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Proto-Turkic: *dil-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to split, cut in slices
Russian meaning: расщеплять, отрезать ломтики
Old Turkic: til- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: til- (MK)
Turkish: dil-, dil 'thin slice'
Tatar: tel-
Middle Turkic: til- (Sangl., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: til-
Uighur: til-
Azerbaidzhan: dilim 'slice'
Turkmen: dil-
Khakassian: tǝl-
Oyrat: til-
Halaj: tilim 'slice'
Chuvash: čǝl-
Tuva: dil-
Kirghiz: til-
Kazakh: til-
Noghai: til-
Bashkir: tel-
Balkar: til-
Gagauz: dil-
Karaim: dilim (K) 'slice'
Karakalpak: til-
Kumyk: til-
Comments: VEWT 480, EDT 490-491, TMN 2, 553, ЭСТЯ 3, 230-231, Егоров 322, Мудрак 76.
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