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Altaic etymology :

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Proto-Altaic: *si̯òge
Nostratic: Nostratic
Meaning: wart; pock-mark
Russian meaning: бородавка; оспина
Turkic: *s[e]göl ( / *sögil)
Mongolian: *söɣel
Tungus-Manchu: *sogi-
Korean: *hók
Comments: VEWT 429, KW 335, Владимирцов 213, АПиПЯЯ 285. The Mong. form can be borrowed from Turkic, but the Tungus and Korean forms are evidently genuine. The variation *sigöl / *sögöl in Turkic points perhaps to original *segöl (which would be the expected form).
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Turkic etymology :

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Proto-Turkic: *s[e]göl ( / *sögil)
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wart
Russian meaning: бородавка
Old Turkic: sögöl (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: sigil (MK)
Turkish: sigil
Tatar: söjäl
Middle Turkic: sigil, sükül, süjäl (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: sugäl
Uighur: sögäl
Azerbaidzhan: zijil
Turkmen: siŋŋil
Khakassian: sȫl
Oyrat: sȫl
Halaj: sijil
Chuvash: šъʷklъʷ, šǝʷgǝʷl (dial.)
Tuva: sȫl
Tofalar: sȫl
Kirghiz: sȫl
Kazakh: süjel
Noghai: šüjel
Bashkir: hü̆jäl
Karaim: süvel
Karakalpak: šüjel
Kumyk: süjel
Comments: VEWT 429, EDT 820, ЭСТЯ 7. Some irregularities are due to the root's expressive nature.
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Mongolian etymology :

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Proto-Mongolian: *söɣel
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wart
Russian meaning: бородавка
Written Mongolian: sögel
Kalmuck: sȫl
Ordos: sȫl 'ugly, unpleasant' (?)
Comments: KW 335.
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Tungus etymology :

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Proto-Tungus-Manchu: *sogi-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: pock-mark
Russian meaning: оспина
Literary Manchu: soǵa
Comments: ТМС 2, 103. Attested only in Manchu, but having good Turk. and Kor. parallels.
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Korean etymology :

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Proto-Korean: *hók
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: wart
Russian meaning: бородавка
Modern Korean: hok
Middle Korean: hók
Comments: Liu 757, KED 1845.
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Nostratic etymology :

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Eurasiatic: *c`VgV
Meaning: wart
Altaic: *si̯òge
Uralic: *ćikl( ́)ä (ćükl( ́)ä)
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Uralic etymology :

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Number: 64
Proto: *ćikl( ́)ä (ćükl( ́)ä)
> Nostratic: > Nostratic
English meaning: wart
German meaning: Warze
Finnish: syylä, syyli (gen. syylen), syplä, syklä, syhlä 'Warze, Geschwulst, Kropf' ( > Saam. šiw̮̆lliɛ̆ 'Warze')
Saam (Lapp): ciw'hle -whl- 'blotch' (N), t́š́i̮ш̯l̨e (Kld.), t́š́ėш̯̄l̯̄e (Ko. Not.) 'Warze'; tjåkle (Lind.-Öhrl.) 'tumor, tuber'; čikkâlâs -ss-, -s- (N) 'blotch'
Mordovian: śiĺge, śiĺgä, śeĺgä (E), śiĺgä, ćiĺgä 'Warze, Hautpustel'
Mari (Cheremis): šǝɣǝĺ (KB), šǝ̑ɣǝ̑ĺe (U B) 'Warze, Schwiele'
Hungarian: süly, sú, suj, sul, suly, sü, sű, süh, sűly (dial.) 'Skorbut, Scharbock, Feigwarze; Geschwür'
Selkup: šī̮la (KeM), sēla (KeO) 'Warze'
Sammalahti's version: (FU?) *s'üklä
Addenda: Kar. šüblä, süblä, šüglä 'Warze, Schwiele', Liv. se̮'ggǝ̑l, si'glǝ̑, sü'glǝ̑ 'Warze'
K. Reshetnikov's notes: FB doesn't distinguish Ur. *s'-, *c'- and *s-, Lapp. *c'- and Mord *s'- both may reflect Ur. *c'- or *s'-, while Mar. *š- points rather to a sibilant, i.e. to *s'- (although some cases of Mari *š- < Ur.*c'- also exist). Hun. *š- indicates Ugr. *č-, which is neither a regular reflex of *s'- nor that of *c'-. However, if we reconstruct here *s'- (or still *c'-?), it is interesting to compare this material with Sam. *kǝsǝl / *kǝsǝr 'wart' (Janh.SW 55) - with a metathesis, but absolutely regular consonant reflexes (Sam. *s < Ur. *s' or *c') not counting the variant hăsăr (< *kǝsǝr) in Tundra Nenets (instead of the isolated and phonetically problematic Selk. šɨ̄la / sēla 'wart').
References: FUV; Budenz MUSz. 357; Donn. VglWb. 602; MSzFgrE; TESz.
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