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See also: Бајрам and bayram

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BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *bAj-ra-m. At the Proto-Turkic level, is considered to have the same verbal root as in байраҡ (bayraq), бәйге (bäyge) (q.v.).

Cognate with Tatar бәйрәм (bäyräm), Kazakh мейрам (meyram), Kyrgyz майрам (mayram), Khakas пайрам (payram), Azerbaijani bayram / بایرام, Turkish bayram, etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [bɑjˈrɑm]
  • Hyphenation: бай‧рам

NounEdit

байрам (bayram)

  1. holiday
    Милли байрам.
    Milli bayram.
    Ethnic holiday.
    Байрам булды ниһә, ауылда ҡатын-ҡыҙҙар сәйгә йөрөшөр ине.
    Bayram buldï nihä, awïlda qatïn-qïððar säygä yöröšör ine.
    Should there be a holiday, the women in rural communities would visit each other for tea.
  2. festivity, celebration, feast, festivity
  3. party, reception (of guests)

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RussianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Turkish bayram. Cognates include Bashkir байрам (bayram), Tatar бәйрәм (bäyräm), Khakas пайрам (payram), Kazakh мейрам (meyram), Kyrgyz майрам (mayram), Azerbaijani bayram, etc.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

байра́м (bajrámm inan (genitive байра́ма, nominative plural байра́мы, genitive plural байра́мов)

  1. (Islam) Eid, Bayram (a Muslim religious festival), abbreviation of курбан-байра́м (kurban-bajrám, Eid al-Adha)
  2. (by extension) any Islamic festival

DeclensionEdit

SynonymsEdit

  • ид (id) (from Arabic or Tajik), эйд (ejd) (from Persian), айт (ajt) (from Kazakh)

Derived termsEdit