takmak

TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic tak-, from Proto-Turkic *dAk- (to bind to, add to), possibly from Proto-Altaic *tàk`u (to attach, touch, reach). Cognate with Mongolian [script?] (duqu-, to almost reach; to barely pass through), from Proto-Mongolic *duku-), Middle Korean 닿다 (tàh-, to touch), 다히다 (tàhi-, to touch, to arrive) (Modern 대다 (daeda)), from Proto-Korean *tàh-, Old Japanese つく (付く, 着く, tuk-, to attach to, to stick to; to arrive, to reach), from Proto-Japonic *tùk-. Related to değmek.

VerbEdit

takmak

  1. to grasp
  2. to put on

ReferencesEdit

Last modified on 25 February 2014, at 09:50