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Proto-Turkic: *čap-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 big vessel, barrel, pail 2 basin
Russian meaning: 1 большой сосуд, бочка, чан, кадка 2 бассейн, яма для стока воды
Old Turkic: čopun 1 (OUygh., late - Suv.)
Turkish: čopul 2
Tatar: čapčaq 1
Middle Turkic: sapčaq (AH) (OKypch.)
Khakassian: saban, sapčax 1
Shor: šapčaq 1
Oyrat: čapčaq 1
Chuvash: śöpśe 1
Yakut: sabaraj 1
Tuva: šopulaq 'spoon'
Kirghiz: čapčaq 1
Noghai: šapšaq 1
Bashkir: sapsaq 1
Balkar: čapčaq 1
Karaim: capcaq, čapčaq 1
Karakalpak: šapšaq 'wooden vessel for shaking up milk'
Kumyk: čapčaq 1
Comments: VEWT 99, ДТС 153, Егоров 223,Федотов 2, 148-149. Forms with -u- in the second syllable demonstrate vowel assimilation (čopu- < *čapu-). External parallels strongly suggest that the word is not derived from *čap- 'hit', but is an original noun.
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