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Proto-Turkic: *ȫl
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 moist, wet 2 marsh
Russian meaning: 1 влажный 2 болото
Old Turkic: öl (Orkh., OUygh.)
Karakhanid: öl (MK, KB) 1
Turkish: öl 1, Osm. öl 'pool'
Middle Turkic: öl (Pav. C.) 2, (Sangl.) 1
Uzbek: hụl 1
Uighur: höl 'damp, moist'
Turkmen: ȫl, dial. hȫl 1
Khakassian: öl 1
Shor: ǖl 1
Oyrat: ül 1
Halaj: hẹ̄̂l, hẹ̄l
Chuvash: vilǝ 1
Yakut: üöl 1
Tuva: öl 1
Tofalar: öl 1
Kirghiz: öl 1
Karakalpak: höl 1
Comments: VEWT 371, Егоров 54, ЭСТЯ 1, 524-525, TMN 2, 161-2. The common Turk. derivative *öleŋ (ЭСТЯ 1, 527-528, Лексика 119) means 'rich grass' (hence Chuv. valem; > MMong. olaŋ, oleŋ (SH), WMong. ölüŋ, Kalm. ölŋ, see KW 295, TMN 2, 161, Щербак 1997, 165, 197).
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