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Proto-Turkic: *ēn-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to go down
Russian meaning: спускаться, идти вниз
Old Turkic: en- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: en- (MK)
Turkish: in-, dial. en-
Tatar: in-, iŋ-
Middle Turkic: en- (MA, IM, Pav. C.)
Azerbaidzhan: en-
Turkmen: īn-
Khakassian: in-
Shor: en-
Oyrat: en-
Halaj: ẹ̄̂n-
Chuvash: an-
Yakut: enie
Kazakh: en-, dial. eŋ-
Noghai: en-
Bashkir: in-
Gagauz: jin-
Karaim: en-
Karakalpak: en-
Kumyk: in-
Comments: VEWT 43, ЭСТЯ 1, 353-354, Егоров 26.
Proto-Turkic: *ēn
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: breadth, width
Russian meaning: ширина
Karakhanid: en (MK, KB)
Turkish: en
Tatar:
Uzbek: en
Uighur: än
Azerbaidzhan: en
Turkmen: īn
Khakassian: in
Oyrat: en
Halaj: hän, hǟn
Chuvash: an
Yakut: ien
Dolgan: ien
Kirghiz: en
Kazakh: en
Noghai: en
Bashkir:
Balkar: en
Karaim: en
Karakalpak: en
Kumyk: en
Comments: EDT 165, VEWT 43, ЭСТЯ 1, 352, Егоров 26, Stachowski 122.
Proto-Turkic: *ēn-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to suffer 2 to be abashed, distressed 4 colic 5 to grizzle, slug 6 (birth) pains, labours 7 impatience 8 drag, disturbance 9 flaw, fault 10 obtuse, absent-minded 11 to torture, offend
Russian meaning: 1 страдать 2 растеряться, прийти в замешательство 4 колика 5 капризничать, нежиться 6 потуги, родовые схватки 7 нетерпение 8 обуза, помеха 9 упущение, промах 10 рассеянный, бестолковый 11 мучить, обижать
Old Turkic: enegü 4 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: enčik- 'to lose feelings' (MK, KB), enegü 4 (MK), enit- (AH) 2
Turkish: inǯi- 1
Tatar: intek- 1, enǯe-le- 5
Middle Turkic: entük- 1
Uzbek: entik- 1
Uighur: inǯik 6
Azerbaidzhan: inǯi- 1
Oyrat: enči 6, enčik 7
Halaj: ịnǯi- 1
Chuvash: andъx- 1, 7, anzux 'dumb, sclerotic person'
Yakut: enn'e-lik 8, enči 9
Kirghiz: ente-le- 2, entik- 'to suffer from dyspnoea', enȫ 10
Noghai: enew 4
Bashkir: intek- 1, inte- 11
Balkar: inǯi- 1
Gagauz: enǯek 'newborn'
Karaim: inǯɨt-, inčit- 11 (T)
Kumyk: inǯi- 1
Comments: EDT 174, 184, ЭСТЯ 1, 283, Егоров 29. Doerfer (Khal.) suggests Arabic origin, which is quite improbable. Vowel length is suggested by the voiced -ǯ- of the suffix in several languages.
Proto-Turkic: *ēnčü
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 fief, land and vassals presented by the ruler 2 gift, dowry
Russian meaning: 1 владение, земля и челядь, пожалованные начальником 2 подарок, приданое
Old Turkic: inčü (/anču) 1 (OUygh.)
Tatar: inče 2
Middle Turkic: enčü 1 (Abush. 82)
Uzbek: inǯu 1
Uighur: änči 1 (dial.)
Turkmen: īnǯi 2
Khakassian: inǯi 2
Oyrat: enči 1, 2
Yakut: enńie 2
Kirghiz: enči 1, 2
Kazakh: enši 2
Bashkir: inse 2
Balkar: enči `own'
Karakalpak: enši 2
Kumyk: enči-li 'own'
Comments: VEWT 44, EDT 173, ЭСТЯ 1, 361-362, Лексика 347-348, Дыбо 1997. Turk. > MMong. enčü, WMong. inǯe, Kalm. inǯǝ (KW 208, 296). Mong. inǯe 'dowry' may be in fact a word of different (Chinese) origin, see Haenisch 82, TMN 2, 224, EDT ibid., and modern Turkic forms may reflect a confusion of the original form and the later mongolism.
