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Proto-Turkic: *K(i)aŋ-(ɨr)-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 nose 2 to snuffle 3 beak, snout 4 parched nose (phras.) 5 nose bridge
Russian meaning: 1 нос 2 гнусавить 3 клюв, морда 4 пересохший (о носе) 5 переносица
Karakhanid: qaŋraq `palate' (MK - ДТС)
Sary-Yughur: qaŋrɨq, qãrq 1
Turkmen: Gaŋšɨravuq 'nasal cavity', Goŋursa- 'to reek'
Oyrat: qaŋɨrɨq (Tel.) (R II, 82); qoŋɨr 5 (R II 521), Tel. (Верб.)
Yakut: xaŋɨnaj- 2; xoŋurū, xaŋɨrɨ̄ 5 (Пек.)
Tuva: xāj 3, xā̃š 'nasal', qoŋzaŋ 'crook-nosed'
Tofalar: xāj 1, 3
Kirghiz: qaŋɨrɨq 4, qoŋursu- 'to reek'
Bashkir: qaŋɣɨrɨq (dial.) 'hard palate'
Comments: The root is no doubt archaic, although not widely attested. On its modern reflexes see VEWT 232, Лексика 215-216 (some of the listed forms are < Mong., but certainly not all.), ЭСТЯ 6, 66.
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