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BashkirEdit

Мунса [1] эсе

EtymologyEdit

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Cognate with Tatar мунча ‎(munça), Kazakh монша ‎(monşa), Kyrgyz мончо ‎(monço), Southern Altai, Shor, Khakas мылча ‎(mılča), Uyghur مونچا ‎(moncha), Uzbek mo'rcha ‎(banya).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [munˈsɑ]
  • Hyphenation: мун‧са

NounEdit

мунса ‎(munsa)

  1. banya, wet sauna; a type of steam bath popular in Russia
    Ҡара мунса.
    Qara munsa.
    A "black" banya, where the smoke escapes through a hole in the wall or ceiling, rather than through a chimney.
  2. public bath
    Мунсаға бер барғанда сабыныу бүлмәһенә кәмендә өс тапҡыр инеп сығам.
    Munsağa ber barğanda sabïnïw bülmähenä kämendä ös tapqïr inep sïğam.
    On a single visit to a public bath, I go to the steam room at least three times.

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