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Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Altay бок bok
Azerbaijani nəcis, pox näǰis, pox
Baraba Tatar боқ boq, neǰaset
Bashkir тиҙәк tiðäk
Chuvash пӑх, тислӗк păx, tislĕk
Crimean Karaim бокъ boq
Crimean Tatar boq, necaset boq, neǰaset
Dolgan hāk hāk
Dukhan mïỹak mïỹak
Halych Karaim бок bok
Jungar Tuvan mıyak mïyak
Karachay-Balkar тазгек, кир tazgek, kir
Karakhanid arq, bōq, bütgü arq, bōq, bütgü
Kazakh боқ, қи boq, qïy
Khakas арых, ӧтек, пох arïx, ötex, pox
Kumandy-Kizhi бок, пок bok, pok
Kumyk чычыкъ, ярав čïčïq, yarav
Kuu-Kizhi пок pok
Kyrgyz бок, заң, тезек bok, zaŋ, tezek
Mogholi pǫq pǫq
Sakha саах saax
Siberian Tatar пуқ puq
Sonqori pux pux
Soyot мыняқ mïńaq
Tatar тизәк, бук tizäk, buk
Turkish pislik, bok, dışkı pislik, bok, dïškï
Turkmen bok bok
Uyghur پوق, گەندە poq, gändä,
Uzbek tezak, poʼq tezak, poq
Western Yugur aʰrq aʰrq

feces

кал, фекалии, экскремент, испражнение Fäkalien, Kot fèces, excrément گه, براز ялгадас

Doerfer list no. 84


Often vulgar; more appropriate translations may be shit or poop. I have purposely avoided terms referring specifically to dung, as these are often different from human excrement.


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