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Proto-Turkic: *jẹbi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to become wet, soak
Russian meaning: мокнуть
Karakhanid: jebe 'dampness' (MK)
Tatar: ǯebe-
Uzbek: ivi-
Uighur: ivi-
Shor: čibi-
Oyrat: d́ibi-
Chuvash: śǝʷve 'whey'
Yakut: sibīn- 'fresh'
Kirghiz: ǯibi-
Kazakh: žibi-
Noghai: jibi-
Bashkir: jebe-
Karaim: jibi-, ibi-
Karakalpak: žibi-
Kumyk: jibi-
Comments: EDT 872, VEWT 202, ЭСТЯ 4, 196-197. Except Uzb., Uygh., Chuv. and possibly Yak. all languages actually reflect *jẹp- (*jip-); the Inlaut stop may be a result of secondary gemination, or reflect a merger with some other root. Original voiced *-b- ( > -v-), however, is well preserved in the derivative *jẹbiĺ(č) 'wet' (Karaim jüvüš, Tat. jüwiš, Bashk. jĭvĭš). Turk. > Kalm. ǯī- 'durchnäßt werden' (KW 114; although phonology is somewhat strange: one would rather expect Kalm. ǯiw-).
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