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Proto-Turkic: *jelpi- / *jalpɨ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to flap, winnow 2 to shake, sway 3 fan
Russian meaning: 1 махать, веять 2 трясти, качать 3 веер, опахало
Karakhanid: jelpit- 1 (caus.) (MK)
Turkish: jelpaze 3
Tatar: ǯilpe- 1
Middle Turkic: jelpi- (Sangl.)
Uzbek: jelpi- 1
Uighur: jälpü- 1
Azerbaidzhan: jelpik 3
Turkmen: jelpe- 1
Khakassian: čelbe-, čalbra- 2
Oyrat: jelbi-, d́elbi- 1, jalbra- 2
Yakut: salbɨrā- 2
Tuva: čelbi-, čelwi- 1
Kirghiz: ǯelpi-, ǯelbire- 1
Kazakh: želpi- 1
Noghai: jelpi- 1
Bashkir: jelpe- 1
Karaim: jelpi- 1
Karakalpak: želpi- 1
Kumyk: jelpi- 1
Comments: EDT 920, VEWT 182, 196, ЭСТЯ 4, 182. Derivation from *jel 'wind' is highly improbable (at the most we can speak of a secondary contamination of roots).
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