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Proto-Mongolian: *bök-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 hump 2 to bend (tr.) 3 to bend, bow, incline 4 humpbacked
Russian meaning: 1 горб 2 гнуть 3 сгибаться, наклоняться, кланяться 4 горбатый
Written Mongolian: böke 1, bökeji-, böküi- (L 126, 127) 2
Middle Mongolian: bokotur, bogotur (SH), bukä-tu (MA) 4
Khalkha: böx(ön) 1, bögtör 4
Buriat: büxe(n) 1, bükti-, bügdi- 3
Kalmuck: bökṇ 1
Ordos: bökö 1, bögötör 4
Dagur: bug 1 (Тод. Даг. 128), (MGCD) buēktuē, buku
Shary-Yoghur: bögön 1
Monguor: pugī-, bukī- (Huzu) 3
Mogol: ZM bökkän 'the hump of a camel'
Comments: KW 55, MGCD 161, 162, 181. Mong. > Oyr. bökö- 'bend (tr.)', Yak bököj- 'bow, bend' (intr.), Kirgh. bök- 'припасть к земле, опуститься на колени (о верблюдице, для случки)'.
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