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Bashqort clans (Bashkirs) 

here is no universally accepted etymology of the word "Bashqort". Several suggested theories are: Ethnologist R. G. Kuzeev defines the ethnonym as "bash" — "main, head" and "qort" — " clan, tribe". According to the theory of 18th c. ethnographers, V. N. Tatishchev, P. I. Richkov, and Johann Gottlieb Georgi, the word "Bashqort" means "wolf-leader of the pack" (bash — "main",qort — "wolf"). In 1847, historian V. S. Yumatov suggested the meaning as "beekeeper, beemaster". Another Russian historian and ethnologist A. E. Alektorov in 1885 suggested that "Bashqort" means "distinct nation". Famous Turkologist N. A. Baskakov believed that the word "Bashqort" consists of two parts: "badz(a)" - brother-in-law" and "(o)gur" and means "Ugrics' brother-in-law". Ethnologist N. V. Bikbulatov's theory states that the term originates from the name of legendary Khazar warlord Bashgird, who was dwelling with two thousand of his warriors in the area of the Jayıq river. According to Douglas Morton Dunlop the word "Bashqort" comes from "beshgur, bashgur" which means "five tribes, five Ugrics". Since "SH" in the modern language complies with "L" in Bulgar ethnonyms "Bashqort(bashgur)" and "Bulgar" are equivalent. Historian and linguist András Róna-Tas believes the ethonym "Bashkir", is a Bulgar Turkic reflex of the Hungarian self-denomination "Magyar" (Old Hungarian: "Majer").
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P.S. The table contains only Bashkir haplotypes with subclades Z2123 and one Indo-Aryan haplotype L657. Sub-branch L657 included in the table to show the difference with the other sub-branches subclades Z2123. The red lines indicate the present sub-branches in Bashkir subclades Z2123, prior to the first separating them SNiP. Green names are approximate subbranches. Massagetaes indicated in the table only R1a-group, there is also R1b + L150 Massagetaes, in the table, they are not specified. Blue given local names in the branches and the names of ancestors. Gray line represents the sub-branch L657 - that is not found in Bashkir people.

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