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Proto-Turkic: *ạn-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: that (obl.cases) 2 here, look (part.)
Russian meaning: тот (основа косв. падежей) 2 вот, тут
Old Turkic: an-ta (loc.), aŋ-ar (dat.) (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: an-da (loc.), oŋ-a (dat.) (MK, KB)
Tatar: an-da (loc.), aŋ-a (dat.), an-ar (dat.) (Mish.)
Middle Turkic: an-da (loc.), aŋ-a (dat.) (Babur)
Sary-Yughur: a (nom.)
Turkmen: ana 2
Khakassian: an-da (loc.), a-ɣaa (dat.)
Shor: an-da (loc.), a-(ɣ)a (dat.)
Oyrat: an-da (loc.), o-(ɣ)o (dat.)
Halaj: ä́rä 'that side' (vocalism under influence of bä́rä 'this side')
Chuvash: on-da (loc.), ъʷn-a (dat.)
Yakut: ana-rā 2
Tuva: ɨn-da (loc.), a(ŋ)-a (dat.)
Tofalar: ɨn-da (loc.), a(ŋ)-a (dat.)
Kirghiz: an-ta (loc.), a-(ɣ)a (dat.)
Bashkir: an-ta, an-da (loc.), aŋ-a (dat.)
Balkar: an-da (loc.), aŋ-ɣa (dat.)
Karaim: an-da (loc.), an-ar (dat.)
Salar: an-dɨ (loc.), aŋ-a (dat.)
Comments: VEWT 19, EDT 165, ЭСТЯ 1, 147-150, 157. In OT and most modern languages the root a(n)- acts as an oblique stem for ol 'that' (as well as a deriving stem for pronominal adverbs). Only in SUygh. a- is the direct stem.

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