Reconstruction:Proto-Turkic/kögüŕ

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This Proto-Turkic entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-Turkic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Akin to Proto-Mongolic *kökö-n (breast (female), nipple), Proto-Tungusic *xuku-n (breast (female)).

The ö sounds in Proto-Turkic and Proto-Mongolic are the u sounds in Proto-Tungusic: Proto-Turkic *köpürüg (bridge), Proto-Mongolic *köxerge (bridge), Proto-Tungusic *xupuru (bridge); Proto-Turkic *dölek (quiet), Proto-Mongolic *döligen (quiet), Proto-Tungusic *dulum (quiet); Proto-Turkic *öküŕ (ox), Proto-Mongolic *hüker (ox), Proto-Tungusic *pukur (cow); Proto-Turkic *kȫk (blue, green), Proto-Mongolic *köke (blue, green), Proto-Tungusic *kuku (blue); Proto-Turkic *ȫŕ (inside, the essential part), Proto-Mongolic *örü (inside, breast), Proto-Tungusic *uri (stomach, belly); Proto-Turkic *bögür (kidneys), Proto-Mongolic *böxere (kidneys; testicles), Proto-Tungusic *pugin (intestines, stomach)...

Noun[edit]

*kögüŕ

  1. breast
  2. middle of the back
  3. reason, sense, emotion

Derived terms[edit]

Descendants[edit]

  • Oghur:
    • Chuvash: кӑгӑр (kăgăr)
  • Common Turkic:
  • Oghuz:
  • Karluk:
    • Karakhanid: [script needed] (kögüz)
      • Uzbek: koʻksi
      • Uyghur: [script needed] (köküs)
  • Kipchak:
    • West Kipchak:
      • Crimean Tatar: köküs
      • Karaim: [script needed] (kökis)
    • South Kipchak:
      • Kyrgyz-Kipchak:
        • Southern Altai: [script needed] (kögüs)
  • Siberian:
    • Old Uyghur: [script needed] (kögüz)
    • North Siberian:
      • Yakut: көҕүс (köğüs)
      • Dolgan: [script needed] (köksü)
    • South Siberian:
      • Yenisei Turkic:
        • Khakas: [script needed] (kögis)
        • Shor: [script needed] (kögüs)

References[edit]