In Kazakh it sounds something like kerlen, farfor.Silly me, we also say çini in Turkish of Turkey just like Azeris. (I cannot read Cyrilic, so I don't if it's something like çini in Kazakh too.)
I bet both Kazakh and Azeri borrowed farfor from Russian and Azeri loanword çini is a Turkish borrowing, what it means "Chinese" in Old Turkish.In Kazakh it sounds something like kerlen, farfor.
Azeri and Turkish are very very similar. In fact, I get away with Turkish when I have to deal with Azeris