борон

BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *burun (before, earlier than). Identical to Proto-Turkic *burun (nose) (See морон (moron, animal's nose)).

Cognate with Old Uyghur [script needed] (burun, before), Khakas пурун (purun, before, earlier than).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [bʊ̞ˈrʊ̞n]
  • Hyphenation: бо‧рон

AdverbEdit

борон (boron)

  1. formerly; in old times, in former times, in the days of old
    Борон Урал арты башҡорттары илендә бик көслө батыр йәшәгән.
    Boron Ural artï bašqorttarï ilendä bik köslö batïr yäšägän.
    Formerly, a very strong man used to live in the lands of Trans-Uralian Bashkirs.

ConjunctionEdit

борон (boron) (takes nouns or verbs in action name form in ablative case, or verbs in negative participle (-maθ/-mäθ) form)

  1. before
    Ҡалаға барып етмәҫ борон машинабыҙ ватылды.
    Qalağa barïp yetmäθ boron mašinabïð vatïldï.
    Our car broke down before we reached the town.

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RussianEdit

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NounEdit

боро́н (borónf inan pl

  1. genitive plural of борона́ (boroná)

TajikEdit

PronunciationEdit

Dari Persian باران
Iranian Persian
Tajik борон (boron)

NounEdit

борон (boron)

  1. rain