Proto-Turkic: *ēŋ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 cheeks 2 jaw, chin
Russian meaning: 1 щеки 2 челюсть, подбородок
Karakhanid: 1, eŋek 1, 2 (MK)
Turkish: enek 2
Tatar: ijäk 2
Middle Turkic: eŋek, enek 2 (Abush., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: engäk 2
Uighur: iŋäk 2
Sary-Yughur: iŋek 2
Azerbaidzhan: äŋ 2
Turkmen: ǟŋ 'lower jaw', eŋek 2
Khakassian: ek 2
Shor: ēk 2
Oyrat: ēk 2
Chuvash: ana 2
Yakut: 2
Kirghiz: ēk 2
Kazakh: ĭjek 2
Noghai: ijek 2
Bashkir: ĭjek 2
Karakalpak: ijek 2
Comments: EDT 166, 183, VEWT 45, ЭСТЯ 1, 284-285, Лексика 218-219, Федотов 1, 45.
Proto-Turkic: *ēŋe-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to look after smb.
Russian meaning: смотреть за кем-л.
Turkmen: ǟŋet-
Yakut: eŋej-
Kirghiz: ene- 'обращать внимание, замечать (при отр.)'
Proto-Turkic: *ẹ̄r-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to reach 2 to pass
Russian meaning: 1 достигать 2 проходить мимо
Old Turkic: er- (OUygh.) 1, er-t- (OUygh.) 2
Karakhanid: eriš- (MK) 1
Turkish: er-, dial. ēr-, ir- 1
Tatar: ireš- 1
Middle Turkic: er- (Pav. C., AH) 1, ert- (CCum.) 2
Uzbek: eriš- 1
Khakassian: irt- 2
Shor: ert- 2
Oyrat: dial. eriš- 1, ert- 2
Halaj: ẹ̄̂r- 1
Chuvash: irt- 2
Yakut: irdē- 2
Bashkir: ireš- 1
Karaim: er- 1
Karakalpak: eris- 1
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 288-289, 303, Федотов 1,172-173. Räsänen (VEWT 46) connects also PT *eriĺ- 'to contest, challenge' (ЭСТЯ 1, 293-294) - which, together with Mong. *eri- 'to seek, search' (HY ere- `to hope'), should be rather kept apart (possibly a separate PA root *erV). Turk. > Hung. ér- 'to reach', see Gombocz 1912.
Proto-Turkic: *ẹ̄r
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 early 2 early in the morning 3 tomorrow 4 (morning sun) > sunny mountain slope
Russian meaning: 1 рано 2 рано утром 3 завтра 4 (утреннее солнце) > солнечный склон горы
Old Turkic: [ir ~ er 4, er-kenin,] erte 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: erte 2 (MK)
Turkish: er, erte 2
Tatar: irtä 2
Middle Turkic: er 1 (Буд.), erte 2 (Abush., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: erta 2
Uighur: ä(r)tä 'morning'
Sary-Yughur: erte 2
Azerbaidzhan: ertä 2
Turkmen: īr 1, erte 2
Khakassian: irte 'morning'
Oyrat: erte 2
Chuvash: ir 3
Yakut: erde 1
Dolgan: erčin 1
Tuva: erte 2
Kirghiz: erte 2
Kazakh: erte 2
Noghai: erte 2
Bashkir: irtä 2
Balkar: ertte 2
Gagauz: ierte 'next day'
Karaim: erte 2
Karakalpak: erte 2
Kumyk: ertä 2
Comments: EDT 202-203, VEWT 46, ЭСТЯ 1, 302-306, 369-370, Егоров 70, Лексика 79, Stachowski 47.
Proto-Turkic: *ēr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: man
Russian meaning: мужчина
Old Turkic: er (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: er (MK, KB)
Turkish: er
Tatar: ir
Middle Turkic: er (Pav. C.)
Uighur: är
Sary-Yughur: jer
Azerbaidzhan: är 'husband'
Turkmen: ǟr
Khakassian: ir
Shor: er
Oyrat: er
Halaj: här
Chuvash: ar
Yakut: er
Dolgan: er
Tuva: er
Bashkir: ir
Balkar: er
Karaim: er
Karakalpak: er adam
Salar: er
Kumyk: er
Comments: VEWT 46, TMN 2, 178-9, EDT 192, ЭСТЯ 1, 290-291, Лексика 303, 561, Егоров 30, Stachowski 46, 128.
