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Proto-Turkic: *bōjn
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: neck
Russian meaning: шея
Old Turkic: bojɨn (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bojun, bojɨn (MK), bojun (KB)
Turkish: bojun
Tatar: mujɨn
Middle Turkic: bojn, bojun (Sangl., MA)
Uzbek: bụjin
Uighur: bojun
Sary-Yughur: mojin
Azerbaidzhan: bojun
Turkmen: bojun
Khakassian: mojɨn
Shor: mojun
Oyrat: mojun
Halaj: būun
Chuvash: mъj
Yakut: mōj
Dolgan: muoj
Tuva: mojun
Tofalar: möän (mojnu)
Kirghiz: mojun
Kazakh: mojɨn
Noghai: mojɨn
Bashkir: mujɨn
Balkar: bojun
Gagauz: bojnu
Karaim: bojun
Karakalpak: mojɨn
Salar: bojnɨ
Kumyk: bojun
Comments: VEWT 80, EDT 386, ЭСТЯ 2, 180-182, Лексика 233-234, Stachowski 183. Turk. forms like Kirgh. mojnoq > Mong. Kh. moinog 'Wamme' (see Щербак 1997, 108).
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