аҙаш

BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

Earliest attested in Chagatai adaš "namesake". This term could have derived from at "name" + -daš "name" + "reciprocity suffix".

Note, however, Old Uyghur adaš[1], aδaš[2], from Proto-Turkic *ădaĺ (friend, companion). It is debatable if the former could have developed from the latter or emerged independently; the first version seems more plausible, though.

Compare to Uzbek adash (namesake), Uyghur ئاداش(adash, friend; namesake).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɑˈðɑʂ]
  • Hyphenation: а‧ҙаш

NounEdit

аҙаш (aðaš)

  1. namesake, a person with the same name as somebody else
    Күрше ағай менән беҙ аҙашбыҙ, шуға мине урамда бәләкәй Ғәли тип йөрөтәләр.
    Kürše ağay menän beð aðašbïð, šuğa mine uramda bäläkäy Ğäli tip yörötälär.
    We are namesakes with the elder neighbor, so they call me "the small Ğäli" in the street.

DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

аҙаш (aðaš)

  1. with the same name
    Ҡаҙағстанда ла аҙаш ауыл бар икән.
    Qaðağstanda la aðaš awïl bar ikän.
    As it happens, there is a village of the same name in Kazakhstan as well.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Nadeljajev, V. M.; Nasilov, D. M.; Tenišev, E. R.; Ščerbak, A. M., editors, Drevnetjurkskij slovarʹ [Dictionary of Old Turkic] (in Russian), Leningrad: USSR Academy of Sciences, Nauka, 1969, page 9
  2. ^ Nadeljajev, V. M.; Nasilov, D. M.; Tenišev, E. R.; Ščerbak, A. M., editors, Drevnetjurkskij slovarʹ [Dictionary of Old Turkic] (in Russian), Leningrad: USSR Academy of Sciences, Nauka, 1969, page 14