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BashkirEdit

Кейем

EtymologyEdit

From Old Turkic keδim ‎(clothes), from Proto-Turkic verb stem *keδ- ‎(to dress, to wear). Earliest attested in Qarakhanid Turkic.

Cognate with Kazakh киім ‎(kïim), Kyrgyz, Southern Altai, кийим ‎(kiyim), Tatar кием ‎(kiyem), Uzbek kiyim ‎(clothing) etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [kɪ̞ˈjɪ̞m]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: ке‧йем

NounEdit

кейем ‎(keyem)

  1. clothes, clothing, garments
    Көндәлек кейем.
    Köndälek keyem.
    Everyday clothes.
    Йәйге селләлә ҡатын-ҡыҙ өсөн иң уңайлы кейем — йоҡа туҡыманан тегелгән күлдәк.
    Yäyge sellälä qatïn-qïð ösön iñ uñaylï keyem — yoqa tuqïmanan tegelgän küldäk.
    In the summer heat, the most convenient clothing for a female is a dress sewn from a thin fabric.
  2. costume, attire
    Милли кейем.
    Milli keyem.
    Ethnic costume.
    Сәхнә кейеме.
    Säxnä keyeme.
    Stage costume.

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