Reconstruction:Proto-Turkic/siarïg

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This Proto-Turkic entry contains reconstructed terms 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-TurkicEdit

Alternative reconstructionsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derivation from Proto-Turkic *siaŕ(ï)- (to become white, yellow)[1] +‎ *-g. Khalaj and Turkmen forms point to -/ā/-.

Related to Proto-Mongolic *sïra (yellow) (Mongolian шар (šar, yellow)), Proto-Japonic *siro (white). (Can this(+) etymology be sourced?)

AdjectiveEdit

*siarïg

  1. yellow, white

Derived termsEdit

DescendantsEdit

  • ? Proto-Mongolic: *sïra
  • Oghur:
  • Common Turkic:
  • Arghu:
  • Oghuz:
  • Karluk:
    • Karakhanid: سَرِغْ(sarïɣ)
      • Khorezmian Turkic: [script needed] (ṣarïɣ)
        • Chagatai: [script needed] (sarïɣ), [script needed] (sarïq)
  • Kipchak:
    • Kipchak: [script needed] (sarï)
    • Mamluk-Kipchak: [Arabic needed] (ṣārū), [Arabic needed] (ṣārï̄)
    • West Kipchak:
      • Crimean Tatar: sarı
      • Karachay-Balkar: сары (sarı)
      • Kumyk: сари (sari)
      • Karaim: [script needed] (sarı)
    • North Kipchak:
    • South Kipchak:
  • Siberian:

See alsoEdit

Colors in Proto-Turkic · *bodoglar, *bodogsāyïn (layout · text)
     *āk, *ürüŋ      *boŕ, *sūr      *kara
             *kïŕïl; *āl              *koŋur, *yạgïŕ              *siarïg, *yẹgren
                          *yāĺïl             
                          *kȫk             
                          *(y)ip-             

Further readingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Tekin, Talât. “Once More Zetacism and Sigmatism.” Central Asiatic Journal, vol. 23, no. 1/2, Harrassowitz Verlag, 1979, page 129. [1]