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ҡорот

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Ҡорот

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic qurut (dry cheese in balls), from Proto-Turkic *Kūrɨ- (dry).

Cognate with Tatar корт, Kazakh құрт (qurt), Kyrgyz курут (kurut), Uzbek qurt, Turkmen gurt (id.), etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [qʊ̞ˈ.rʊ̞t]
  • Hyphenation: ҡо‧рот

NounEdit

ҡорот (qorot)

  1. cheese made from drained sour milk and dried in round balls, typical of nomadic Turkic cuisines; qurut
    Өс баш ҡорот.
    Ös baš qorot.
    Three balls of qurut.
    Ерек төтөнөнә ыҫталған ҡорот.
    Yerek tötönönä ïθtalğan qorot.
    Qurut treated with alder smoke.

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