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AlbanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From çuk, an onomatopoeia.

NounEdit

çok m (indefinite plural çoka, definite singular çoku, definite plural çokat)

  1. little hammer (for cleaving stone)
  2. doorknocker
  3. clapper (bells)
  4. protuberance, tip (of bone jointures)
  5. beak
  6. (small, round) pebble (of the size of a nut, generally used in children's games)
  7. beak
  8. (white) cue ball (pool)
  9. blunt side of a blade
  10. nonsense, hogwash

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Northern KurdishEdit

EtymologyEdit

A Turkic borrowing. Compare Turkish çökmek (to kneel) and Azerbaijani çökmək (to kneel).

NounEdit

Central Kurdish چۆک(çok)

çok m

  1. knee
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TurkishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic çōk(çōk), from Proto-Turkic *čok.

PronunciationEdit

DeterminerEdit

çok (comparative daha çok, superlative çok az)

  1. much, many, plenty, a lot

AdverbEdit

çok

  1. very

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