By Peter B. Golden
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Altun "go! )43 This list can be extended. The immediate provenance of these words and the chronology of their entry into Altaic are uncertain. There are a number of others, however, also of sorne antiquity, that can be clearly attributed to Indic, Iranian or Tokharian. Németh, for example, cites Turk. m(1)urC, bure, buruc "pepper" < Old Ind. mariCa, Turk. srra "beer" < Old Ind. surâ "ein geistiges Getrânk," Turk, tana "young cow" < Old Ind. 45 In short, it seems most unlikely that IE or even Indo-Iranian elements entered Turkic before the breakup of lE and then Indo-Iranian unity ca.
In the Sarikol region of Sinkiang, CPR) which include the Sugnan-Rusan grouping, Yazgulâm, 1Ska5im, Waxi. lranian languages have been in constant contact with Turkic in virtually ali of the Turkic habitats. In the Middle East, Persian served as a language of government for the Seljuks and bad a prominent role in Ottoman literary culture. 50 Armenian (spoken by over 4 million people in the USSR, with smaller communities in Iran, Turkey and Lebanon) bas historically been deeply influenced by neighboring Iranian and since the 11th century by Turkic.
I. iiS [Nogay] ü. its [Halyc dialect of Qaraim] 3. qoSa. per- [Baraba Tatar] b. berl. yol a. kel1. toquz [Ôzbek-Q1pcaq] 2. toguz [Trakay dialect of Qaraim] 3. doquz [Crimean Tatar (Southern dialect)] b. gel- [Qumuq] XI. tagh [Salar] XII. dagh 1. qal- [Ôzbek-Xwârazmian Oguz] 2. gal- [Türkmen] 3. gal- [Azeri] 4. qala. ev [Turkish] b. yev [Gagauz]26 THE MONGOUC lANGUAGES Our survey here need not be as detailed as that for Turkic. A few words regarding the history of Mongol are, however, are in arder.
An Introduction to the History of the Turkic Peoples: Ethnogenesis and State-Formation in Medieval and Early Modern Eurasia and the Middle East by Peter B. Golden