икенсе

BashkirEdit

Bashkir ordinal numbers
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    Cardinal : ике (ike)
    Ordinal : икенсе (ikense)

EtymologyEdit

From *ekinči (second), from Proto-Turkic *ẹk(k)i (two).

Cognate with Tatar икенче (ikençe), Kazakh екінші (ekinşi), Kyrgyz экинчи (ekinçi), Southern Altai экинчи (ekinči, second), Uzbek ikkinchi, Turkmen ikinji, Turkish ikinci, Azerbaijani ikinci (second).

Ordinal numberEdit

икенсе (ikense)

  1. second
    Бер йәшниктә – 16, икенсеһендә 14 кг кәнфит бар. Өсөнсө йәшниктә беренсе һәм икенсе йәшниктә күпме булһа, шунса кәнфит. (From an elementary math textbook)
    Ber yäšniktä – 16, ikensehendä 14 kg känfit bar. Ösönsö yäšniktä berense häm ikense yäšniktä küpme bulha, šunsa känfit.
    There are 16 kg of candies in one box (and) 14 kg in the second. In the third box, there are as many candies as there are in the first and in the second box.
    Әгәр беренсе килешеүҙең етешһеҙлектәре булмаһа, икенсеһен төҙөүгә ихтыяж тыумаҫ ине. (Hebrews 8:7)
    Ägär berense kilešewðeñ yetešheðlektäre bulmaha, ikensehen töðöwgä ixtïyaž tïwmaθ ine.
    If there were no disadvantages of the first covenant, the need would not have arisen for making the second one.

AdjectiveEdit

икенсе (ikense)

  1. different, other
  2. (temporal) next, coming, nearest following

SynonymsEdit