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Proto-Turkic: *ańaŕ
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: clear sky; frost
Russian meaning: ясное небо; мороз
Old Turkic: ajaz (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: ajas (MK)
Turkish: ajaz
Tatar: ajaz
Middle Turkic: ajaz (Sangl.), ajaz, ajas (CCum.)
Uzbek: ajɔz
Uighur: ajaz
Sary-Yughur: ajas
Azerbaidzhan: ajaz
Turkmen: ajaz
Khakassian: ajas
Shor: ajas
Oyrat: ajas; ajɨz (dial.)
Halaj: hajāz
Chuvash: ojar
Tuva: ajas
Kirghiz: ajaz
Kazakh: ajaz
Noghai: ajaz
Bashkir: ajaδ
Balkar: ajaz
Gagauz: ajaz
Karaim: ajaz/s
Kumyk: ajaz
Comments: ЭСТЯ 1, 102-3; VEWT 11; TMN 2, 170; Лексика 13, Федотов 2, 298. A different suffixation is seen in Tur. (dial.) ajam, Kaz., Kirgh. ajɨq 'clear (weather'). A derivative *ań-gɨŕ- (pointing to original *-ń-) is found in Kaz. aŋɨzaq, Turkm. aŋzaq 'cold with dry wind' (see ЭСТЯ ibid.).
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