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BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *ēr (man).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [irĕ], [ir̥]
  • Hyphenation: ир (one syllable)

NounEdit

ир (ir)

  1. man
    Был көй ғәҙәттә ирҙәр бейегәндә уйнала.
    Bïl köy ğäðättä irðär beyegändä uynala.
    This tune is usually played when men dance.
    Күлде ҡамыш матурлай, ирҙе намыҫ матурлай.
    Külde qamïš maturlay, irðe namïθ maturlay.
    Cattail makes a lake nice, sense of dignity makes a man handsome.
  2. husband
    Ҡатын бер ҡайҙа ла эшләмәй, ире елкәһендә йәшәй.
    Qatïn ber qayða la ešlämäy, ire yelkähendä yäšäy.
    The woman does not work anywhere (and) lives off her husband.
    Эстән янып-көйөүгә ҡарамаҫтан, кисерештәренең тамсыһын да иренә күрһәтергә ашыҡманы.
    Estän yanïp-köyöwgä qaramaθtan, kisereštäreneñ tamsïhïn da irenä kürhätergä ašïqmanï.
    Although ablaze within, (she) did not hurry to show a droplet of her feelings to her husband.

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KhakasEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *ēr (man, brave, warrior, tribesman). See also Turkish er.

NounEdit

ир (ir)

  1. man
  2. husband
  3. hero, soldier, warrior
  4. nation, people
  5. tribesman

MongolianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Mongolic *hir, compare Daur xir.

NounEdit

ир (ir)

  1. blade, edge

OssetianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Iranian *wiHráh (man), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *wiHrás, from Proto-Indo-European *wiHrós. The traditional etymology from Proto-Indo-Iranian *áryas, the self-denominator of speakers of Indo-Iranian languages, is erroneous; see there for more.

NounEdit

ир (ir)

  1. Ossetians, the Ossetian nation
  2. the speakers of the Iron dialect of the Ossetic language

TatarEdit

EtymologyEdit

Related to Turkish er.

NounEdit

ир (ir)

  1. man (adult male human)
  2. husband