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Proto-Turkic: *čekü-rtke
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: locust, grasshopper
Russian meaning: саранча, кузнечик
Karakhanid: čekürge (MK Oghuz; Tefs.)
Turkish: čekirge
Tatar: čikertkɛ
Middle Turkic: čegürtke, čewürtke (Sangl.)
Uzbek: čigirtka
Uighur: čekätkä
Azerbaidzhan: čekirtge
Turkmen: čekirtge
Khakassian: saɣɨrtxɨ
Yakut: saxsɨrɣa 'fly'
Dolgan: haksɨrga 'fly'
Tuva: šergi
Kirghiz: čegirtke
Kazakh: šegirtke
Noghai: šegertki
Bashkir: siŋertkä
Karaim: čegirtke
Karakalpak: šegirtke
Comments: VEWT 103, EDT 416-417, Лексика 187, Stachowski 94. Forms like Tat. dial. sikertke are a result of contamination with *sēk- 'jump' (v. sub *sā́ki).
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