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Proto-Turkic: *čol-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 crippled 2 to deteriorate, dwindle 3 defect 4 short-statured
Russian meaning: 1 калека (с дефектной рукой) 2 убывать, иссякать 3 порок, изъян 4 куцый, короткий
Old Turkic: čoluq (OUygh.) 1, čol- 2, čolmaq 3 (OUygh. late - Suv.)
Karakhanid: čoluq (MK) 1; čolquj 'worn (of a sole), crippled (of an arm, hand)' (MK)
Turkish: čolak; čolpa 'unskilful, awkward'
Tatar: čulaq
Middle Turkic: čolaq (Sangl.)
Uzbek: čọlɔq 'handless, lame', čọltɔq 4; 'bungler, unskilled person'
Uighur: čolaq 1, 4
Azerbaidzhan: čolaG 1
Turkmen: čolaq 1
Oyrat: čoltuq 4
Halaj: čolaq 'handless, lame'
Tuva: šoluq 'sensitive, huffish'
Kirghiz: čolu- 'to pull out, pick out', čolǯuj- 'become curved, warp', čoloj- 'become short, limbless', čoloq 1, 4
Kazakh: šolaq 4, šoltɨj- 'to shorten'
Noghai: šolaq 1; šoltaŋ-la- 'to move aside angrily'
Bashkir: sulaq 1
Balkar: čolaq 1
Gagauz: čolaq 1
Karaim: čolaq (K) 1
Karakalpak: šolaq 1, 4
Kumyk: čolaq 1
Comments: EDT 419-420, VEWT 115, TMN 3, 89, Дыбо 152. Turk. > Mong. čolaq (Щербак 1997, 113). The existing forms are derived from a verb *čol- 'become defective' (cf. the attested OUygh. čol- and forms like Kirgh. čolu-).
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