Proto-Turkic: *ēt-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to organize, to make
Russian meaning: устраивать, делать
Old Turkic: et- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: et- (MK)
Turkish: et-
Tatar: it-
Middle Turkic: et- (Abush., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: et-
Uighur: et-, ät-
Sary-Yughur: et-, jet-, it-
Azerbaidzhan: et-
Turkmen: īdeg 'keeping' ('присмотр'), et-
Khakassian: it-
Oyrat: et-
Chuvash: at-
Tuva: et-
Kirghiz: et-
Kazakh: et-
Noghai: et-
Bashkir: it-
Balkar: et-
Gagauz: et-
Karaim: et-
Karakalpak: et-
Kumyk: et-
Comments: EDT 36-37, ЭСТЯ 1, 312-313, Дыбо Дисс. 56, Федотов 1, 67. Shortness in Turkm. et- is no doubt secondary: cf. the derivative īdeg, and also regular intervocalic voicing -t- > -d- in all Oghuz languages (pointing to original length), see EDT ibid.
Proto-Turkic: *ētük
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: boot
Russian meaning: ботинок, сапог
Old Turkic: etük (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: etük (MK)
Turkish: edik
Tatar: itĭk
Middle Turkic: etük (Pav. C.), ötük (Бор. Бад., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: (dial.) ädik, ötik, ötük
Uighur: ötük
Turkmen: ǟdik
Khakassian: ödǝk
Oyrat: ödük
Chuvash: adъ
Yakut: eterbes
Dolgan: eterbes
Tuva: idik
Tofalar: idik
Kirghiz: ötük
Kazakh: etik
Noghai: etik
Karakalpak: etik
Salar: ītix, itix
Kumyk: etik
Comments: EDT 50, VEWT 52, ЭСТЯ 1, 319-321, Егоров 36, Лексика 479, Stachowski 48.
Proto-Turkic: *geb-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 soft, mild, gentle 2 to become weak 3 empty
Russian meaning: 1 мягкий, нежный 2 слабеть 3 пустой
Old Turkic: kevšek (OUygh.) 1, kevil- 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: kevšek (MK) 1, kevil- 2 (MK)
Turkish: gevšek 1
Middle Turkic: kewšek 1 (Pav. C.), (MKypch.) kewil- 2 (AH)
Azerbaidzhan: kövšek 1
Turkmen: gövšül 'dilapidated'
Khakassian: köpsek 1
Chuvash: kъʷbъʷš 1, kavža- 2
Yakut: köp 1
Tuva: kögžür-gej 'рыхлый, хрупкий (снег, лед)'
Kirghiz: köpšö- 2
Gagauz: kevše- 2
Comments: VEWT 244, 291, EDT 689, 691, ЭСТЯ 3, 9-10 (the root tends to contaminate either with *geb- 'chew' or with *köp 'foam').
Proto-Turkic: *gebde
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: upper part of body
Russian meaning: верхняя часть тела
Old Turkic: kövdöŋ (OUygh.)
Turkish: gövde
Tatar: gɛwdɛ (dial.)
Uzbek: gavda
Azerbaidzhan: gövdä
Turkmen: gövde, gövre
Chuvash: xevte, xǝvtü 'power'
Kirghiz: kȫdö, kȫdön
Kazakh: kewde
Noghai: kewde
Karaim: gövde
Karakalpak: gewde, kewde
Comments: EDT 688, VEWT 259, ЭСТЯ 3, 52-53, Егоров 297, Федотов 2, 339-340, Дыбо 5, Лексика 267.
Proto-Turkic: *geb-re-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to become weak, fragile 2 fragile
Russian meaning: 1 слабеть, становиться хрупким 2 хрупкий
Karakhanid: kevre- 1, kevrek 2 (MK)
Turkish: gevre- 1, gevrek 2
Tatar: köjrök 2 (КСТТ)
Uzbek: kuwrak 2
Azerbaidzhan: kövräk 2
Khakassian: kibrek 2
Chuvash: kavraj- 1
Yakut: kebirē- 1 (possibly < Mong.)
Kirghiz: küjrö- 1
Kazakh: küjrek 2
Bashkir: käwert 'a tree rotten inside'
Gagauz: gevrek 1
Comments: VEWT 244, 245, EDT 691, ЭСТЯ 3, 7-9. Turk. > Hung. kőrő 'fragile' Gombocz 1912.
