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Proto-Turkic: *Ăŋ(k)ɨt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wild duck
Russian meaning: дикая утка
Old Turkic: aŋɨt (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: aŋɨt (MK)
Turkish: angut 'огарь', ankɨt (dial.)
Middle Turkic: anqud (Sngl)
Uzbek: anɣirt 'red duck'
Sary-Yughur: aŋɨt
Azerbaidzhan: anGut-boGaz 'длинношеий'
Turkmen: aŋk 'red duck'
Khakassian: āt
Karaim: anqɨt, ankit 'ostrich, vulture, dragon'
Kumyk: haŋqut
Comments: VEWT 21, Лексика 172. Doerfer's (TMN 2, 129) PT *aŋgɨrt is a quite artificial construct: it is based on occasional modern forms (like Uzb. aŋɣirt) which reflect a contamination of *aŋɨt and the borrowed Mong. aŋɣɨr (with the influence of aŋgɨrt 'careless'). All old sources (see EDT 176) reflect only *aŋɨt. (Yak. ńɨntāla 'горбоносый турпан' (Пек.), despite VEWT, < Evk. niltalbuki 'a black duck with white head, from nilta- 'to loose hair', lit. 'bald bird' ТМС I 593; annɨ, andɨ < TM *andi; anńa, anńarɨjar dial. 'a k. of sea bird, морянка' (ДСЯЯ 48) < Mong. aŋgir).

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