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BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *adak (leg); however, not a regular Kypchak development thereof (which is аяҡ (ayaq)), but apparently a (now extinct) collateral branch with a peculiar semantic shift.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɑˈðɑq]
  • Hyphenation: а‧ҙаҡ

NounEdit

аҙаҡ (aðaq)

  1. end (in time or space)
    Йыл аҙағы.
    Yïl aðağï.
    The end of the year.
    Дәрес аҙағында уҡытыусы әүҙем ҡатнашҡан балаларға рәхмәтен белдерҙе.
    Däres aðağïnda uqïtïwsï äwðem qatnašqan balalarğa räxmäten belderðe.
    At the end of the lesson, the teacher expressed his gratitude to the children who have participated actively.

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AdverbEdit

аҙаҡ (aðaq)

  1. then, afterwards, later

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