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Proto-Turkic: *Abuč-ka
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 husband, old man 2 foster-mother 3 elder sister 4 uncle
Russian meaning: 1 муж, старик 2 кормилица 3 старшая сестра 4 дядя
Old Turkic: avɨčɣa, abučɣa 1, abučqa 2 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: avɨčɣa 1 (MK, KB)
Turkish: abuš 3 dial.
Tatar: abušqa, awucqa 1 dial. (Sib.)
Middle Turkic: abušqa, avušqa 4 (Abush., Sangl.)
Khakassian: apsax, apčax, Koib. abɨsqa 1
Shor: apšɨj 1, apšaq 'bear'
Oyrat: apšɨjaq 1; 'bear'
Chuvash: obaška
Tuva: ašaq 1
Tofalar: ašɨńaq 1
Kirghiz: abɨšqa 1
Kazakh: abɨšqa 1 dial.
Bashkir: abɨšqa 1
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 60-61, EDT 6, Егоров 274-275, Федотов II 282, Аникин 72. Chuv. is not quite regular and may be an early loanword from Tat. Formally the Turk. word may be derived from *aba 'elder in the mother's line' (+ dimin. -č).
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