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Proto-Turkic: *emge-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to suffer, be tortured 2 bother, worry, pains
Russian meaning: 1 страдать, подвергаться пыткам 2 хлопоты, мучение, труд
Old Turkic: emge- (OUygh.) 1
Karakhanid: emge- 1, emgek 2 (MK)
Turkish: emen- 1, emek 2
Tatar: imgɛn- 1, imgɛk 2
Middle Turkic: emgen- (AH, Pav. C.) 1, emgek (AH, Abush.), emek (Pav. C.) 2
Uzbek: dial. emgɛk 2
Uighur: dial. ɛmgɛn- 1, ɛmgɛk 2
Azerbaidzhan: ämäk 2
Turkmen: emgen- 1, emgek 2
Chuvash: aman- 1, amak 'illness'
Yakut: emek 'decrepit'
Tuva: eŋbek 'chronic illness'
Kirghiz: emgek 2
Kazakh: eŋbek 2
Noghai: embek 2
Bashkir: imgɛn- 1, imgɛk 2
Karaim: emgen- 1, emgek 2
Comments: EDT 159, VEWT 42, ЭСТЯ 1, 272-275, 25-26. Turk. > Mong. emge- (Щербак 1997, 114).
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