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Proto-Turkic: *(j)igne
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: needle
Russian meaning: игла
Old Turkic: jiŋne (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jigne (MK)
Turkish: ijne
Tatar: inä
Middle Turkic: igne (Бор. Бад., Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ignä
Uighur: ignä, jiŋnä, jignä
Sary-Yughur: jiŋne
Azerbaidzhan: ijnä
Turkmen: igne, iŋne
Khakassian: iŋe
Shor: ingä
Oyrat: ijne
Halaj: īnä ( < Az.)
Yakut: inne, ińe
Dolgan: iŋne, ińe, inne
Tuva: ine
Kirghiz: ijne
Kazakh: ĭjna
Noghai: ijne
Bashkir: ĭnä
Balkar: ijne
Gagauz: īnä
Karaim: ijne
Karakalpak: ijne
Kumyk: ine
Comments: EDT 110, VEWT 169, ЭСТЯ 1, 367-369, Лексика 106.
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