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BashkirEdit

Сәй (sense 1)
Сәй (sense 2)

EtymologyEdit

From Persian چای ‎(čây), Sanskrit चाय ‎(cāya), from Sinitic .

Cognate with Southern Altai, Kyrgyz, Karakalpak чай ‎(čay), Kazakh шай ‎(şay), шәй ‎(şäy), Karachay-Balkar шай ‎(šay) Tatar чәй ‎(çäy), Uzbek choy, Uyghur چاي ‎(chay), Azeri, Crimean Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen çay, etc.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [sæj]
  • Hyphenation: сәй

NounEdit

сәй ‎(säy)

  1. tea (drink)
    Күк сәй.‎ ― Kük säy. ― Green tea.
    Ҡаты сәй.‎ ― Qatï säy. ― Strong tea.
    Байрам булды ниһә, ауылда ҡатын-ҡыҙҙар сәйгә йөрөшөр ине.
    Bayram buldï nihä, awïlda qatïn-qïððar säygä yöröšör ine.
    On holidays, women in villages would visit each other for tea.
  2. tea (dried leaves of tea plant)
    Таҡта сәй.‎ ― Taqta säy.Tea brick, compressed tea.

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