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Proto-Turkic: *čar
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 whetstone 2 sickle 3 to whet
Russian meaning: 1 точильный камень 2 серп 3 точить
Tatar: čar 1, 'mill stone', čar-la- 3
Middle Turkic: čar-la- 3 (Pav. C.)
Shor: šar 1
Oyrat: čar 1
Chuvash: śorla 2
Yakut: sardaɣa, sardāna 'short heavy arrow with a broad head' (Пек.)
Kazakh: šar 1
Noghai: šar 1
Bashkir: sar 1
Karakalpak: šar 1
Salar: čār- 'to cut, stick in' (ССЯ: Udzh.)
Kumyk: čar 1, 'spool'
Comments: VEWT 99-100, Егоров 221, Федотов 2, 143 (borrowing < FU *śorva 'horn' is hardly credible). Bulg. > Hung. sarló 'sickle', see Gombocz 1912, MNyTESz 3, 494-495. The root is certainly genuine, although some influence of the Iranian čarɨk, čarx 'wheel' could have existed.
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