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Proto-Turkic: *boguŕ, *bokur-dak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 throat 2 Adam's apple
Russian meaning: 1 горло 2 кадык
Old Turkic: boɣuz 1 (OUygh.), boɣzɨ ́ (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: boɣoz (MK, KB) 1
Turkish: boɣaz 1, boɣurdak, boɣurtlak (dial.) 2
Tatar: buɣaz 1 (k), puɣɨrtaq (dial.), pūrtaq (dial.) 2
Middle Turkic: boɣuz (Abush., Бор. Бад.) 1, boqurdaq, boɣardaq (Sangl.) 2
Uzbek: bụɣiz 1
Uighur: boɣuz 1
Azerbaidzhan: boɣaz 1
Turkmen: boGaz 1, boqurdaq 1
Halaj: boɣaz, boɣuz, boɣɨz 1
Chuvash: pɨr 1
Yakut: buosax 1
Tuva: boos (bosqu)
Tofalar: boos (boqsu)
Kirghiz: boɣos 'place where two rivers meet' (South.)
Kazakh: buɣaz, buɣɨz 'shaft-bed in a shovel' (dial.)
Noghai: boɣaz 'double chin; channel, strait', boɣɨrdaq 1
Bashkir: boɣaδ 1, boɣarδaq 'trachea'
Balkar: boqqur 2, boɣurdaq 2
Gagauz: buwaz 1
Karaim: boɣoz, boɣaz 1
Karakalpak: buwaz-aq 'glass for a kerosene lamp'
Salar: poɣtaχ, poχtaχ 1
Kumyk: boɣaz 'channel, strait'
Comments: VEWT 78, TMN 2, 344, ЭСТЯ 2, 167-168, 184, Лексика 230-231. The derivative *bokur-dak consistently displays reflexes of voiceless *-k-; it is present also in some reflexes of *boguŕ (Kirgh. boɣos, Kaz. buɣaz, Nogh. boɣaz, Bashk. boɣaδ, Kum. boɣaz) - all probably under the influence of *bokak 'crop, craw' (v. sub *pŭ́k`a).
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