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Proto-Turkic: *čɨg-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to tie up (a parcel) 2 to sew (with small stitches) 3 parcel, pack 4 knot 5 to tie in a knot
Russian meaning: 1 увязывать (тюк, сверток) 2 шить (мелкими стежками), подшивать 3 узел (упаковка) 4 узел 5 завязать узлом
Karakhanid: čɨɣ- 1
Turkish: čɨkɨ, čɨkɨn 3
Middle Turkic: čik 4 (Pav. C.), (OKypch) čɨq- 1 (AH)
Uighur: čig- 5, čigik 4
Sary-Yughur: čig-, čik- 5
Turkmen: čig- 5, čigin 4
Khakassian: sɨɣ-la- 2
Oyrat: či-de- 2
Halaj: (tīn u) čɨqɨn 'small parcels in women's working room'
Kirghiz: čije 4
Gagauz: čɨqɨ 3
Karakalpak: šije 'tightly bound'
Comments: EDT 405, VEWT 94. Forms apparently pointing to *čɨk- most probably reflect a contraction of the suffixed form *čɨgɨ-k-.
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