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Proto-Turkic: *borsuk, *borsmuk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: badger
Russian meaning: барсук
Karakhanid: borsmuq (MK), borsuq (MK Oghuz)
Turkish: porsuk
Tatar: bursɨq
Middle Turkic: porsuq (Sangl.)
Uzbek: bɔrsiq
Uighur: borsuq
Azerbaidzhan: porsuG
Khakassian: porsɨx, morsɨx, (dial.) moršɨx
Shor: porsuq
Oyrat: morsɨq
Chuvash: porъš
Tuva: morzuq
Tofalar: borsuq
Kirghiz: borso-l-doj 'young badger'
Kazakh: borsɨq
Noghai: borsɨq
Bashkir: burhɨq
Balkar: borsuq
Karakalpak: porsɨq
Salar: porsuχ (ССЯ)
Kumyk: porsuq
Comments: EDT 369, Лексика 164, TMN 2, 284, ЭСТЯ 7, Егоров 165, Федотов 1, 446-447. Reflexes of m- in Siberian languages may be due to the nasal in the suffix (cf. the form in MK). Among the traditional derivations one should mention the connection with *bur-sɨ- 'to stink, rot', but external parallels indicate that this is rather a folk etymology.
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