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Proto-Turkic: *bẹlek
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: gift
Russian meaning: подарок
Old Turkic: belek (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: belek (MK)
Turkish: belek (dial.)
Tatar: büläk
Middle Turkic: belek (Sangl.)
Uighur: bäläk (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: pelek (ЯЖУ)
Oyrat: belek
Halaj: pelek
Chuvash: pil 'blessing'
Yakut: belex
Dolgan: belek
Tuva: belek
Kirghiz: belek
Bashkir: büläk
Karaim: belek 'приплод'
Comments: VEWT 69, TMN 2, 413, EDT 338, ЭСТЯ 2, 112-113, Дыбо 1997, 78-79, Лексика 348-349, Stachowski 57. In Егоров 160, Федотов 1, 431 the Chuv. form is regarded as a variant of pexil 'blessing' ( < Pers.), which is insecure phonetically. Derivation from bele'swaddle' (Clark 1977, 132) is highly dubious. The labialized vowel in Bashk., Tat. is a result of contamination with *bölek 'part'. Turk. > WMong. beleg, Kalm. belǝg (KW 41; TMN ibid., Щербак 1997, 104), whence Evk. belek etc., see Doerfer MT 141 (but Аникин 127 regards Evk. belek as borrowed < Yak.).
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