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Proto-Turkic: *ăčaj / *ĕčej
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 old man or woman 2 mother 3 grandmother 4 sister (of woman) 5 mother (if the grandmother is still alive) 5 mother (addr. to an elder woman) 6 aunt, sister of father 7 elder brother 8 uncle 9 ancestor 10 Father! (to the God) 11 old man, elder man 12 husband 13 younger brother of father's father 14 grandfather 15 father
Russian meaning: 1 старый мужчина или женщина 2 мать 3 бабушка 4 сестра (женщины) 5 мать (при живой бабушке) 5 мать (обр. к пожилой женщине) 6 тетя, сестра отца 7 старший брат 8 дядя 9 предок 10 Отче! (обр. к Богу) 11 старик, пожилой человек 12 муж 13 младший брат деда 14 дед 15 отец
Old Turkic: eči 7, 8 (Orkh.), ečü 9 (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: eči 1 (MK), ečü 10 (KB)
Turkish: aǯu (dial.), eǯe 11
Tatar: aǯa, aǯi, ɛǯi 5 (dial., ТТДС 22, 551), azɨj, ɛzi 11, 15 (dial., ТТДС 23, 540)
Uzbek: ɔča, ača 2, 3
Uighur: ača 6
Sary-Yughur: ačɨ 4, ača 12, 15
Khakassian: aǯa 7, 8
Shor: ača 7, 8
Oyrat: Leb. aǯɨ, aǯa 7, ača 13
Chuvash: aźa 15
Yakut: ehe 14
Dolgan: ehe 14
Tuva: ača 15
Tofalar: aš'a, aǯa 7, 15
Kirghiz: ačaj 5, aǯa 11
Bashkir: äsä 2
Kumyk: aǯaj 5, ečiw 6
Comments: VEWT 35, ЭСТЯ 1, 231-235, TMN 2, 15, Егоров 35, Лексика 299, Clark 1977, 128, Stachowski 43. Shortness is suggested by pharyngealization in Tofalar, so the variants with -ǯ- are probably due to expressive gemination (*aččV / *eččV).
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