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Proto-Turkic: *jem-ür-
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 to crush, destroy 2 to curse, reproach
Russian meaning: 1 ломать, разрушать 2 порицать, упрекать
Old Turkic: jemir- (OUygh.) 1, 2
Karakhanid: jemür- (MK) 1
Tatar: ǯimer- 1
Middle Turkic: jimir-, jümür- (R., Буд.) 1
Uighur: jimir- 1
Azerbaidzhan: jümür- 1
Turkmen: jemir- 1
Shor: nebir- 1
Oyrat: jemir-, d́emir- 1
Chuvash: śǝʷmǝʷr- 2, 1
Tuva: čemir- 1
Kirghiz: ǯemir- 2, 1
Noghai: jemir- 1
Bashkir: jemer- 1
Karaim: jemir- 1
Karakalpak: žemir- 1
Kumyk: jemir- 1
Comments: EDT 937, VEWT 197, ЭСТЯ 4, 183-184, Егоров 210. The meaning 'crush, destroy, widespread in modern languages, must be a secondary development from the original more abstract 'harm' (whence also 'curse, reproach').
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