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Proto-Turkic: *bAlak
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 ankle 2 trouser leg 3 foot sole
Russian meaning: 1 щиколотка 2 штанина 3 стопа
Turkish: balaq 2 (dial.)
Tatar: balaq 1, 2
Middle Turkic: balaq 2 (Pav. C.)
Azerbaidzhan: balaG 2
Turkmen: balaq 2
Kazakh: balaq 2; 'bird's foot'
Noghai: balaq 2
Bashkir: balaq 2
Balkar: balaq 2, 3
Karaim: balaq 2
Karakalpak: balaq 2
Kumyk: balaq 2
Comments: VEWT 59, TMN 2, 312, ЭСТЯ 2, 51, Лексика 478. Turk. > Russ. Siber. baláki (Pl.) (Аникин 114). [The latter contains a mistake: balaq 'пахи' is not attested in Kirgh. - it is found in Radloff marked as Kirgh., which means Kazakh. Modern Kazakh dictionaries do not note this meaning; according to the КТТС (1, 86) it means `a trouser leg from the knee downwards; horse's ankle; part of bird's leg from the knee down to the ankle'. In Kirgh. a related stem may be balak-ta- 'to hang loose (of clothes, particularly of wide trouser legs)'.]
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