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gray, grey

серый
grau
gris

43 entries found.

Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Altay боро boro
Azerbaijani boz boz
Baraba Tatar пос, бос pos, bos
Bashkir һоро horo
Chuvash сӑрӑ, кӑвак sără, kăvak
Crimean Karaim чал čal
Crimean Tatar boz boz
Dukhan pora pora
Fu-yü Gïrgïs bos bos
Ili Salar boz, çaʁɪr boz, śaɣĭr
Kalmak бос bos
Karachay-Balkar кюл бетли, кёк, боз kül betli, kök, boz
Karakalpak сур sur
Kazakh сұр sur
Khakas пора pora
Krymchak čal čal
Kumandy-Kizhi пос pos
Kumyk кюлтюс, кюлсипат, чал kültüs, külsipat, čal
Kuu-Kizhi боро, бур, пооро boro, bur, pooro
Kyrgyz боз boz
Mishär Tatar büz büz
Mrass Shor қыр qïr
Nogay куьлтуьс, шал kültüs, šal
Orkhon Turkic 𐰉𐰆𐰔 boz
Ös пора pora
Qashqa’i dämiri dämiri
Sakha бороҥ boroŋ
Salar a̱hou aḻi* āxou aði
Siberian Tatar ҡоба qoba
Soyot қуу, бора quu, bora
Tashkent Uzbek kulren ku̇lren
Tatar соры sorï
Teleut пос pos
Tòfa бора bora
Tuba-Kizhi бос bos
Turkish boz, gri boz, gri
Turkmen çal, mele čal, mele
Tuvan куу kuu
Urum (Azovian) гӧк, кӧк, кир, сӱр, чал gök, kök, kir, sür, čal
Uyghur كۈل رەڭ kül räŋ
Uzbek kul rang, boʼz ku̇l räŋ, bȯz
Western Yugur kʰultïk kʰultïk
Xyzyl поора pōra

Common Turkic has forms derived from *boz, while Siberian Turkic has forms derived from *bora. Likely related to Mongolian бор/ᠪᠣᠷᠤ. Possible Trans-Eurasian Wonderwort, c.f. Proto-Kartvelian *per- "gray", "ashen"; Uralic *pelme- "dust", "ashes"; Dravidian *puḷ- "grey"; Eskimo-Aleut *palqǝ hot, dry, ashes, Proto-Indo-European *pel- "powder", "dust".



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