DolganEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *til. Cognate with Yakut тыл (tıl).

NounEdit

тыл (tyl)

  1. tongue
  2. speech
  3. language
    һака тылаhaka tylaDolgan language

KazakhEdit

Cyrillic тыл (tyl)
Arabic تىل
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian тыл (tyl), from Old East Slavic тꙑлъ (tylŭ), from Proto-Slavic *tylъ (back of the head, back).

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NounEdit

тыл (tyl)

  1. (military) home front

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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old East Slavic тꙑлъ (tylŭ), from Proto-Slavic *tylъ (back of the head, back).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [tɨɫ]
  • (file)

NounEdit

тыл (tylm inan (genitive ты́ла, nominative plural тылы́, genitive plural тыло́в, related adjective тылово́й)

  1. back, rear
    с ты́лаs týlaat the rear/from the rear/in the rear
    подходи́ть/подойти́ с ты́ла/ты́луpodxodítʹ/podojtí s týla/týluto approach from the back
  2. (military) rear (the part of an army or fleet which comes last)
    Тыл Вооружëнных Сил Росси́йской Федера́цииTyl Vooružënnyx Sil Rossíjskoj FederáciiRear of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
  3. (military) home front
    наро́дная борьба́ в тылу́naródnaja borʹbá v tylúpopular struggle on the home front
    служи́ть/послужи́ть в тылу́služítʹ/poslužítʹ v tylúto serve on the home front

Usage notesEdit

A partitive case appears in the expression с ты́лу (s týlu, from the back) (also с ты́ла (s týla), with the expected genitive case).

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UdmurtEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Uralic *tule.

NounEdit

тыл (tyl)

  1. fire

YakutEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Turkic *til (tongue). Cognate with Turkish dil, Kyrgyz тил (til).

NounEdit

тыл (tıl)

  1. (anatomy) tongue
  2. (linguistics) language, word
    Synonyms: өс (ös), хоһоон (xohoon) (both less common)

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