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Proto-Turkic: *botka
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gruel, porridge
Russian meaning: каша
Tatar: botqa
Middle Turkic: OKypch. butɣa (At-Tuhf.)
Uzbek: bụtqa
Uighur: botqa
Khakassian: potxɨ
Oyrat: botqo
Chuvash: pъʷdъʷ
Yakut: butuɣas
Tuva: botqa (Krg.)
Kirghiz: botqo
Kazakh: botqa
Noghai: botqa
Bashkir: butqa
Karakalpak: botqa
Comments: VEWT 82, ЭСТЯ 2, 201. There seems to have existed a deriving verb *bot- or *bod- (*but-, *bud-) 'to stir (porridge)', reflected only in Yak. butuj-.
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