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Proto-Turkic: *jōn-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to adze, plane
Russian meaning: обтесывать, строгать
Old Turkic: jon- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jon- (MK)
Turkish: jon-
Tatar: jun-
Middle Turkic: jon- (AH, Ettuhf., Бор. Бад.), jön- (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: jọn-
Uighur: jonu-
Azerbaidzhan: jon-
Turkmen: jōn-
Shor: non-
Oyrat: jon-, d́on-
Chuvash: śon-
Yakut: suor-
Dolgan: huor-
Tuva: čon-
Kirghiz: ǯon-
Kazakh: žon-
Noghai: jon-
Bashkir: jun-
Balkar: ǯon-
Gagauz: jon-
Karaim: jon-
Karakalpak: žon-
Kumyk: jon-
Comments: EDT 942; VEWT 206, ЭСТЯ 4, 221-222, Федотов 2, 136, Stachowski 112. Final -r- in Yak. is somewhat strange - perhaps an early contamination with *jüŕ- q. v. sub *ǯi̯uŕi (?).
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