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Proto-Turkic: *Ērig
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: rough, large
Russian meaning: грубый, крупный
Old Turkic: erig (OUygh.) 'wild'
Karakhanid: erig (MK) 'lively, energetic'
Turkish: iri
Tatar: ĭrĭ
Middle Turkic: iri (Бор. Бад.), irik (Бор. Бад., Pav. C.), erig (Qutb.)
Uzbek: jirik
Uighur: irik, jirik
Azerbaidzhan: iri
Turkmen: īri
Kirghiz: iri
Kazakh: iri
Noghai: iri
Bashkir: ĭrĭ
Karaim: iri
Karakalpak: iri
Comments: EDT 221, 222, ЭСТЯ 1, 371-372. Modern languages reveal a secondary vowel narrowing. Turk. > Hung. öreg.
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