I give up on you explaining to me why someone should borrow a foreign suffix as a verb for an already articulated basic concept.
There is no borrowing. The words existed in the Turkic form and were transformated into corrupted forms. Turkic sentences were divided into meaningless parts creating unrelated or roughly related words.
Turkic is agglutinative as in "result of natural human progression"
For example we have a Turkic root here called "ek". We can create thousands of different words and sentences by adding suffixes with special meanings to this word.
ek: addition, suffix, supplement, adjunct, insertion
ekle: make it join, glue together, add the suffix
eklet: order someone do the action of "ekle"
ekletin: this sentence is said by someone ordering other people to create new words by combining roots with suffixes.
et: do, make, render
(of course there are other possible meanings of this sentence depending on how you see the root. for example ekleti would mean a new thing created out of smaller parts to fit into another concept)
Here we have the word agglutinate explaining what it is in Turkic in a broken way.
For example in this word, "ekle" meaning glue,join together in Turkish can be seen in the form "glue" in IE languages.
This is not a coincidence because it usually happens.
It might have been a coincidence if it was only a word called "egg". But it consists of so many suffixes that explains what it is.
I also know about Turkic words that are extremely related with the root "ek". Like "iki, eki" meaning "two".
What I see is real. It's astonishing and it seems like an old fantastic icon adventure game. Weird. It's like fantasy meets reality. Frightening.
After all these things I've discovered, I'm left with choices within the context of things that are related.
1-) Bible is right, God got angry and jealous and confused the only spoken language on Earth from which all of language were created. People stopped understanding each other and started making wars because of this and God became happy once again.
2-) Quran is right and some people who had power and wanted more corrupted the old holy books and the part about Babylon was added by those people.
3-) Turkic is the ancestor of Proto-Indo-European
Simply because of political and religious issues, Eurocentric researchers whose ancestors had a deep hatred for Turks for being as*holes announce agglutinative languages in Europe and Anatolia as isolated. They were Turks themselves. You guys are descendents of my ancestors and I'm only talking about 2000, 3000, 6000, 10000 years. Not 100000 years.