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Proto-Turkic: *Koč
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: ram
Russian meaning: баран
Old Turkic: qočqar, qočuŋar (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qočŋar (MK)
Turkish: koč, kočkar
Tatar: qučqar (dial.)
Middle Turkic: qoč, qočqar (AH, Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ɣɔč (dial.), qọčqar
Uighur: qočqa(r), qošqa(r)
Sary-Yughur: qužɣar
Azerbaidzhan: Goč
Turkmen: Goč, GočGar
Oyrat: qočqor
Halaj: Goč
Tuva: qošqar
Kirghiz: qočqor
Kazakh: qošqar
Noghai: qošqar
Bashkir: qušqar
Balkar: qocxar
Gagauz: qoč
Karaim: qoč, qočqar, qočxar
Karakalpak: ɣoš, qošqar
Salar: qošqor, qošqur
Kumyk: qočqar
Comments: Лексика 432, TMN 3, 539, 540-541, EDT 592, ЭСТЯ 6, 87-88. Turk. > Hung. kos, see Gombocz 1912; Russ. dial. kočkór, kočkáŕ, see Аникин 308, 309.
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