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Proto-Turkic: *čAp-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 a k. of cloak 2 lap, skirt 3 used clothing 4 bedding under the saddle 5 woman's gown 6 gown 7 gusset (in clothes)
Russian meaning: 1 род плаща 2 подол, фалда 3 старая, потертая одежда 4 подстилка под седло, чепрак 5 женский халат 6 халат 7 клин (в одежде)
Karakhanid: čapɣut 'a padded garment' (MK)
Turkish: čaput 3, čaprak 4
Tatar: čapan 1, čapraq 4, čabu 2
Middle Turkic: čapan 1 (R; Pav. C. jamaɣlɨɣ čapan 'mended cloak'), čabuq 2 (Pav. C.), (OKypch.) čapɣut 3 (AH)
Uzbek: čɔpɔn 1
Uighur: čapan 1
Turkmen: čabɨt 5, čapan 6, čapɨ 'ornamental trimming for clothes' lap'
Khakassian: sabɨɣ 7
Shor: šabɨr 6
Oyrat: čabu 7
Halaj: čabuɣ 'trimmed section on a woman's tunic'
Tuva: šavɨɣ 7
Tofalar: šabɨɣ 7
Kirghiz: čabū 7; čapan 6, čapan-čapqɨt 'upper clothes', čopqut 'quilted coat under armour; expensive costume'
Kazakh: šabu 2, šapan 6
Noghai: šabuw 'gusset-like front part of gown's laps'
Bashkir: sapan 6, sabɨw 2
Gagauz: čapraq 4
Karakalpak: šabuw 7, šapan 6, šobɨt 'used things', šopqɨt 'rags'
Kumyk: čabɨw 7, 2
Comments: VEWT 99, EDT 396, TMN 3, 47, Аникин 643. Several derivations are clearly distinguishable: a) *čap-gut 'upper clothes, garment' (with later development > 'used clothes'); b) *čap-rak 'bedding under the saddle'; c) *čap-an 'cloak, gown'; d) *čap-gu 'lap, gusset' - all clearly related to each other.
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