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Proto-Turkic: *jama-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: to patch
Russian meaning: латать, штопать
Karakhanid: jama- (MK)
Turkish: jama-
Tatar: jama-
Middle Turkic: jama- (Ettuhf.)
Uzbek: jama-
Uighur: jama-
Sary-Yughur: jama-
Azerbaidzhan: jama-
Turkmen: jama-
Khakassian: nama-
Shor: naba-
Oyrat: jama-, d́ama-
Yakut: samā-
Dolgan: hamā-
Tuva: čama-
Kirghiz: ǯama-
Kazakh: žama-
Noghai: jama-
Bashkir: jama-
Balkar: zama-
Gagauz: jama-
Karaim: jama-
Karakalpak: žama-
Salar: jama-
Kumyk: jama-
Comments: VEWT 184, EDT 934-935, ЭСТЯ 4, 108, Stachowski 94. Turk. > WMong. ǯama-, Kalm. zamǝ- (KW 466).
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