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Proto-Turkic: *aŋ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to be wide open 2 to be perplexed, astonished 3 wide open 4 fool, simpleton 5 obtuse, stupid 6 astonished 7 to have one's mouth opened 8 to be drowsy, faint 9 to look at with surprise 10 to gape
Russian meaning: 1 быть широко открытым 2 быть удивленным, опешить 3 широко открытый 4 дурак, простак 5 бестолковый 6 удивленный 7 разинуть рот 8 быть сонным, вялым 9 смотреть с удивлением 10 зиять
Karakhanid: aŋɨl ačuq 3 (MK)
Turkish: (dial.) anuk, aŋɨz 4
Tatar: aŋɣɨ-miŋge bul- 3; (dial.) aŋɣɨl 5
Middle Turkic: (MKypch.) anɣɨ 6 (AH)
Uzbek: aŋraj- 2, 7
Turkmen: aŋal- 2, aŋqar- 2, 7
Khakassian: aŋaj- 'to miss', aŋmaj- 2, 7, aŋmax 'standing with one's mouth open'
Yakut: aŋar- 8
Tuva: aŋɣada- 2
Kirghiz: aŋqaj-, aŋɣar- 1, 9 (< Mong.?), aŋqō 4, aŋɨr- 2, aŋɨraj- 10
Kazakh: aŋtar-, aŋɨr- 2, aŋqaw 4
Noghai: aŋqɨ-tiŋke 'daffy', aŋra 4, aŋšaj- 7
Karakalpak: aŋqaw 4
Comments: EDT 184, ЭСТЯ 1, 155, 156-157.
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