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Proto-Turkic: *um-, *um-sa-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to hope for 2 to envy 3 an object of hope, desire; hope
Russian meaning: 1 надеяться 2 завидовать 3 объект надежды, желания; надежда
Old Turkic: umuɣ 3 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: um- 1, umdu 3 (MK, KB), umdu-čɨ 'beggar' (MK)
Turkish: um- 1, umsan- 1, umu 3
Tatar: omtɨ-l- 1
Middle Turkic: um-unč 3 (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: um- 1 (dial. Khorazm.), umsun- 'to experience a flow of milk in one's breast and a desire to feed a baby'
Azerbaidzhan: um- 1, umsun- 'to be disappointed', umaǯaG 3
Turkmen: ɨmtɨl- 'to wait for food'
Khakassian: umzan- 1 (Верб.)
Oyrat: umzan- 'to go in a direction', umza- 'to make smb. to go in a direction'
Chuvash: ъʷmza- 2
Yakut: umsu-gu-j- 'to become keen on, addicted', umnahɨt (*umdačɨt) 'beggar'
Kirghiz: umu- 1, umsun- 1, umtul- 'to strive'
Kazakh: umtɨ- 'to dart, lunge'
Noghai: ɨmtɨ- 'to dart, lunge'
Gagauz: um- 1,
Karaim: um- 1, umsun- 1
Karakalpak: umɨt-, ɨmtɨl- 'to strive'
Comments: EDT 155-156, 157, 158; VEWT 513, ЭСТЯ 1, 595-596. Some derivatives tend to merge with Pers. umīd 'hope' (whence certainly Turkm. umɨ̄t, Gag., Karaim, Kum. umut id.) Not quite clear is the relation of this root to the verb ɨntɨ- 'to yearn', Chuv. ъnDъ- (ЭСТЯ I 653-654).

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