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Proto-Turkic: *ēnčü
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 fief, land and vassals presented by the ruler 2 gift, dowry
Russian meaning: 1 владение, земля и челядь, пожалованные начальником 2 подарок, приданое
Old Turkic: inčü (/anču) 1 (OUygh.)
Tatar: inče 2
Middle Turkic: enčü 1 (Abush. 82)
Uzbek: inǯu 1
Uighur: änči 1 (dial.)
Turkmen: īnǯi 2
Khakassian: inǯi 2
Oyrat: enči 1, 2
Yakut: enńie 2
Kirghiz: enči 1, 2
Kazakh: enši 2
Bashkir: inse 2
Balkar: enči `own'
Karakalpak: enši 2
Kumyk: enči-li 'own'
Comments: VEWT 44, EDT 173, ЭСТЯ 1, 361-362, Лексика 347-348, Дыбо 1997. Turk. > MMong. enčü, WMong. inǯe, Kalm. inǯǝ (KW 208, 296). Mong. inǯe 'dowry' may be in fact a word of different (Chinese) origin, see Haenisch 82, TMN 2, 224, EDT ibid., and modern Turkic forms may reflect a confusion of the original form and the later mongolism.
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