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Proto-Turkic: *bugu, -ra
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 deer (male) 2 camel stallion
Russian meaning: 1 олень 2 самец верблюда
Old Turkic: buɣu 1 (13th c.), buɣura 2 (Orkh.)
Karakhanid: buɣra 2 (MK)
Turkish: buɣur 2, dial. buɣu 1
Middle Turkic: buɣu 1, buɣra, buɣur 2 (Pav. C.)
Uzbek: buɣu 1
Uighur: buɣu 1, (dial.) buɣra, boɣra 2
Sary-Yughur: pɨrɣa 2
Azerbaidzhan: buɣur 2
Turkmen: buɣra 2
Oyrat: bura 2
Yakut: būr 'male reindeer, male'
Dolgan: būr 'male reindeer'
Tuva: būra 2, būr 'male elk'
Kirghiz: būra 2
Kazakh: bura 2
Noghai: bora 2
Balkar: 1
Karakalpak: buwra 2
Comments: EDT 317-318, ЭСТЯ 2, 235-238, Лексика 152, Лексика 446-447, Stachowski 67. Turk. bugura > Mong. buɣura (see TMN 2, 296, Щербак 1997, 110). Щербак 1997, 201 considers Turkic *bugu to be borrowed from Mongolian buɣu 'male deer' (which may be true for some Kypchak forms: Kirgh. buɣu, Kaz. bŭɣɨ, Nogh., KKalp. buɣɨ), but in fact one can also think of a loan in the opposite direction: Turk. > Mong. buɣu (KW 58, MGCD 166), further > Evk. buɣu etc., see Doerfer MT 78. Turk. > Russ. Siber. burá 'female camel'; Mong. (Bur.) būra > Russ. Siber. búra id., see Аникин 142.
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