Both the Indo-European and Semitic languages have a combination of suffix+ending -i-a, which can be applied to form country names. It also conducts the feminine gender.
The IE and Semitic suffixes are not borrowings, but look like convergent evolution. The Semitic previously had -at feminine ending, and the -t was dropped.
As such, I wonder, whether Turcic languages have -ia suffixes and if they do, whether they are borrowed.