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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *dŭŕi
Meaning: ring
Russian meaning: кольцо
Turkic: *jüŕ-
Mongolian: *dörü
Tungus-Manchu: *dur-
Comments: KW 99, Poppe 23, Лексика 549. A Western isogloss.
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Proto-Turkic: *jüŕ-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 finger ring 2 joint 3 stirrup (*üŕeŋgü < *jüŕeŋgü)
Russian meaning: 1 кольцо (на палец) 2 сустав (пальцевый) 3 стремя
Karakhanid: jüzük 1 (MK), üzeŋü 3 (KB)
Turkish: jüzük 1, üzengi 3
Tatar: jözek 1
Middle Turkic: jüzük 1 (AH, Ettuhf.), üzük 1 (Pav. C., Abush.)
Uzbek: uzuk 1
Uighur: üzük 1
Azerbaidzhan: üzük 1
Turkmen: jüzük 1, üzeŋŋi 3
Khakassian: čüstük 1
Shor: čüstük 1
Oyrat: jüstük, d́üstük 1
Chuvash: śǝʷrǝʷ 1, jъrana 3
Yakut: sühüöx 2, iheŋe 3
Dolgan: hühüök 2
Tuva: čü'stük 1, čüs 2
Kirghiz: ǯüzük 1
Kazakh: žüzik 1
Noghai: jüzik 1
Bashkir: jöδök 1
Balkar: ǯüzük, züzük 1
Gagauz: jüzük, üzük 1
Karaim: jüzük, üzük, ezik, izik 1
Karakalpak: žüzik 1
Kumyk: jüzük 1
Comments: EDT 986, VEWT 214, TMN 2, 146,147-148, ЭСТЯ 1, 623-625, 4, 260, 261-262, Егоров 212, Лексика 548-549, Stachowski 115. Turk. > Hung. gyú ́rű (see Lig. MNyTK 77-79). The reason of *j- > 0- in the PT name of "stirrup" ( < *"ring-formed") is unclear (irregular change in a long form?).
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *dörü
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 ring in bull's nose 2 stirrup
Russian meaning: 1 кольцо в носу у быка 2 стремя
Written Mongolian: dörü 1, dörüge 2 (L 269)
Middle Mongolian: doro'e (HY 18), dorebči (SH) 1, durǟ (IM) 2
Khalkha: dör 1, dörȫ 2
Buriat: düre 1, dürȫ 2
Kalmuck: dör 1, dörɛ̄ 2
Ordos: dörö 1, dörȫ 2
Dagur: durēŋǵ 2 (Тод. Даг. 138 durēŋgi)
Shary-Yoghur: durē 2
Monguor: durō (SM 67), durōm 'anneau, boucle' (MGCD 230)
Comments: KW 99, MGCD 230.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *dur-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 a k. of bracelet 2 stirrup 3 saddle (for children)
Russian meaning: 1 вид браслета 2 стремя 3 седло (детское)
Evenki: durēki 2
Orok: dūrēke 3
Nanai: durǯi 1
Comments: ТМС 1, 217, 225. The word for 'stirrup' (cf also Sol. durēŋki id., see ТМС 1, 226) may be a Mongolian borrowing, see Doerfer MT 126.
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