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Proto-Turkic: *sɨbuĺgan
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: earth-worm
Russian meaning: червь, дождевой червь
Karakhanid: sovušɣan (MK)
Turkish: soluǯan
Tatar: sualčan
Middle Turkic: soɣulǯan (AH, Pav. C.), solunǯan (AH)
Uzbek: čuwalčaŋ
Uighur: čuwalčaŋ
Azerbaidzhan: soxulǯan
Turkmen: soɣulǯan
Khakassian: sōsxan (dial.), somɨsxan
Oyrat: čojlošqon
Chuvash: šъʷvъʷrъʷlǯan, śölźen, śǝʷvǝʷlźen
Tuva: šɨjlašqɨn
Kirghiz: sȫlǯan, söjülǯan
Noghai: šɨlawšan
Bashkir: sĭläwsĭn
Balkar: suwalčan
Gagauz: soluǯan
Karaim: suwalčan, swalcan
Salar: suɣulǯun
Kumyk: suwalčan
Comments: VEWT 425, EDT 793-794. The PT form can be reconstructed despite numerous expressive irregularities.
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