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Proto-Turkic: *ok
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: arrow
Russian meaning: стрела
Old Turkic: oq (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: oq (MK, KB)
Turkish: ok
Tatar: uq
Middle Turkic: oq
Uzbek: ụq
Uighur: oq
Sary-Yughur: oq
Azerbaidzhan:
Turkmen: oq
Khakassian: ux
Shor: oq
Oyrat: oq
Chuvash: oɣъ
Yakut: ox
Tuva: o'q
Kirghiz: oq
Kazakh: oq
Noghai: oq
Bashkir: uq
Balkar: oq
Gagauz: oq
Karaim: oq
Karakalpak: oq
Kumyk: oq
Comments: VEWT 389, ЭСТЯ 1, 437-438, TMN 2, 153, Лексика 577, Федотов 2, 296. Cf. also Turk. *oklagu 'rolling pin' (ЭСТЯ 1, 441-442), Khal. họqlaɣo_ (derived from ok-la- 'to roll' (R 1 1000, Chag.), a denominative from ok 'wheel axle' in the Oghuz and Qarluq groups).
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