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Proto-Turkic: *jɨdruk / *judruk
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: fist
Russian meaning: кулак
Old Turkic: jɨdruq (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: juδruq (MK)
Tatar: jodrɨq
Sary-Yughur: uzruq
Turkmen: judruq (dial.)
Khakassian: nuzurux
Shor: nuzruq
Oyrat: d́udruq
Yakut: suturuq
Tuva: čuduruq
Kirghiz: ǯuduruq
Kazakh: žudɨrɨq
Bashkir: joδroq
Karaim: juduruq, judurux
Karakalpak: žudɨrɨq
Comments: EDT 892, Дыбо 182-183, ЭСТЯ 4, 248-249, Лексика 253. Turk. > Kalm. ǯudr-xǝ 'mit der Faust die Haut abziehen, die Haut und das Fleisch zwängen und so abhäuten' (KW 115). Many modern languages reflect (such as Turkm. jumruq etc.) reflect secondary forms *jumruk or *jumduruk - an obvious result of contamination with *jum- 'round'.
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