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Proto-Turkic: *(i)akuru-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: slowly, quietly, gradually
Russian meaning: медленно, постепенно
Old Turkic: aquru (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: aqru, aqrun (MK), aqru (KB)
Turkish: arqun (Osmanli)
Tatar: ɛkren, ɛkerten; ɛkert (dial.)
Middle Turkic: aqrɨn (Sangl.), aɣrɨn (Бор. Бад.)
Khakassian: āɣɨrin, aɣrɨn, aɣɨrtɨn
Shor: aɣɨrɨn
Oyrat: aqqɨrɨn, aqqɨr-aqqɨr
Yakut: arɣɨ̄j, orɣūj
Kirghiz: aqɨrin
Kazakh: aqɨrɨn
Bashkir: aqrɨn
Balkar: aqɨrɨn, aqrɨn, aqɨrtɨn
Karaim: arqɨtɨn
Karakalpak: aqɨrɨn
Comments: VEWT 14, ЭСТЯ 1, 123-124, EDT 89-90. The forms with -ɨn and -tɨn are old forms of Instr. and Abl. cases, so the PT word is a noun. Yak. reflects the -u of the second syllable.
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