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Proto-Turkic: *aglak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 lonely, uninhabited (place) 2 unemployed, out of work 3 field
Russian meaning: 1 незаселенное место 2 безработный, лишенный службы 3 поле, степь
Old Turkic: aɣlaq 1 (OUygh. - Buddh.)
Karakhanid: aɣlaq 1 (MK), aɣla-ju 1 (MK; deverb. from *aɣla- 'to be deserted' (unattested)), aɣla-t- (MK) 'to send away (people)'
Turkish: aylak 2; aɣlak (dial.) 1
Tatar: awlaq 1
Khakassian: aɣlax 1
Chuvash: ulax 1
Kirghiz: ōlaq 1
Kazakh: awlaq 1
Noghai: awlaq 1
Bashkir: awlaq 1
Balkar: awlaq 1
Gagauz: ajlaq, hajlaq 2
Karaim: awlaq 1
Karakalpak: awlaq 1
Kumyk: awlaq 3
Comments: EDT 84, 85, VEWT 8, ЭСТЯ 1, 64. Turk. > WMong. aɣlaq, aɣlaɣa id. (KW 3, Щербак 1997, 95). Tends to contaminate with *āb-lag 'hunting lands'.
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