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Proto-Turkic: *jAńka-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to shake, bring into motion
Russian meaning: качать(ся), приводить в движение
Old Turkic: jajqa-n- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: jajqa-l- (MK)
Turkish: jajka-
Middle Turkic: jajqa-l- (Sangl., Pav. C.)
Uighur: (dial.) jajqa-
Turkmen: jajqa-
Khakassian: čajxa-, dial. najxal-
Oyrat: d́ajqa-, dial. d́ajɣa-
Tuva: ča'jɣa-
Tofalar: ča'jha- (Рас. ФиЛ 77)
Kirghiz: ǯajqa-
Kazakh: žajqal-
Noghai: jajqa-l-
Karaim: jajqa-
Comments: ОСНЯ 3, 58-59, ЭСТЯ 4, 77-78, EDT 981. PT *jańka- is usually treated as derived from *jāj- 'to shake, rinse' (see e.g. ЭСТЯ 4, 75-76, EDT ibid.), but the latter does not seem to show any traces of nasal and may be separately compared with Mong. ǯaji-lu- 'to rinse', ǯaji-mu- 'to shake, stir', see KW 471.
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