See also: ut, UT, ut-, -ut, út, ût, üt, ǖt, -uț, үт, and ют

Bashkir

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Ут (sense 1)
 
Ут (sense 5)

Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *ōt (fire).

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ot]
  • Hyphenation: ут (one syllable)

Noun

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ут (ut)

  1. fire
    Өйгә ҡайтып, усаҡҡа ут яға тор.
    Öygə qaytıp, usaqqa ut yağa tor.
    Go home and make fire in the stove.
    ...шәрә күктә ҡояш — ут йомғағы. (Mustai Karim)
    ...şərə küktə qoyaş — ut yomğağı.
    ...in the naked sky, (there is) the sun, a ball of fire.
  2. bonfire, campfire
  3. light
    Шәм уты.
    Şəm utı.
    Candle light
  4. electricity
    Өйгә ут үткәреү.
    Öygə ut ütkərew.
    To install electricity in the house.
  5. weapons fire
    Дмитрий Виноградов — Мәскәүҙәге бер офиста хеҙмәттәштәренә ут асҡан 30 йәшлек юрист.
    Dmitriy Vinogradov — Məskəwźəge ber ofista xeźməttəştərenə ut asqan 30 yəşlek yurist.
    Dmitri Vinogradov is a 30 year old lawyer who opened fire on his coworkers in an office in Moscow.

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Derived terms

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Chuvash

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Etymology 1

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From Proto-Turkic *at (horse). Cognate with Turkish at, Azerbaijani at, Turkmen at, Bashkir ат (at), Tatar ат (at), Kazakh ат (at), Kyrgyz ат (at), Yakut ат (at).

Noun

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ут (ut) (plural утсем) 

  1. horse
    Synonym: лаша (laš̬a)

Etymology 2

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From Proto-Turkic *āt- (to walk). Cognate with Turkish adım (step), Tatar адым (adım, step), Kazakh адым (adym, step).

Verb

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ут (ut)

  1. to walk

Kalmyk

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Etymology

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From Proto-Mongolic *urtu. Cognate with Mongolian урт (urt) and Buryat ута (uta)

Pronunciation

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Adjective

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ут (ut) (Clear script spelling ᡇᡐᡇ (utu))

  1. long
    Ут наслтха!Ut nasltxa!Live a long life!
    • 2018, Хабунова Е.Э., editor, Хуучн үгд худл уга: кеерин хураңһу материал, Элиста: ЗАОр «НПП «Джангар», page 116:
      Тиим нер зүүсн күн ут наста, бат кишгтә үрн болҗана терчн.
      Tiim ner züüsn kün ut nasta, bat kişgtä ürn boljana terçn.
      The man who bears such a name is a long-living, happy offspring.

Derived terms

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Noun

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ут (ut) (Clear script spelling ᡇᡐᡇ (utu))

  1. length

References

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  • A. Pozdneev (1911) “ут”, in Калмыцко-русскій словарь [Kalmyk-Russian dictionary], Saint-Petersburg: Типографія императорской академіи наук, page 54
  • Этимологический словарь монгольских языков [Etymological Dictionary of Mongolian Languages] (in Russian), Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2015

Etymology

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From Proto-Yeniseian *jūta.

Noun

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ут (utf (plural утн)

  1. mouse

Macedonian

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ut]
  • Audio:(file)
  • Rhymes: -ut

Noun

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ут (utm

  1. owl
    Synonyms: утка (utka), був (buv)

Declension

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Nivkh

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Pronunciation

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Noun

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ут (ut)

  1. body; human body

Tatar

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Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic *ōt (fire).

Noun

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ут (ut)

  1. fire