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Proto-Turkic: *bile-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to sharpen 2 whetstone
Russian meaning: 1 точить 2 точильный камень
Karakhanid: bile- (MK) 1
Turkish: bile- 1
Tatar: belɛw 2
Middle Turkic: bile- 1,bilew 2 (Pav. C.)
Uighur: bilä- (Jarr.) 1
Azerbaidzhan: bülöv, bilöv 2
Turkmen: bilev 2
Khakassian: pǝlö 2 (R)
Shor: pile 2
Oyrat: bilü 2
Chuvash: pǝʷlev 2
Tuva: bili- (Castr.- Soj.) 1
Kirghiz: bülö 2
Kazakh: bilew 2
Noghai: bilew 2
Bashkir: beläw 2
Balkar: bile- 1, bilew 2
Gagauz: bile- 1, bilä 2
Karaim: bile- 1, bülew 2
Kumyk: bile- 1, bilew 2
Comments: ЭСТЯ 2, 142-143, EDT 332-333 (< *bi 'blade', denom. - but Turkm. shortness contradicts this derivation). Turk. *bile-gü > Mong. *bile-ɣü id., see Щербак 1997, 106.
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