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Proto-Turkic: *bAgatur
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: hero
Russian meaning: герой
Old Turkic: baɣatur (Orkh., n. pr.)
Middle Turkic: (Xwar.) bahatur, CCum. baɣatur
Turkmen: bātɨr
Oyrat: bātɨr
Yakut: bātɨr
Tuva: mādɨr
Kirghiz: bātɨr
Comments: EDT 313, VEWT 55. Cf. the name of the Xiongnu shanyu, MC mâw-ton (*maɣu-tur). This Turkic word was borrowed into numerous surrounding languages (Iranian, Mongolian etc., see the literature in ЭСТЯ). Modern forms like batɨr, batur are back-borrowings from Mong.; forms of the type baxatir - back-borrowings from Persian.
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