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Proto-Turkic: *Emgek-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to crawl
Russian meaning: ползти
Old Turkic: ömgekle- (OUygh.)
Turkish: emekle-
Middle Turkic: emgekle- (Бор. Бад., Pav. C., Abush.)
Uzbek: emäklä-
Uighur: iŋäklä- (dial.)
Azerbaidzhan: imäklä-
Turkmen: imekle-
Khakassian: ĭmekte-, nĭmekte-
Shor: emekte-
Oyrat: emekte-, emgekte-
Kirghiz: emgekte-
Kazakh: eŋbekte-
Gagauz: mekle-
Comments: EDT 160, VEWT 42, ЭСТЯ 1, 275. The noun *emgek 'crawling' is preserved in Tur. dial. imek, Chag. emgek 'crawling child' (and, despite Clauson ibid. it certainly has nothing to do with *emgek 'worry, pains', see *emge-). Cf. also forms like Turkm. eŋkej- 'bow' and Yak., Dolg. üŋk- 'to bow' (contractions?); see Stachowski 251.
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