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AdygheEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Kypchak Turkic source. Compare with Karachay-Balkar орам(street), from Old Turkic oram(street).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

урам ‎(wrām)

  1. street

BashkirEdit

 
Урам

EtymologyEdit

From *oram "street", from Proto-Turkic *or-(middle; place).

Cognate with Old Turkic [script needed](oram, street), Karachay-Balkar орам(street), Kazakh (dial.) орам(oram, city block, street), Kyrgyz (Southern) ороом(oroom, household plot), Southern Altai ороом(oroom, street), Khakas, Shor орам(oram, street).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [uˈrɑm]
  • Hyphenation: у‧рам

NounEdit

урам ‎(uram)

  1. street
    Үрге урам.
    Ürge uram.
    The upper (hillside) street (in a village).
    Ике тәҙрәһе урамға ҡараған ҙур бүлмә.
    Ike täðrähe uramğa qarağan ður bülmä.
    A large room with two windows overlooking the street.

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ChechenEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a Kypchak Turkic source. Compare with Karachay-Balkar орам(street), from Old Turkic oram(street).

NounEdit

урам ‎(uram)

  1. street

TatarEdit

NounEdit

урам ‎(uram) ‎(Latin spelling uram)

  1. street