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Proto-Turkic: *bạl-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mud, clay
Russian meaning: грязь, глина
Karakhanid: balčɨq (MK,IM), bal(ɨ)q (MK)
Turkish: balčɨk
Tatar: balčɨq
Middle Turkic: balčɨq (Pav. C.), palčɨq (Sangl.)
Uzbek: balčiq
Uighur: balčuq
Azerbaidzhan: palčɨG
Turkmen: palčɨq
Khakassian: palčax (Sag.)
Oyrat: bal-qaš
Halaj: palčoq ( < Az.)
Chuvash: pɨlǯъk
Yakut: bɨlɨ̄k 'sand, silt, brought by water' (Пек.)
Tuva: balɣaš, malɣaš
Tofalar: ba'lxaš
Kazakh: balšɨq, balqaš
Noghai: balšɨq
Bashkir: balsɨq
Karaim: balčɨq
Salar: palčɨx (ССЯ 435 и др.)
Kumyk: balčɨq
Comments: EDT 333, 336, VEWT 60, Мудрак Дисс. 179, Лексика 374. Turk. > Mong. balčig (Щербак 1997, 103). In Chuv. one would rather expect pɨśǝx, so the form may reflect a slightly different morphologically *bạlɨ-čak.
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