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Proto-Turkic: *gEmürgen
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wild onion or garlic
Russian meaning: дикий лук или чеснок
Karakhanid: kövürgen (MK), kömürgen (MK - Oghuz)
Turkish: gümüren
Khakassian: köbǝrgen
Oyrat: köbürgen
Tuva: kögürön (dial.)
Tofalar: kögirhen
Kirghiz: köbürgön
Gagauz: kömüren
Comments: EDT 691, ЭСТЯ 3, 100; VEWT 285; Лексика 124. Sometimes explained as derived from köbür- 'to foam' (see VEWT ibid.); this seems a folk etymology, but may explain the irregular -b- in some of the forms.
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