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Proto-Turkic: *sakɨŕ / *sagɨŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gum, resin
Russian meaning: смола, мастика
Karakhanid: saɣɨz, saqɨz (MK)
Turkish: sakɨz
Tatar: saɣɨz
Middle Turkic: saqɨz (IM, Pav. C.)
Uzbek: saɣiz
Uighur: seɣiz
Azerbaidzhan: saɣɣɨz
Turkmen: saqɨz
Khakassian: sās
Oyrat: saŋɨs
Chuvash: soɣъr
Yakut: ɨas
Dolgan: ɨas
Tuva: sāt
Kirghiz: saɣɨz
Kazakh: saɣɨz
Noghai: saɣɨz
Bashkir: haɣɨz
Gagauz: saqɨz
Karaim: saqɨz
Karakalpak: saɣɨz
Kumyk: saɣɨz
Comments: EDT 817-818, VEWT 396, Лексика 117-118, ЭСТЯ 7, Федотов 2, 70, Stachowski 258. Cf. also *sakɨŕ 'clay' (Лексика 375, ЭСТЯ 7 ibid.). MK glosses saɣɨz as 'gum, resin', and saqɨz as 'any viscous substance', so a merger of two original roots is not excluded.
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