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Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Altay кирпич kirpič
Azerbaijani kərpic kärpiǰ
Bashkir кирбес kirbes
Chuvash кирпӗч kirpĕč
Crimean Karaim kerpiç kerpič
Crimean Tatar tola tola
Gagauz tuula tuula
Georgian Urum qirpich k’irpič
Halych Karaim кирпиц kirpits
Jungar Tuvan gerbiš gerbiš
Karachay-Balkar кирпич, кырпыч kirpič, kïrpïč
Karakalpak гербиш gerbiš
Karakhanid kärpič kärpič
Kazakh кірпіш kirpiš
Khakas кірпис kĭrpis
Kumyk керпич kerpič
Kyrgyz кирпич, кыш kirpič, kïš
Mogholi xįšt xįšt
Nogay кербиш kerbiš
Old Uyghur kärpič, lukčüen kärpič, lukčüen
Ös кирпиш kirpiš
Sakha кирпииччэ kirpiičče
Siberian Tatar кирбец kirbets
Sonqori xïšt xïšt
Tatar кирпеч kirpeč
Trakai Karaim кирпич kirpič
Turkish tuğla tūla
Turkmen kerpiç, hyşt kerpič, hïšt
Tuvan тууйбу, кирпич tuujbu, kirpič
Uyghur خىش، كېسەك xiš, kesäk
Uzbek gʼisht ɣišt
Western Yugur джоан, джуан, чаң, чоан, чуан ǰoan, ǰuan, čaŋ, čoan, čuan

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кирпич Backstein, Ziegel brique آجر тоосго, туйпуу

Doerfer list no. 425


CT *kirpič, kerpič. Wilkens (2021) suggests this is a loan from Sogdian krpyc. The Chuvash form is a later borrowing, likely from Tatar.

Turkish tuğla and related forms are from Greek τούγλα from Latin tēgula "tile".


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