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Proto-Turkic: *bukagu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fetters, chain, string
Russian meaning: путы, цепь, веревка
Old Turkic: buqaɣu (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: buqaɣu (MK)
Turkish: bukaɣɨ
Tatar: boɣaw
Middle Turkic: buqaɣu, buqaw (Sangl., MA)
Uzbek: bụɣɔw
Azerbaidzhan: buxov
Turkmen: buqaw
Chuvash: pъʷɣav 'iron manacles'
Yakut: bakājɨ (?)
Kirghiz: boɣoo
Kazakh: buɣaw
Noghai: buɣaw
Bashkir: bɨɣaw
Balkar: buɣow
Gagauz: buqaa, bɨqaa
Karaim: buqov, buɣuw
Karakalpak: buɣaw
Kumyk: buɣaw
Comments: EDT 314, VEWT 87, ЭСТЯ 2, 248-250, Егоров 152, TMN 2, 277-278. Turk. > Mong., cf. MMong. buxa'u (SH) id., see TMN ibid., Щербак 1997, 108. Yak. bakāji with irregular -a- and -k- may reflect some interdialectal loan. Turk. > Hung. békó (Gombocz 1912).
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