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Proto-Turkic: *bert-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to break, damage, wound
Russian meaning: ломать, вредить, ранить
Old Turkic: bert- (OUygh.)
Karakhanid: bert- (MK)
Turkish: bert-
Tatar: birt-
Middle Turkic: bertik 'bone' (in the context: bone fracture) (Pav. C.)
Azerbaidzhan: pärt-
Turkmen: berti-
Khakassian: pirtǝk 'mutilation'
Shor: peret-
Oyrat: bert-in- (refl.)
Halaj: pärt-lä- `to throw'
Chuvash: part '(imit.) crackling'
Tuva: bertik 'mutilation'
Kirghiz: bertik 'contortion', bertin- = mertin- (refl.)
Kazakh: mertik 'contortion'
Noghai: mertik 'contortion'
Bashkir: birt-
Gagauz: bert-
Karakalpak: mert-
Comments: VEWT 71, EDT 358, 359, ЭСТЯ 2, 70-72. Turk. > Mong. berte-.
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