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Proto-Turkic: *ȫr-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to plait
Russian meaning: плести
Karakhanid: ör- (MK)
Turkish: ör-
Tatar: ür-
Middle Turkic: ör- (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: ọr-
Uighur: ö(r)-
Azerbaidzhan: hör-
Turkmen: ȫr-
Khakassian: ür-
Oyrat: ör-
Halaj: hiri-
Chuvash: var 'best sort of flax'
Yakut: ör-; örǖ 'plaiting'
Dolgan: örǖ 'plait'
Kirghiz: ör-
Kazakh: ör-
Noghai: ör-
Bashkir: ür-
Gagauz: jör-
Karaim: ör-
Karakalpak: ör-
Comments: EDT 195, VEWT 374, 375, ЭСТЯ 1, 544-546, Лексика 394, Stachowski 200. Cf. also *örken 'smth. plaited', *ör-mek 'Stoff aus Kamelhaar, Spinngewebe' (cf. also Yak. örböx 'тряпка'). Turk. *ör-čüg > Hung. orsó 'spindle', see Gombocz 1912.
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