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Proto-Turkic: *būg
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: steam, fog
Russian meaning: пар, туман
Karakhanid: bu (MK, IM)
Turkish: bu 'aroma' (poet.), buɣu 'steam'
Tatar: bu, bu-la-n- 'to vaporize'
Middle Turkic: buɣ (Sangl., Pav. C.), muɣ (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: buɣ, buɣ-la- 'to steam'
Uighur: buɣ
Azerbaidzhan: buG
Turkmen: būG
Oyrat: buu
Chuvash: pъʷv
Kirghiz:
Kazakh: buw; buw-la- 'to steam', bu-la- 'to treat with steam (medically)'
Noghai: buw; buwaldɨr 'hoar-frost'
Bashkir: bɨw
Balkar: buwaq 'hoar-frost'
Gagauz:
Karaim: buv
Karakalpak: puw
Kumyk: buɣaq 'hoar-frost'
Comments: EDT 292, VEWT 86, ЭСТЯ 2, 229-230, Лексика 37. The behaviour of final -g after a long vowel is probably regular (although this combination is rather rare). Turk. > MMong. buɣ (АФМ) 'steam' (Щербак 1997, 163).
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