By Gerard Clauson
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23. Verse Preface of KB, para. 23. ABBREVIATIONS, S H O R T TITLES, ETC. Ka$. Krm. Kar. L. Kar. T. Karg. Ka3. Kav. Kaz. Khak. KIP. Klr. Kiz. Kk. Koib. Korn. Kow. Krm. Kuan. Kurn. Kumtl. Kiier. Kzx. Kaqa, N E dialect, para. 57. Karaim, N W language, Crimean dialect, para. 6 1 . ditto, Lutsk dialect, para. 61. ditto, Troki dialect, para. 6 1 . Karagas, N E dialect, para. 57. Kfi~Rari,para. 23. , para. 53. (Kazan) Tatar, N W language, para. 61. Khakas, N E language, para. 57. KlpZak, N W language, para.
I 40. 1: MS. Xak. F 3 I: Hap. ; like many names of fabrics prob. , perhaps Chinese; apparently vocalized a y ; if I: or 1: perhaps some Chinese word like i 'variegated, rainbowcoloured (clothing)' (Giles 5,434). Xak. X I I: 'orange-coloured brocade' '(dihic nciranciy~r'[-[own) Kay. 1 4 0 . P U 1 0: Hap. l e ~ . the ; word, no doubt hamza w6w was inadvertently omitted in the RIS. and replaced in the margin by o:ka: presumably taken from the example; it is not cleat whether this word is an abbreviation of og, which appears as below and elsewhere in the medieval period, or whether the latter is an expanded form,prob.
Prof. Paul Pelliot, para. 2 1 (3) (c). re fix, 'pronunciation uncertain', para. 1 8 (4). A. A. Pal'rnbakh, para. 57. paragraph, paragraphs. Participle. Passive form of verb. Persian. ). L. K. Pekarsky, para. 57. Perfect tense. para. 2 1 (3) (c). phrase. Present tense. /A. connoting non-possession of something. probably. proverb quoted. v. )'. para. 4 1 . 0. Kir. 0. Qutb R RbE. Recip. Red. , refces. Refl. Rep. Turkish Rif. ) SKPAW ( I ) Code letter, para. 15 ;(2) W. W. Radloff's V m s t ~ h etc.
An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-13th Century Turkish by Gerard Clauson