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Proto-Turkic: *apa
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: mother, elder sister, aunt
Russian meaning: мать, старшая сестра, тетя
Old Turkic: apa (Yen.)
Karakhanid: epe ~ apa (Oghuz=Qarluq Türkmen, MK)
Turkish: aba (Ank.), dial. apa
Tatar: apa
Middle Turkic: apa 'elder sister' (Sangl.)
Uzbek: ɔpa
Uighur: apa
Turkmen: apa, afa (dial.)
Shor: abiče (< aba-eče)
Oyrat: abune (< aba-ene)
Tuva: ava
Tofalar: aba
Kirghiz: apa
Kazakh: apa
Noghai: aba
Bashkir: apa
Balkar: aba
Karaim: apaj (Q)
Karakalpak: apa
Kumyk: abaj, apaj
Comments: EDT 5, ЭСТЯ 1, 158-159, ССЯ 290-291, Лексика 300, 301, TMN 2, 3, Аникин 90. Front row variants (Tur. eve, Kaz. ebej, Yak., Dolg. ebe etc., see ЭСТЯ 1, 220-221, Stachowski 42) are recent and may have a Mong. origin.
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