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 The language of the Asparukh and Kuber Bulgars, Vocabulary and grammar

Old Bulgar words preserved in the modern Bulgarian language: SHT - JA

SHT.
 
Modern Bulgarian Eastern analogies   Cluster_user's ottoman parallels
SHTE – will, shall SHETE, SHAT, DZE (‘will, shall’) [DIE, 257-260] Dardic  
SHTERICA – a barren sheep STERAJ (‘barren sheep’) [ARS, MGA, etc.] Pashto  
SHTERNA – a spout, a tap
Compare to the Kurd SHTORN (the same) [KRS, 460]
  Better to compare it to ModGk "sterna", meaning the same, which comes from MiddleGk kisterna < Lat. cisterna (comp.
Eng. cistern). Actually, the Latin word is a loan from Ancient Greek "kiste" (Nikos Sarantakos).
SHTIR – a type of weed, amaranth STIR (‘a type of grass’) – Pamirian Pamirian  
SHTRAKAM – to click, to snap SHTRAK (‘to click’) [ARS, MGA] Pashto  
SHTUR – stupid, crazy STOR (‘sweepings’) [AG, 357] Mundzhani  
SHTUREC – a cricket (insect) SHTUR (‘big, long-legged’) [AG, 357] Mundzhani  
 
 
JA.
 
Modern Bulgarian Eastern analogies   Cluster_user's ottoman parallels
JAN – a side leather strap of a horse bridle Compare to the Pamirian JAND (‘a side’) [GASK, 507] Wakhi  
JAKHR – a stable Identical to the Persian AKHAR [SIJa, 58] and the Pamirian AKHOR Pamirian turk. ahIr (axIr) < pers. a:xu:r
 
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