инсан

AvarEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Turkic language, ultimately from Arabic إنسان‎. Compare Azerbaijani insan.

NounEdit

инсан (insan)

  1. man, human

BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic إنسان(ʾinsān, human being).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ïnˈsän]
  • Hyphenation: ин‧сан

NounEdit

инсан (insan)

  1. (rare, in philosophical or religious contexts) human being
    Мәрхәмәт эйәһе Аллаһ Ҡөрьәнде өйрәтте. Инсанды Ул яралтты. Һөйләшергә өйрәтте. (The Quran, Ar-Rahman: 1-4.)
    Märxämät eyähe Allah Qör’ände öyrätte. Insandï Ul yaralttï. Höyläšergä öyrätte.
    Allah, the Most Compassionate, taught the Quran, created humanity, and taught them speech.
    (literally, “Allah, the master of mercy, taught the Quran. He created the man. (He) taught to speak.”)

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KumykEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic إنسان(ʾinsān, human being).

NounEdit

инсан (insan)

  1. human, man

DeclensionEdit

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LezgiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Turkic language, ultimately from Arabic إنسان‎. Compare Azerbaijani insan.

NounEdit

инсан (insan)

  1. man, human