BashkirEdit

EtymologyEdit

From *tïš (outside, exterior), which appears to be an archetype parallel to *taš (outside, exterior), which derives from Proto-Turkic *daĺ (outer side).

There is no consensus to date as to how *tïš relates to *daĺ — is the former a development of the latter or an ancient parallel archetype.

Cognate with Kazakh тыс (tıs, outside, exterior part; outdoors; outside, beyond), Kumyk тыш (tış, exterior), Karachay-Balkar тыш (exterior part; cover, case), Kyrgyz тыш (tış, exterior; outdoors), Southern Altai тыш (tïš, exterior), Turkish dış (outside exterior part),

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /tɯ̞ʂ/
  • Hyphenation: тыш (one syllable)

PostpositionEdit

тыш (tïš) (takes ablative case)

  1. out of, outside, beyond, extra-

Derived termsEdit

NounEdit

тыш (tïš)

  1. outer side, exterior
    Antonym: эс (es)
    1. cover, jacket, case
    Мендәр тышы.
    Mendär tïšï.
    Pillow case.
    Исем-фамилияғыҙҙы дәфтәрҙең тышына баҫма хәрефтәр менән яҙып ҡуйығыҙ.
    Isem-familiyağïððï däftärðeñ tïšïna baθma xäreftär menän yaðïp quyïğïð.
    Write your given and family name on the cover of the work book in block letters.
    Хаттың тышында адресын күреү менән атайымдың ҡулын таныным.
    Xattïñ tïšïnda adresïn kürew menän atayïmdïñ qulïn tanïnïm.
    As soon as I saw the address on the envelope of the letter, I recognized my father's handwriting.
  2. outdoors