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Proto-Turkic: *Kaŕ, *Kaŕ-dɨŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 bark 2 scales 3 dandruff 4 to peel bark 5 to husk nuts
Russian meaning: 1 кора 2 чешуя 3 перхоть 4 сдирать кору 5 лущить орехи
Old Turkic: qadɨz 1 (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: qaz, qaδɨz 1 (MK)
Tatar: qajrɨ 1, dial. qajɨz 1; qajɨzla- 4
Uzbek: qazɣɔq 3
Sary-Yughur: qazdɨq 1
Khakassian: xastɨrɨx 1
Chuvash: xujъr 1
Yakut: qatɨrɨk 1; xastā- 'to skin'
Dolgan: kastā- 'to skin'
Tuva: qazɨrɨq 2, qazɨ- 4
Tofalar: qa's- 5
Kazakh: qajɨzɣaq 3
Noghai: qajɨzɣaq 3
Bashkir: qajrɨ, dial. qajɨδ 1
Karakalpak: qajɨzɣaq 3
Comments: VEWT 218, 243, EDT 608, 665, ЭСТЯ 5, 211-212, 328, Федотов 2, 352, Лексика 107. The original form here is *Kaŕ; a suffixed form was *Kaŕdɨ(ŕ), later simplified to *Kadɨŕ. This can be clearly seen from forms like SUygh. and Khak. Another possible explanation could be an early dissimilation (*Kaŕ-ɨŕ > *Kadɨŕ = *Kaδɨŕ, or already after the zetacism, *Kazɨz > *Kaδɨz). There is some confusion between *Kaŕ and *Kas, *Kasuk in Old Turkic, but MK definitely spells the word as qaz.
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