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ҡатын

BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic qatun (noble woman, wife of a nobleman), from Sogdian xwat'un "wife of a nobleman".

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [qɑˈtɯ̞n]
  • Hyphenation: ҡа‧тын

NounEdit

ҡатын (qatïn)

  1. woman
    Сабан ат, яман ҡатын, ҡыйыш мылтыҡ — шул өсәү ир-егетте ҡартайталыр.
    Saban at, yaman qatïn, qïyïš mïltïq — šul ösäw ir-yegette qartaytalïr.
    A lazy horse, an evil wife, (and) a crooked rifle — these three things make a man grow old.
    (Aqmulla)
  2. wife

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