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һөйәк

BashkirEdit

Һөйәк

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic sӧŋük "bone", from Proto-Turkic *siŋök (bone).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [hʏ̞.ˈjæk]
  • Hyphenation: һө‧йәк

NounEdit

һөйәк (höyäk)

  1. bone
    Муйнаҡ, ауыҙына һөйәк ҡабып, күперҙән үтеп бара ине.
    Muynaq, awïðïna höyäk qabïp, küperðän ütep bara ine.
    Muynaq (the dog's name) was passing a bridge with a bone in its mouth.
  2. (figuratively) a person's remains
    Шунда ята батырҙың һөйәге.
    Šunda yata batïrðïñ höyäge.
    The hero's remains lie there.
  3. (botany) stone, (US) kernel; the central part of some fruit

DeclensionEdit