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Proto-Turkic: *čEke-t
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 coniferous forest 2 pistacio nut 3 (fruit) stone, seed 4 hazel-nut 5 wild jujube 6 young coniferous growth 7 bush, shrub 8 fir branch
Russian meaning: 1 лес (хвойный) 2 фисташковый орех 3 косточка, семечко 4 лесной орех 5 дикая ююба 6 молодые хвойные поросли 7 кустарник 8 ветка ели
Karakhanid: šeki-r-tük 2 (MK)
Turkish: čeki-r-dek 3
Tatar: čiki 4 (dial.)
Middle Turkic: čeke-r-dek, čekidɛ 5 (Pav. C., R - Babur)
Shor: šet 7 (R)
Oyrat: čet aɣaš 6
Tuva: šet 6
Kirghiz: čege-dek, čege-l-dek 8
Noghai: šege-r 7
Balkar: čeget 'forest, wood' (Karach.), 'North' (Balk.)
Gagauz: čekerdek 3
Karaim: čegirdek, čekirdek 3, čeger 'blackthorn'
Comments: VEWT 102, EDT 867-868. Morphologically -t - is a collective suffix, -dak/-dɨk - a denominative suffix. The word is attested in MK, but in an aberrant (dialectal) shape with š-, and the meaning 'nut' is probably secondary, the original meaning of the root being 'coniferous tree, branch'. Several other plant names may be related, cf.: Chag. čekɛ 'berries found in the Fergana mountains'; Uzb. čakanda 'облепиха крушиновидная', Uygh. čäkändä 'a bush with red fruits' (R 3, 1947 Taranchi, mod. čakanda 'a k. of thorny bush'), Az. čäkil 'mulberry'; Kirgh. South. čekende 'хвойник; кузьмичева трава; эфедра двуколосковая' (its pseudoberries are edible; despite Yudakhin, not < Iranian - the word is not attested in Persian). Turk. > Pers. čäkäldäk 'blackberry' (Гаффаров).
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