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AdygheEdit

EtymologyEdit

From ары /aːrə/ "indeed" + suffix ба /baː/.

PronunciationEdit

InterjectionEdit

арба (ārbā)

  1. isn't that right
    кӏалэр мэкӏошъут арба? — The boy can go, right?
    кӏалэм укӏонэу къуиӏуагъ арба? — The boy told you to go, right?
    арба кӏалэм иӏуагъэ?That is what the boy said, right?

BashkirEdit

 
Арба (1)
 
Арба (3)

EtymologyEdit

See araba.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɑrˈβɑ]
  • Hyphenation: ар‧ба

NounEdit

арба (arba)

  1. cart; a small open wheeled vehicle drawn or pushed by an animal or person
    Ҡул арбаһы.
    Qul arbahï.
    Hand cart.
    Көҙөн Сания бар донъяһын арбаға тейәп, күрше ауылға күсеп китте.
    Köðön Saniya bar donʺyahïn arbağa teyäp, kürše awïlğa küsep kitte.
    In the autumn, Saniya loaded all her belongings on a cart and moved to the nearby village.
  2. cartload
  3. shopping cart, trolley
  4. (slang) car
    Арыу ғына арба эләктергәнһең икән.
    Arïw ğïna arba eläktergänheñ ikän.
    That's a cool car you got yourself there.

DeclensionEdit


RussianEdit

 
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Австралийская арба.

EtymologyEdit

From a Turkic source. Ultimately from Arabic عَرَبَة(ʿaraba, vehicle).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɐrˈba]
  • (file)

NounEdit

арба́ (arbáf inan (genitive арбы́, nominative plural а́рбы, genitive plural арб)

  1. araba (a horse- or bullock-drawn cart with two large wheels)

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