Proto-Turkic: *gEbre
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 corpse 2 to die (of animals)
Russian meaning: 1 труп 2 дохнуть (о животных)
Karakhanid: kövre 'carrion' (MK)
Turkish: geber-, (dial.) gevre- 2
Azerbaidzhan: gäbär- 2
Turkmen: gövre 1
Oyrat: qavraj- 'истлевать, тлеть' (Ашм. 6, 19) (?)
Gagauz: geber- 2
Karaim: geber- 2
Comments: VEWT 244, EDT 690, ЭСТЯ 3, 36. The root is confused here with *gēp- 'to swell (of belly), become pregnant' (with which it indeed contaminates in Oghuz languages).
Proto-Turkic: *geč-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to pass, wade
Russian meaning: проходить, переходить вброд
Old Turkic: keč- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: keč- (MK, KB)
Turkish: geč-
Tatar: kič-
Middle Turkic: kéč- (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: keč-
Uighur: kä/eč-
Sary-Yughur: keš-
Azerbaidzhan: keč-
Turkmen: geč-
Khakassian: kis-
Shor: kež-ir- 'to ferry across the river'
Oyrat: keč-
Halaj: käč-
Chuvash: kaś-
Yakut: kes-
Tuva: ke'š-
Tofalar: ke'š-
Kirghiz: keč-
Noghai: keš-
Bashkir: kič-, kis-
Gagauz: geč-
Karaim: keč-
Karakalpak: keš-
Kumyk: geč-
Comments: VEWT 245, EDT 693-694, ЭСТЯ 3, 32-34, TMN 3, 584.
Proto-Turkic: *gEč-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: a k. of flower
Russian meaning: вид цветка
Turkmen: gečemǯek 'ластовень острый', gečigeči 'пастушья сумка'.
Chuvash: kъčkъ 'catkins, aglets, flower buds' ( > Mari kičke 'willow buds'?)
Kirghiz: küčük 'catkins, aglets, flower buds'
Comments: Федотов 1, 264. Not quite secure, since the root is (folk-etymologically?) contaminated either with geče 'goat' or with *gǖčük 'puppy'.
Proto-Turkic: *ged
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: back, after
Russian meaning: сзади, позади
Old Turkic: kedin (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: keδin (MK, KB)
Middle Turkic: kijin (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: kejin
Uighur: kejin, käjin
Khakassian: kizĭn
Shor: käzin
Oyrat: kijin
Chuvash: kaj
Yakut: ke-lin; ketex 'back of head'
Dolgan: ke-lin; ketek 'back of head'
Kirghiz: kijin
Kazakh: kejin
Karakalpak: kejin
Comments: EDT 704, VEWT 246-247, ЭСТЯ 5, 23-24, Stachowski 144, 146. Forms like Yak. ketex 'back of head' clearly show that the root was *ged-; the monosyllabic *ge- (observable in Yak. ke-lin and perhaps Chuv. kaj) is most probably a result of secondary reinterpretation of the stems *gedin and *gerü (the latter < PA *kèro q. v.). It is exactly this reinterpretation that allows to reconstruct *g- in PT *ged- (the root is not attested in Oghuz languages).
Proto-Turkic: *ged-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to put on
Russian meaning: надевать
Old Turkic: ked- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: keδ- (MK)
Turkish: gij-
Tatar: kij-
Middle Turkic: kej- (AH, Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: kij-
Uighur: kej-, kij-
Sary-Yughur: kez-
Azerbaidzhan: gej-
Turkmen: gej-
Khakassian: kis-
Shor: kes-
Oyrat: kij-
Halaj: käd-
Yakut: ket-
Dolgan: ket-
Tuva: ket-
Kirghiz: kij-
Kazakh: kĭj-
Noghai: kij-
Bashkir: kĭj-
Gagauz: gī-
Karaim: kij-
Karakalpak: kij-
Salar: kij-
Kumyk: gij-
Comments: EDT 700, VEWT 246, ЭСТЯ 3, 12-13, Лексика 472-473, Stachowski 146.
Proto-Turkic: *ged
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: very, extremely
Russian meaning: очень, весьма
Old Turkic: ked (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: keδ (MK, KB)
Turkish: kej (Osm.)
Azerbaidzhan: gej
Comments: EDT 700 (with a quite dubious hypothesis of borrowing < Sogd.).
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