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Proto-Turkic: *büt-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to heal (of a wound)
Russian meaning: заживать (о ране)
Old Turkic: büt- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: büt- (MK)
Tatar: bet-äš-
Middle Turkic: büt- (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bit-
Turkmen: bit-; bitik 'scar, cicatrice'
Khakassian: püt-
Oyrat: büt-
Yakut: büt-
Tuva: bü't-
Kirghiz: büt-
Kazakh: bit-
Noghai: bit-
Bashkir: böt-öš-
Karakalpak: pit-
Comments: EDT 299 (sub *büt- 'finish'), ЭСТЯ 2, 154-155. Cf. also Chuv. pɨtča 'гнойный лишай'.
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