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Proto-Turkic: *bōl-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to become
Russian meaning: становиться
Old Turkic: bol- (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bol- (MK, KB)
Turkish: ol-
Tatar: bul-
Middle Turkic: bol- (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bụl-
Uighur: bo(l)-
Sary-Yughur: pol-
Azerbaidzhan: ol-
Turkmen: bol-
Khakassian: pol-
Shor: pol-
Oyrat: bol-
Halaj: ộl-
Chuvash: pol-
Yakut: buol-
Dolgan: buol-
Tuva: bol-
Kirghiz: bol-
Kazakh: bol-
Noghai: bol-
Bashkir: bul-
Balkar: bol-
Gagauz: ol-
Karaim: bol-
Karakalpak: bol-
Salar: vol-, vō-, bō- (Тен. ССЯ)
Kumyk: bol-
Comments: EDT 331-332, VEWT 79, TMN 2, 358, ЭСТЯ 2, 185-188, Федотов 1, 442, Stachowski 66. Forms with o- may represent a different root (see *ol-tur-). On the other hand, the geographical distribution of this variant matches quite closely the change *b- > v- in a number of words with grammatical function (for Haladzh cf. vīer- 'give', vāor 'there is'), so most of the forms with o- may indeed reflect *bol- > *vol- > ol-; the different root *ol- is with more certainty reflected only in Middle Uyghur (At., Tefs., IM - cf. bar, bir- in the same sources) and Middle Kypchak (Bulgat, Ettuhf., see ЭСТЯ 2, 186).

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