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Proto-Turkic: *sɨŋɨr
Altaic etymology: Altaic etymology
Meaning: 1 double shin bone
Russian meaning: 1 кости голени 2 парное копыто
Turkish: sɨrnak (dial.) 2
Tatar: sɨjraq 2, (КСТТ) sɨrɨsxan 1
Middle Turkic: saŋraq (Pav. C.), sɨɣraq (AH) 2
Azerbaidzhan: sɨŋɨr (dial.) 1
Turkmen: sɨŋraq, sɨrnaq 2
Khakassian: sɨrsax 1
Yakut: ɨ̄rāx 2
Tuva: sār 'верх ступни', sɨrɨ 'копыто', sɨ̄rɣaq 2
Kirghiz: sɨjra 'пятка'
Kazakh: sɨjraq 2
Noghai: sɨjraq 2
Bashkir: sɨraq 2
Karaim: sɨrča 'бедро'
Karakalpak: sɨjraq 2
Kumyk: sɨjraq 2
Comments: EDT 803, ЭСТЯ 7, Лексика 147-148, 287. In some languages the reflex may have merged with *sɨdɨr-gak (v. sub *si̯udu).
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