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Proto-Turkic: *baltu
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: axe
Russian meaning: топор
Old Turkic: baltu (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: baldu (MK, KB)
Turkish: balta
Tatar: balta
Middle Turkic: baltu (Abush., Sangl.)
Uzbek: bɔlta
Azerbaidzhan: balta
Turkmen: palta
Khakassian: paltɨ; malta (Sag.)
Shor: malta
Oyrat: malta
Yakut: balta, baltɨsax 'arrow with blunt end'
Tuva: ba'ldɨ (Бичелдей 112)
Kirghiz: balta
Kazakh: balta
Noghai: balta
Bashkir: balta
Balkar: balta
Karaim: balta
Karakalpak: balta
Kumyk: balta
Comments: VEWT 61, EDT 333, Лексика 397, ЭСТЯ 7. Modern forms with -a may in fact be secondary loans from Mong., see TMN 1, 199-200. Yak. baltɨsax can be probably identified with Turkm. balǯak, Tur. balčak '(sword)-hilt'.
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