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Old Turkic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *öd (time). Cognate to Old Uyghur [script needed] (öd, time), Karakhanid اُذْ(öδ, time), Southern Altai ӧй (öy, time), Turkish öğle (noon).


𐰇𐰓 (öd)

  1. time (a point, or a period)
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Proto-Turkic *ȫt (gall). Originally attested as 𐰇𐰓𐰃𐰭𐰀(ödiŋe, to their galls), due to long vowel /t/ was probably voiced to /d/ in possessive forms and therefore the original form can actually be 𐰇𐱅(öt). Compare Turkmen ȫt (gall), but "ȫd-" after vowels.


𐰇𐰓 (öd)

  1. (anatomy) bile, gall