA)
Uzbek: bụɣɔz
Uighur: boɣaz
Azerbaidzhan: boɣaz (dial.)
Turkmen: boɣaz
Khakassian: pōs
Oyrat: poos
Halaj: poos
Yakut: buos
Dolgan: buos
Tuva: boos
Kirghiz: booz
Kazakh: buwaz
Noghai: buwaz
Bashkir: bɨwaδ
Balkar: buwaz
Karakalpak: buwaz
Kumyk: buwaz
Comments: VEWT 78, ЭСТЯ 2, 169, Stachowski 67. Turk. > WMong. boɣus, Kalm. bōs (KW 54), Dag. bōs (Тод. Даг. 127), see Clark 1980, 39.
Proto-Turkic: *bogum
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: joint
Russian meaning: сустав
Karakhanid: boɣɨm, boɣun (MK)
Turkish: boɣun, boɣum
Tatar: buwɨn
Middle Turkic: boɣun (Sangl., Бор. Бад., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: bụɣin
Uighur: boɣam
Turkmen: boGun
Khakassian: pun
Oyrat: mun, pūn (dial.)
Kirghiz: mūn
Kazakh: buwɨn
Noghai: buwɨn
Bashkir: bɨwɨn
Karaim: buvun
Karakalpak: buwɨn
Salar: puɣum (Kakuk)
Kumyk: bɨwɨn
Comments: EDT 316, ЭСТЯ 2, 170-171, Лексика 260, TMN 2, 348-349.
Proto-Turkic: *boguŕ, *bokur-dak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 throat 2 Adam's apple
Russian meaning: 1 горло 2 кадык
Old Turkic: boɣuz 1 (OUygh.), boɣzɨ ́ (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: boɣoz (MK, KB) 1
Turkish: boɣaz 1, boɣurdak, boɣurtlak (dial.) 2
Tatar: buɣaz 1 (k), puɣɨrtaq (dial.), pūrtaq (dial.) 2
Middle Turkic: boɣuz (Abush., Бор. Бад.) 1, boqurdaq, boɣardaq (Sangl.) 2
Uzbek: bụɣiz 1
Uighur: boɣuz 1
Azerbaidzhan: boɣaz 1
Turkmen: boGaz 1, boqurdaq 1
Halaj: boɣaz, boɣuz, boɣɨz 1
Chuvash: pɨr 1
Yakut: buosax 1
Tuva: boos (bosqu)
Tofalar: boos (boqsu)
Kirghiz: boɣos 'place where two rivers meet' (South.)
Kazakh: buɣaz, buɣɨz 'shaft-bed in a shovel' (dial.)
Noghai: boɣaz 'double chin; channel, strait', boɣɨrdaq 1
Bashkir: boɣaδ 1, boɣarδaq 'trachea'
Balkar: boqqur 2, boɣurdaq 2
Gagauz: buwaz 1
Karaim: boɣoz, boɣaz 1
Karakalpak: buwaz-aq 'glass for a kerosene lamp'
Salar: poɣtaχ, poχtaχ 1
Kumyk: boɣaz 'channel, strait'
Comments: VEWT 78, TMN 2, 344, ЭСТЯ 2, 167-168, 184, Лексика 230-231. The derivative *bokur-dak consistently displays reflexes of voiceless *-k-; it is present also in some reflexes of *boguŕ (Kirgh. boɣos, Kaz. buɣaz, Nogh. boɣaz, Bashk. boɣaδ, Kum. boɣaz) - all probably under the influence of *bokak 'crop, craw' (v. sub *pŭ́k`a).
Proto-Turkic: *boj-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be dilatory and careless 2 to rage, rough-house 3 rampant 4 to rot, spoil
Russian meaning: 1 быть неосторожным, рассеянным 2 буянить 3 буйный, ретивый 4 протухать, портиться, хиреть
Karakhanid: bojba- (MK) 1
Uzbek: bọj-la- 4
Turkmen: bojna- 2, bojnaq 3
Tuva: boj-la- 4
Kirghiz: buj-da- 'to be confused'
Bashkir: buj-la- 2
Karaim: boj-ɣɨn 'fainted'
Comments: EDT 385.
Proto-Turkic: *bok
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: dirt, dung
Russian meaning: грязь, навоз
Old Turkic: boq 'ярь' (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: boq 'mildew on bread' (MK), 'dung' (IM)
Turkish: bok
Middle Turkic: (OKypch.) boq (AH, Houts.)
Azerbaidzhan: poχ
Turkmen: boq
Khakassian: pox
Oyrat: boq
Chuvash: pъʷx
Tuva: boq
Tofalar: moq
Kirghiz: boq
Noghai: boq
Balkar: boq
Gagauz: boq
Karaim: boq
Karakalpak: boq
Comments: VEWT 79, EDT 311, ЭСТЯ 2, 183. Turk. > WMong. boɣ, Kalm. bog (KW 48-49; see TMN 2, 349, Щербак 1997, 108).
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