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Proto-Turkic: *būĺ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to be bad-tempered, irritable
Russian meaning: быть раздражительным, иметь плохой характер, сердиться, возбуждаться
Old Turkic: buš- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: buš- (MK, KB)
Tatar: poš-
Middle Turkic: buš- (Abush., Sangl.)
Uighur: puš-
Turkmen: būš-la- 'to be the first to communicate good news'
Khakassian: puzux- 'to be sad', puzu-r-a- 'to be inflamed'
Chuvash: pъžъ-r-ɣan- 'to be anxious, sad'
Tuva: bužurɣan- 'to be anxious, angry'
Kirghiz: bɨš-
Bashkir: boš-
Balkar: bušuw 'sadness'
Gagauz: būš-
Karaim: bušurɣan- 'to argue, be disgusted'
Kumyk: buš-
Comments: VEWT 90, EDT 377, ЭСТЯ 2, 284-285, Мудрак Дисс. 96, Егоров 152, Федотов 1, 410. The devoicing in a number of Kypch. languages may be caused by the influence of a Persian loan pušman, pušajman 'remorse, regret' (Гаффаров 1, 97).
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