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Proto-Turkic: *čɨgɨr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to stamp, ram (ground) 2 stamped snow 3 boundary, limit 4 small path
Russian meaning: 1 топтать, утаптывать (землю) 2 утоптанный снег 3 граница 4 узкая тропа
Karakhanid: čɨɣru- 1, čɨɣɨr 4 (MK)
Turkish: čɨɣɨr 4, 'coomb, trace of an avalanche'
Tatar: čɨɣɨr 3
Middle Turkic: čɨɣɨr 'thawed spot' (Sangl.), 'snow stamped by strong wind' (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: čijir 'trace'
Uighur: čiɣir jol 4
Turkmen: čɨGɨr 3
Halaj: čɨɣɨr 'bad road'
Tuva: šɨ̄r 2
Tofalar: šɨ̄r 'spot on snow or ground with many tracks'
Kirghiz: čɨjɨr, čijir 4
Kazakh: šɨjɨr 'stamped'
Balkar: čɨjɨr-t- 'to stamp snow, grass'
Comments: VEWT 95, 107, EDT 409, 410. Cf. perhaps also PT *čig- 'to draw a line' (VEWT 110). Turk. > Mong. Khalkha čijr 'stamped road', Kalm. čīr 'eaten and stamped grass' (KW 443).
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