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Proto-Turkic: *biĺči-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to stir up, churn (milk, butter)
Russian meaning: помешивать, взбивать (молоко, масло), пахтать
Tatar: peš- (Сиб., Тумашева 180)
Uzbek: piškak 'churn pestle'
Turkmen: pišek 'churn pestle', -le- 'to churn'
Chuvash: pǝźer- 'to hit, beat'
Yakut: bis- 'to smear'
Dolgan: bis- 'to smear'
Kirghiz: bɨš- / biš-; biškek 'churn-staff for kumis'
Kazakh: pis-
Noghai: piskek 'churn-staff'
Bashkir: beše- 'to churn; to beat', beškäk 'churn-staff'
Karakalpak: pis-; piskek 'a big churn'
Comments: ЭСТЯ 2, 309-310, Stachowski 61, Ашм. X, 241-242. In a part of languages the root merges with *biĺč- "to ripen"; it differs from the latter by its original transitivity and consequent front vocalism.

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