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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert6 View Post
    Maybe the name "Szekelys(Sekey)" have some conection to the name "Sakae"
    This is true. We Kazakhs have also a tribe called Säk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Now as comparison Turkish

    Turkish English
    beyaz (loanword) white
    karra(Arabic loan) black/dark
    mavi (arabic loanword) blue
    kirmizi (arabic loanword) red
    sari yellow
    Turkish English
    ak (native Turkic) white
    kara (native Turkic) black/dark
    gök (native Turkic) blue
    al (native Turkic) red
    sari (native Turkic; but shares
    similarities to East Iranian)
    yellow

    See for example kara (>black<) which is not of Arabic origin.
    Proto-Turkic: kara >black<

    Descendants


    • West Oghuz:
      • Azeri: qara
      • Gagauz: kara
      • Turkish: kara

    • East Oghuz
      • Turkmen: gara

    • West Kipchak
      • Crimean Tatar: qara
      • Karachay-Balkar: къара (qara)
      • Kumyk: къара (qara)

    • North Kipchak:
      • Bashkir: кара (qara)
      • Tatar: кара (qara)

    • South Kipchak
      • Khazak: қара (qara)
      • Kyrgyz: кара (kara)
      • Nogai: кара (qara)

    • Karluk:
      • West:
        • Uzbek: qora

      • East:
        • Old Turkic: kara
        • Uyghur: قارا (qara)

    • Siberian:
      • North Siberian
        • Dolgan: кара
        • Yakut: xара (xara)

      • South Siberian
        • Yenisei Turkic
          • Shor: қара (qara)

        • Altai:

    • Southern Altai: кара (qara)
      • Oghur:
        • Chuvash: хура (hura)


    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    It might be a hybridization of Iranic and Turkic ( as we know many Words in Turkic are hybridizations of Iranic and Altaic words). Maybe Kur is Iranic for hil/mountain while Gan Altaic for Grave?

    Or gan/an might come from typical ending for Iranic terms.
    Kur can have different meaning in Turkic, it can mean hill, mountain, fortress and it can mean protection. -gan is just a suffix (with a soft -ĝ-). I don't think it can be applied to Iranism.

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