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Cyrillic күйеу (küyew)
Arabic كۇيەۋ
 
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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *küdägü (young husband; son-in-law).

Cognate with Old Turkic [script needed] (küdägü), Old Uyghur [script needed] (küdägü, son-in-law); Tatar кияү (kiyaü), Bashkir кейәү (keyäw), Kyrgyz күйөө (küyöö), Southern Altai кӱйӱ (küyü), Uzbek kuyov, Turkmen giýew, Ottoman Turkish گویگو(güveğü, güvey), گویگی(güveği, güvey), Khakas кізӧ (kízӧ), Yakut күтүөт (kütüöt, bridegroom; husband of one's younger female relative).

NounEdit

күйеу (küyew)

  1. bridegroom
  2. husband (in the early years of marriage)
  3. the husband of one's younger female blood relative; son-in-law, younger brother-in-law, younger cousin-in-law, etc.

DeclensionEdit