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Proto-Turkic: *jog-urt
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: curdled, coagulated milk
Russian meaning: кислое, свернувшееся молоко
Old Turkic: joɣrot, jurɣut, juɣrut (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: juɣrut, joɣurt (MK)
Turkish: joɣurt, jourt
Middle Turkic: jaɣurt (Houts., AH)
Uzbek: ǯurɣɔt (dial.)
Sary-Yughur: joɣurt, juɣurt
Azerbaidzhan: joɣurt
Turkmen: joɣurt
Yakut: suorat
Kirghiz: ǯūrat
Noghai: juwɨrt
Balkar: ǯuwurt, žuwurt, zuwurt
Gagauz: jūrt
Kumyk: juwurt
Comments: EDT 905, ЭСТЯ 4, 207-208. For semantic reasons derivation from *jogur- 'to knead' (TMN 4, 173) seems hardly plausible.
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