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Proto-Turkic: *b(i)altɨr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: calf of leg
Russian meaning: икра ноги
Old Turkic: baltɨr (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: baldɨr (MK)
Turkish: baldɨr
Tatar: baltɨr
Middle Turkic: baldɨr (MA), baltɨr (Sangl.)
Uzbek: bɔldir
Azerbaidzhan: baldɨr
Turkmen: baldɨr
Khakassian: paltɨr
Shor: paltɨr
Oyrat: baltɨr
Yakut: ballɨr
Tuva: ba'ldɨr
Tofalar: baldɨr
Kirghiz: baltɨr
Kazakh: baltɨr
Noghai: baltɨr
Bashkir: baltɨr
Balkar: baltɨr, baldɨr
Gagauz: baldɨr
Karaim: baldɨr
Karakalpak: baltɨr
Kumyk: baldɨr
Comments: VEWT 61, ЭСТЯ 2, 54-55, Лексика 283-284.
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