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See also: куз, күз, and kuz

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BashkirEdit

 
Кеше күҙе

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *göŕ (eye).

Cognate with Crimean Tatar köz, Karachay-Balkar кёз (köz), Karakalpak ko'z, Nogai коьз (köz), Kazakh, Kyrgyz көз (köz), Southern Altai, Shor кӧс (kös), Turkish, Azerbaijani, Gagauz, Turkmen göz, Uzbek koʻz, Uyghur كۆز(köz) etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /kʏð/
  • Hyphenation: күҙ (one syllable)

NounEdit

күҙ (küð)

  1. (anatomy) eye, eyes
    Ҡыҫыҡ күҙ.
    Qïθïq küð.
    Narrow eyes.
    Өфө күҙ ауырыуҙары институты.
    Öfö küð awïrïwðarï institutï.
    The institute of ocular diseases in Ufa.
  2. eyesight, ability to see
  3. evil eye
    Бәләкәс баланы яман күҙҙән һаҡлып өс йәшкәсә кешегә күрһәтмәгәндәр.
    Bäläkäs balanï yaman küððän haqlïp ös yäškäsä kešegä kürhätmägändär.
    (They) wouldn't show small children to strangers until they were three, so as to guard them from the evil eye.
  4. eye of needle


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