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Proto-Turkic: *jān
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: side
Russian meaning: сторона
Old Turkic: jan (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jan (MK)
Turkish: jan
Tatar: jan
Middle Turkic: jan (Bor. Bad, Abush.)
Uighur: jan
Sary-Yughur: jan
Azerbaidzhan: jan
Turkmen: jān
Khakassian: nan, čan
Shor: čan
Oyrat: jan, d́an
Halaj: jān
Chuvash: śom
Tuva: čan
Kirghiz: ǯan
Kazakh: žan
Noghai: jan
Bashkir: jan
Balkar: ǯan, žan, zan
Gagauz: jan
Karaim: jan
Karakalpak: žan
Salar: jan
Kumyk: jan
Comments: VEWT 184, EDT 940, ЭСТЯ 4, 113, 118-119, TMN 4, 120, Федотов 2, 135. The word has an anatomical meaning ('hip') in old sources, but the meaning 'side' is also attested and must be more archaic, to judge from external evidence; the more abstract meaning in Chuvash ('vicinity') also supports 'side' as the original meaning.
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