Kazakh edit

Alternative scripts
Arabic ٴتۇس
Cyrillic түс
Latin tüs
Yañalif tys

Etymology 1 edit

From earlier *tüš, from Proto-Turkic *tǖĺ (dream). Cognate with Turkish düş (dream), etc.

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

түс (tüs)

  1. dream

Etymology 2 edit

From Proto-Turkic *tüĺ (noon).

Cognate with Bashkir төш (töş), Kyrgyz түш (tüş), Uzbek tush, Tuvan дүш (düş, noon), etc.

Noun edit

түс (tüs)

  1. noon, midday

Etymology 3 edit

Cognate with Bashkir төҫ (töś, colour), Kyrgyz түс (tüs, colour), Crimean Tatar tüs (dye, colour), Uzbek tus (colour), Uyghur تۈس (tüs, colour), Chuvash тӗс (tĕs, colour), etc.

Noun edit

түс (tüs)

  1. colour
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Etymology 4 edit

Noun edit

түс (tüs)

  1. a cross-breeding of a male dromedary and a female Bactrian camel

Etymology 5 edit

Noun edit

түс (tüs)

  1. hillside
Declension edit

Kyrgyz edit

Etymology edit

Cognate to Bashkir төҫ (töś), Nogai туьс (tüs), Tatar төс (tös), Uzbek tus, Kazakh түс (tüs), Uyghur تۈس (tüs) and Crimean Tatar tüs (dye, color).

Noun edit

түс (tüs) (Arabic spelling تۉس)

  1. color
    түрдүү түстөгү кездеме.
    türdüü tüstögü kezdeme.
    fabrics of different colors.

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Yakut edit

Etymology edit

From Proto-Turkic *tüĺ- (to fall, move down). Compare Kyrgyz түшүү (tüşüü, to drop), Turkish düşmek (to fall).

Verb edit

түс (tüs)

  1. (intransitive) to fall
    сүөм түсsüöm tüsto lose heart (literally, to fall an inch)
  2. (auxiliary, after the -а, -ан, or -ыы form of a verb) to do something for a little while, and/or incompletely
    Antonym: хаал (qaal)
    аһыы түсahıı tüsto eat a little bit, to have a snack

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